Xtreme introduces trio of new telehandlers

Xtreme Manufacturing debuted two new B-Class rough terrain telehandlers, as well as a compact telehandler at World of Concrete 2019.

The XR619 telehandler

The new Xtreme XR742 has a 3,175-kg lift capacity, a maximum lift height of 12.8 metres and a forward reach of 8.2 metres. 

The new Xtreme XR944, which replaces the Xtreme XR842, has a 4,082-kg lift capacity, a maximum lift height of 13.4 metres and a maximum forward reach of 8.7 metres.

Both models utilize a common chassis design that is also used on the Xtreme XR1055 and XR1147, improving familiarity across the product range, as well as reducing spare parts inventory for fleet operators.  

The new rough terrain telehandlers feature a three-section boom with long-life boom rollers as standard, and both are electric over hydraulic, with fully automatic transmission.

They also share a common control system with the XR619, XR1055 and XR1147.

Designed for tough jobsites, the XR742 and XR944 are equipped with a Cummins 3.8L 74 hp high torque Tier 4 Final engine. An optional 120 hp engine is available on both models.  

Ideal for working on uneven terrain, both telehandlers have a ground clearance of 42 cm and frame levelling up to 11 degrees left to right, as well as a standard suspension seat, to ensure a comfortable ride. 

Common with all Xtreme telehandlers, the XR742 and XR944 have 360-degree operator visibility from the cab, intuitive controls that enable the operator to keep one hand on the steering wheel at all times and a machine-rated boom lift point for safe handling of suspended loads.  

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The telehandlers are available with a choice of three cab configurations — open, enclosed or enclosed with heat and air conditioning.  Weighing 12,245 kg and 13,018 kg respectively, the XR742 and XR944 feature steel construction, as well as steel hydraulic and fuel tanks. 

The Xtreme XR619 telehandler

Xtreme also unveiled the XR619 at World of Concrete. 

The XR619 replaces the Xtreme XR5919 compact telehandler, and becomes the smallest model in the Xtreme telehandler family. Delivering a capacity upgrade over the XR5919, the compact A-Class telehandler has a lift capacity of 2,721 kg, a maximum lift height of 5.79 metres and a forward reach of 3.35 metres.

The compact telehandler comes equipped with long-life boom rollers, for smooth, chatter-free operation and minimal maintenance, as well as intuitive operator controls and a boom lift point. The XR619 is powered by a Deutz 2.9L 74 hp Tier 4 Final engine and is equipped with high grip pneumatic 12.00 x 16.5 tires and a ground clearance of 274 mm. 

Weighing 4,672 kg, the Xtreme XR619 is built with a new cast adapter to help reduce overall weight, while enabling the increase in lift capacity to 2,721 kg. As well, a new fibreglass engine cover provides improved fit and finish and better accessibility for servicing. The XR619 also shares the same control system as the XR742, XR944, XR1055 and XR1147. 

Ideal for contractors working on confined construction jobsites or in parking lots, the XR619 has a turning radius of 3.35 metres, and compact stowed dimensions of 1.8 metres wide and 1.9 metres high.

All three telehandlers were introduced as prototypes at World of Concrete 2019. They are scheduled to begin production in the second quarter of 2019.