New Holland TH Range Telehandlers and Front Loaders
The TH Range Telehandlers and Front Loaders are available in 14 different models
For over 20 years New Holland telehandlers have continued to deliver an unrivalled mix of performance, dependability and affordability.
The new TH series machines benefit from a striking new yellow and grey livery, reflecting their importance to the hay and forage sector and association with those product lines.
A wider six model range, consisting of TH6.32, TH6.36, TH7.32, TH7.37, TH7.42 and TH9.35 models from six to nine meters, is packaged within fourteen model versions, divided into S, Classic, Plus and Elite variants, to cater for the different performance needs of our customers.
The new TH models feature all new 4x3 and 6x3 PowerShift™ transmissions, providing smoother shifting and shuttling performance resulting in a better driving experience.
Compliant to Tier 4B emissions standards, enhanced performance and economy are matched to improved comfort and reduced operating costs.
The very latest cab sets a benchmark for low noise and comfort.
SUPERIOR VISIBILITY AND COMFORT
The new TH range features an advanced cab design that offers improved comfort, noise suppression and visibility for maximum productivity at any time. The new LED light option can produce up to 25,000lumen of combined lighting power to turn night into day and increase safety and productivity.
The TH telehandlers feature a twin U shaped robot welded boom, that is extremely rigid and durable. The H shaped ladder chassis has massive torsional strength and is engineered to operate in the most demanding applications. New Holland is committed to ongoing quality improvement and has invested in a new dedicated TH production line between 2012 and 2013.
EASE OF OWNERSHIP
Downtime is the enemy of productivity, that is why all TH telehandlers are engineered to minimise the need for routine maintenance for optimised dependability. Daily checks and routine care has been simplified, making it easier to look after the handler between its extended 600-hour service intervals.