Ausa DR601AHG reversible dumper wins Smopyc Gold Award

Published 24/11 at 16:50

At a new edition of the Technical Innovations Awards that Smopyc organises as part of its events related to the trade fair in Zaragoza, the Gold Award in the ‘New machinery developments’ category was awarded to Ausa's DR601AHG dumper with reversible driving. The jury, made up of independent experts from the construction industry, recognised the commitment to R&D, quality, environmental engagement, sustainability and safety at work that Ausa has brought to the fore with the development of the dumper.

Specifically the jury highlighted the innovation in terms of the reversibility of the driving position, allowing driving in the direction of the hopper or in the opposite direction without having to stop the machine. They also placed value on its hydrostatic transmission, the Stage V engine and a long list of technological advances that facilitate maintenance while enhancing the safety and productivity of the machine. Ausa will exhibit the winning DR601AHG reversible dumper at the Smopyc trade fair at its stand in hall 6. The compact all-terrain vehicle manufacturer will exhibit up to a total of twelve vehicles, including the main innovations it has launched recently and that will be exhibited for the first time at a fair in Spain.



As well as the DR601AHG reversible dumper with a 6t payload, the new D1001APG will be exhibited, the brand's largest model, with a 10,000kg payload and a swing skip. The D450AHG, with a 4,500kg payload and hydrostatic transmission, the D300AHG with a 3,000kg payload, the compact D150AHA with 1,500kg payload and skip tipping at height and the D201RHGS rigid dumper with a 2,000kg payload and hydrostatic transmission will also be shown.


All-terrain forklifts and compact telescopic handlers

Ausa's new range of all-terrain forklifts has been completely redesigned recently, incorporating a long list of equipment for greater all-terrain capacity, value for money and connectivity. The new models will be exhibited for the first time at a national fair. The machines that will be exhibited are the C501H, the largest in the range with a 5,000kg payload, the C351H with a 3,500kg payload, the C251H with 2,500kg payload and the C150H, the most compact, with a 1,500kg payload. In the telehandler section, Ausa will also exhibit its latest developments with the updated T144H, the ultra-compact telehandler with a 1,350kg payload and a lift of 4m, as well as the new T235H, the largest in the range with a 2,300kg payload and a maximum lift of 5m.

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