Magni expands telehandler range

By Leila Steed01 November 2022

Magni's RTH10.37 telehandler on display at Bauma Magni’s RTH10.37 telehandler on display at Bauma. (Photo: KHL)

Magni has unveiled its new telehandler models available for 2023 deliveries, presenting them at the Bauma construction trade show in Munich, Germany.

The models include two new additions to the company’s TH range; the TH 4,5.15 and the TH 4,5.19, and the RTH 10.37.

Key features of the Magni RTH 10.37 telehandler include a maximum lifting height of 36.7m (120ft) and a reach of 30.5m (100ft). It is also fitted with a Stage V-compliant, 175kW engine from Volvo.

While the rotating machine offers a lifting capacity of 10.3 tonnes, both the the TH 4,5.15 and the TH 4,5.19 have maximum lifting capacities of 4.5 tonnes.

With a lifting height of 15m and 19m, respectively, the TH 4,5.15 and the TH 4,5.19 telehandlers are available in two Deutz engines versions of 55kW and 75kW.

These new TH models, designed for construction and light industry are engineered to ensure maximum performance.

The cab has a large windscreen that extends from the operator’s head to their feet, to ensure full visibility of the load both when suspended and completely lowered.

Fully pressurised and equipped with a filtration system, the cab allows the operator to work safely even in polluted or contaminated environments.

The Magni TH 4,5.15 The Magni TH 4,5.15. (IMAGE: Magni)

Moreover, the models featuring the 75kW engine are equipped with a heating and air conditioning system to ensure maximum comfort and the cab is designed against the risk of roll-over thanks to an upper grill guard. There is an adjustable steering column and seven-inch touch screen.

Every model is equipped with 4-wheel drive and steering to ensure maximum stability.

According to Magni, this allows for maximum freedom of movement and three types of steering: round steering, front steering and crab steering, along with super low design for entering low height openings.

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