Magni redesigns rotating models

Magni Telescopic Handlers is enhancing it RTH range of telehandlers with the new 8.35 and 8.46 rotating models.

The introduction of the 8.35 follows the redesign of the 6.36 model, with upgraded load charts and a boost in lifting capacity, which has been increased by 2 tonnes.

The new 8.35 and 8.46 rotating models from Magni.

For the first time, two extension modes have been introduced, M1 and M2. The modes give access to two different load charts.

The standard extension mode, M1, offers the maximum reach and higher load capacities to maximum height, while M2 restricts reach to provide increased load capacity of up to 8 tonnes (17,600 pounds). Compared to the previous 6.35 model, the 8.35 delivers 33% higher load capacities in mode M2 and 20% higher in mode M1.

The second launch, the RTH 8.46 is the result of the restyling of the first-generation 6.46 model and provides a new boom allowing lifting capacities up to 8 tonnes (17,600 pounds), which makes it the second largest in its class, says Magni, just behind the manufacturer’s range topping 6.51. The new model also adopts the M1 and M2 extension modes.

Compared to the 6.46, the 8.46 offers greater performances in terms of height, with 1m (3 feet) more maximum reach. It is able to lift 8 tonnes up to 22 m (17,600 pounds up to 72 feet), and carry 1 tonne (2,200 pounds) to a horizontal reach of 31m (101 feet).

In addition, the model can carry up to 500 kg (1,100 pounds) to the maximum reach of 33m (108 feet).

Magnie said, “Both the 8.35 and the 8.46 rewrite the rule book on load capacity limits and guarantee outstanding results in any conditions of use, thanks to the ambitious research project focused on exceeding the industry standards.”

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