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Magni HTH tele­han­dlers are built for heavy work

Earthmovers & Excavators - - Plant & Equipment -

The Magni HTH range of heavy-duty tele­scopic han­dlers is ca­pa­ble of han­dling loads of up to 45 tonnes – the heav­i­est of any man­u­fac­turer, the com­pany says.

Hav­ing been de­signed for dura­bil­ity and re­li­a­bil­ity un­der ex­treme con­di­tions, the tele­han­dlers are be­ing found on job­sites from Mount Isa zinc mines to Min­taro slate quar­ries.

Magni says that, while the HTH tele­han­ders are tough on the out­side, they’re com­fort­able and safe on the in­side.

“An in­no­va­tive full-vis­i­bil­ity cab de­sign and the abil­ity to re­mote con­trol the op­er­a­tion of the fixed boom means safety is at a pre­mium,” it says, “while fea­tures such as a user-friendly touch­screen dis­play, a move­able steer­ing col­umn and air-con­di­tion­ing mean the op­er­a­tor can use the HTH range with ease and com­fort.”

The touch­screen dis­plays writ­ten mes­sages rather than al­phanu­meric codes, al­low­ing easy ac­cess to func­tions such as dy­namic load charts, drive page and air con­di­tion­ing.

Other fea­tures in­clude: lift heights of up to

20m; front, round and crab steer­ing, a load-limit de­vice; and a de­sign for ease of main­te­nance, with the engine be­ing com­pletely ac­ces­si­ble from all sides.

Magni says that the HTH range is de­signed for use in the min­ing and petro­chem­i­cal in­dus­tries – or, in­deed, any heavy in­dus­try from the con­struc­tion sec­tor though to port au­thor­i­ties, de­mo­li­tion and forestry.

“They are an ex­cel­lent al­ter­na­tive to us­ing large­ca­pac­ity fork­lifts and strad­dle car­ries, and can be fit­ted with a va­ri­ety of at­tach­ments such as clamps or lift­ing hooks for greater flex­i­bil­ity and cost sav­ings on site,” the com­pany adds.

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