24 April 2008

This 4 t capacity, 13 m lifting height GTH-4013 model from Genie Industries is one of three new handlers introduced recently by the company. The low pivot boom model has four wheel steer, uses a hydrostatic drive and is powered by a 99 hp Cummins turbo-diesel engine. The other two new models are both rotating handlers: the GTH-4518R is rated for a maximum payload of 4.5 t and has a maximum lifting height of 17.25 m; and the GTH-4020R can reach up to 19.64 m and lift up to 4 t.

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