Bayernlift takes first Magni TH6.20 in Germany

By Euan Youdale07 June 2016

Mr Katheder and Mrs Schübel, Bayernlift general managers.

Mr Katheder and Mrs Schübel, Bayernlift general managers.

Germany-based rental company Bayernlift has taken ownership of the country’s first Magni TH6.20 fixed boom telehandler.

Delivered by Magni Deutschland, the new Magni TH6.20 features updated safety and control technology and driver comfort. It is the first fixed boom to be built with all the safety systems of a Magni rotating telehandler.

This means it has the same dynamic load chart, attachment recognition and touch screen and can be used as a crane, aerial platform or forklift. As standard the TH6.20 comes with air conditioning, pressurised cab and remote controls. “Since we already have two rotating Magni RTH.5.30 in our rental fleet the choice for this was an obvious one,” said Mrs. Schübel, Bayernlift director.

The Magni TH 6.20 has a 6 tonne lifting capacity, a lifting height of 20m and integrated chassis movement system, allowing the operator to move a load 1.5m left or right at full reach without the need of attachments. Power comes from a Deutz Tier IV final TCD engine delivering 134 bhp.

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