Magni broadens scissor lift line

Magni has debuted 13 new scissor lifts to its product line, including nine AC units and four electric units, which include two rough terrain models. As it stands, these models are not available in the U.S. or Canadian markets. 

Magni’s expanded, AC scissor lift line.

The two new rough terrain models are the ES1523RT and ES1823RT, which join the corresponding diesel products to further expand Magni’s range. The rough terrain scissor lift line now offers lifting heights from 12 to 22 meters and load capacities from 363 to 750 kg.

In the AC range, the nine new units feature lifting heights from 8 to 16 meters and lifting capacities from 230 to 540 kg and are powered by AGM batteries, allowing triple recharge cycles and longer service life, according to Magni. “The fully sealed IP67 certified AC system ensures improved water and dust proofing,” the company added. “Compared to previous models, the maximum travel speed has been increased by an average of around 30% to 5.0 km/h.”

One of the new RT scissor lifts from Magni.

The AC platforms have an improved control interface as they feature a real-time machine status monitor to reduce the time taken to resolve errors. The display also allows control customization.

Alongside the AC models, Magni added two electric scissors, the ES2814E and ES3414E. The scissors offer lifting heights of 28 and 34 meters respectively. Among the new features, they are equipped with auto-levelling stabilizers, which activate automatically when the machine reaches a certain height to ensure maximum stability. Like the AC models, they are also equipped with lithium batteries, proportional controls and non-marking tires.

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