Magni introduces first compact telehandler

Magni TH 3.6 Magni TH 3.6

Magni has launched its first compact fixed boom telehandler, with a 3 tonne capacity and 5.8m working height.

The new TH 3.6 becomes the smallest model in the TH range, and is designed for construction, logistics and will soon be launched into the agricultural sector.

Capable of carrying a full load to a height of 5.4m, the TH 3.6 can lift 2,500kg at its maximum height and 1,100kg at more than 3m horizontal reach.

The machine’s ‘low-slung’ design makes it ideal for tight spaces, while maintaining optimal ground clearance for rough terrain, said Magni. 

Presenting the model for the first time at Intermat, taking place this week in Paris, Riccardo Magni, the president and founder of Magni, said the TH range was now nearly complete with a capacity range of 3 - 7 tonnes and heights between 6m and 24m. 

Riccardo Magni Riccardo Magni speaking at Intermat.

Combined with a 55 kW (75 hp) Deutz Stage V engine, the machine can reach 35 km/h. The four driving and steering wheels, supported by a hydrostatic transmission, are complemented with three steering modes: frontal, concentric and crab.

Magni explained that the new TH 3.6 incorporates a full LMI (load moment indicator) system, alongside the company’s advanced MCTS (Magni Combi Touch System) software, providing complete control of the machine via icon navigation on the in-cab screen. From the main menu it is possible to access the thematic pages with the different functions, including the load diagrams. 

“The TH 3.6 is the only one [on the market] equipped with a more sophisticated and precise anti-tipping mechanism to maximize performance and safety in line with the entire TH range. This is the LMI, which allows you to constantly monitor the movements of the vehicle to avoid any type of overload.”

Magni elevated cab Magni’s updated elevated cab

There is also a new compact cab which inherits the same philosophy as the rest of the TH range, to which is added a new dashboard with ergonomic positioning of the main controls. Furthermore, it is equipped with USB sockets and a practical cup holder. The standard equipment of the new cab is completed by the pneumatic suspension seat, adjustable steering, heating and radio.

Magni also used the show to highlight its updated raised cab, which has now been reintroduced to the RTH rotating range, specifically on the RTH 6.22, 6.26 and 6.31 models, following requests from dealers for an effective raised cab system. 

Magni also chose the event to talk about the company’s plans after it bought back the 20% share that Dingli had in the company last year, and how it proposes further expansion in the US market. Find out more about this in the soon to be published Intermat round-up in Access International. 

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