Magni launches 167-foot telehandler

By Lindsey Anderson17 March 2020

Magni Telescopic Handlers debuted the world’s largest rotating telehandler during ConExpo 2020. The RTH 6.51 has a maximum lifting height of 167 feet, 4 inches and a maximum forward reach of 113 feet, 2 inches. Maximum lifting capacity is 13,200 pounds.

Magni’s stand at ConExpo. The company’s RTH 6.51 can be seen on the right side of the photo.

The telehandler features a number of technological advancements, including two attachment modes: strength mode M2 and stability mode M1. M2 allows the heaviest loads to be lifted but with a limited extension while M1 allows for greater extension with limited load weights. An RFID system automatically detects which accessories and attachments are being used and then creates a dynamic load chart for the operator. The load chart can then be viewed on a new 10-inch screen inside the operator’s cab.

The RTH 6.51 features a seven-section boom with six extensions, 360-degree rotation, self leveling, four wheel drive, FOPS/ROPS and much more. 

 

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