Magni reveals APEX 2023 equipment lineup

By Leila Steed17 April 2023

Close-up of Magni telehandler (PHOTO: Magni)

Magni has revealed that it is to showcase its new range of articulated and telescopic boom lifts at this year’s APEX event, which is due to take place from the 6 to 8 June at the MECC Maastricht convention centre in the Netherlands.

The company, which will be exhibiting alongside its partners Dingli, will display new articulating models with heights ranging from 16 metres up to 28m and capacities ranging from 250 to 300kg, alongside new telescopic boom lifts that provide heights from 16 to 44m with capacities of between 250 to 454kg.

“In order to adapt to market needs every model is available in three different versions: diesel, electric and the new hybrid technology,” said Magni, adding that its hybrid models offer “the same performance as combustion and electric” counterparts.

“...these models are an advanced version of electric boom lifts as they combine the electric green technology while ensuring the long endurance of diesel models,” said Magni.

“In fact, they feature a range extender motor that enables the machine to generate electricity and therefore recharge the batteries autonomously.”

Magni will also show four new scissor lift models. Extending the reach of its existing off-road product line, the new models comprise the 28-metre electric ES2825RT and diesel powered DS2825RT scissor lifts, and the 32-metre electric ES3225RT and diesel DS3225RT models.

Alongside these will be two new vertical lift mast models. The MJP07OF and MJP08OF offer working heights of 6.7m and 7.6m respectively, with capacities of 200 and 227kg respective. “These oil-free electric platforms are suitable for contexts where it is important to avoid contamination due to oil or fuel leaks, such as in the food and chemical industry,” said Magni.

Other highlights of the manufacturer’s APEX 2023 exhibits are to include its RTH rotating telehandler range, which was introduced at Bauma 2022 in Germany.

The RTH product line of 14 models comprises eight restyled versions of previous machines and six newly introduced models. It offers capacities ranging from 5 to 13 tonnes, lifting heights of 18 to 51 metres and reaches from 14 to 34.5 metres.

According to Magni, the models offer better performance, technology, operator comfort and are safer than the previous models on which they were based.

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