Dieci Introduces Fixed, Rotating Telehandlers

Dieci unveiled two new telehandlers at Intermat in Paris, a fixed Icarus 50.18 model and a rotating Pegasus 50.26 model.

Known as the I11.60 for the U.S. market, the 50.18 features a new cab with increased visibility and a new chassis with a modular development that brings a standardization of its components to reduce maintenance costs. It includes a low-noise 85.1-kW Kubota engine, new hydraulic system, and new Dieci software for its hydrostatic transmission with full electronic control.

The model offers 59 ft. maximum reach and 11,000 lbs. maximum capacity. It will be available in the fourth quarter of 2018 in the United States.

The 50.26 from Dieci’s “high tech” Pegasus line offers the next generation of CAN bus technology and vehicle management software, and a new hydrostatic transmission. Its new boom offers four sections with simultaneous and proportional extension and high rigidity for greater precision and loading capacity. 

The cab offers capacitive sensor-equipped joystick control of the boom, outriggers, and turret, and it features two graphic displays for all machine information.

The 50.26 provides 85 ft. maximum reach and 11,000 lbs. maximum capacity. It is compatible with multiple attachments with automatic attachment recognition, as well as both rear and boom cameras. It will be available in the United States by the end of June.