Magni telehandlers will unveil its brand-new RTH 6.46 SH telehandler at ConExpo-Con/Agg 29017, March 7-11 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nev.
Perhaps the world’s highest reaching telehandler, the Magni 6.46 can set a 5,500-lb. load up 150 ft., pick up 400 lbs. at 110-ft. forward reach, or lift a maximum of 13,200 lbs.
Designed to work as a telehandler, rough-terrain crane, or access platform, the Magni 6.46 can help reduce costs for logistics, operator, fuel, and service by minimizing the amount of equipment needed on a job site.
The rotating upperworks lets the machine sit in one spot and place loads anywhere within its reach, minimizing the need to move the telehandler during operation.
For a rig that can lift loads up 14 stories or more, the Magni RTH 6.46 presents a compact stowed profile that stands 28’8” long, 8’3” wide, and 10’7” high for travel. Work ready, it weighs 66,139 lbs.
Its scissor-style outriggers can all be adjusted individually to allow setup in oddly shaped locations, and the computerized control system creates a custom capacity chart based on the outriggers’ positions, the operating mode, the attachment mounted to the boom, and other factors.
Its efficient power-transmission system couples a 231-hp Mercedes diesel engine with a single, load-sensing piston pump. The engine meets Tier 4 Final emission levels with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) but no particulate filter.
The CANbus control system delivers data to the operator quickly and sorted into five easy-to-use pages that help guide the operator: a driving page, a stabilization page, a customized operation page, a dynamic load chart, and a page that controls cab comforts.
The cab is fully enclosed, pressurized, and fed with filtered air to keep the inside clean. The standard climate control system keeps the temperature comfortable, and a full length front window offers the operator an uninterrupted view of the load.
The Magni RTH 6.46 will make its debut in Booth G1018 in the Gold Lot.