Magni Telescopic Handlers, Modena, Italy, has named Mardian Equipment as the exclusive distributor of Magni’s full line of RTH (Rotating Telehandler), HTH (Heavy Telehandler) and TH (Standard Telehandler) products for Arizona, Utah, Nevada, and Southern California (counties: San Diego, Imperial, Riverside, Los Angeles, Bakersfield, Orange, Ventura, San Bernardino, Kern, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo).
Mardian Equipment now sells and rents Magni telescopic handlers along with its existing portfolio of equipment from several top-shelf manufacturers, including Link-Belt, Elliott, National, Manitex, Shuttlelift, Schwing, and Fassi.
All Magni telescopic handlers come standard with many new and innovative features that increase safety, boost productivity, reduce operator fatigue, raise efficiency, and maximize profitability.
The very intuitive Magni Combi Touch System display on all models lets the operator monitor and control the unit through an easy-to-use touchscreen display. The system works seamlessly with the load-moment indicator to keep the operator within safe operational limits. All Magni telescopic handlers come standard with a fully enclosed and pressurized full-visibility cab with standard AC and climate controls.
All models are extremely adaptable and can be equipped with remote controls, forks, and personnel baskets, 360° rotating forks, winches, jibs, hooks, and material buckets. RFID tags on all attachments allow the machine to automatically recognize the fitted tool and then immediately configure the load limits for that specific attachment. All RTH and TH attachments can be shared between the two lines.
The RTH line separates itself with a 360° rotating upper (boom and operator cab) that makes it extremely versatile. RTH models have strong lift charts with maximum capacities of 11,000 and 13,000 lbs. They outreach competitors with maximum working heights that start at 57 ft. and shoot all the way up to 127 ft.
The Magni HTH’s (Heavy Telehandler) are the big boys of the Magni telescopic handler family. The HTH line starts with the 22,000-lb.-capacity HTH 10.10 model and goes all the way up to the industry leading 99,000-lb.-capacity HTH 45.14.
Basic attachments for the HTH line include several sizes of forks and hooks. The HTH line also targets the mining segment with tools for maintaining large mining equipment, such as tire changing, wheel hub removal, and suspension cylinder maintenance or replacement.
The newest Magni telescopic handler is the TH 6.20. Mardian Equipment will take delivery of some of the first units to land in North America. These units are expected to hit Mardian dealerships in late January 2017. With maximum lifting capacity of more than 13,000 lbs. and a top working height of 63 ft., this fixed-body telehandler comes fully loaded at an extremely competitive price.
Premium tools for many trades, Magni telescopic handlers are ideal for work in construction, mining, facility maintenance, highway/bridge construction, rail work, manufacturing, marine work, and material handling.
Mardian Equipment has several units in stock for demo, sale, rental, long-term lease, and RPO.
Several companies that have already used these machines praise the performance, quality, reliability, and versatility of Magni telescopic handlers.
Arriving soon to be showcased in the World of Concrete Show in Las Vegas, Nev., is the Magni RTH 5.35(11,000-lb. capacity, 127-ft. working height).
Arriving in late January 2017 are several Magni TH 6.20 (13,000-lb. capacity, 63-ft. working height) telescopic handlers.
With its headquarters in Phoenix, Ariz. and regional offices in Tucson, Ariz., Lakeside, Calif. and Salt Lake City, Utah, Mardian Equipment serves customers of all sizes, and has a client list that includes some of the largest and most significant companies throughout Arizona, California, Nevada, and Utah.
A third-generation ESOP family business, Mardian offers services ranging from equipment operator training and equipment service, to equipment rental, new- and used-equipment sales, parts sales, equipment re-marketing, fleet planning/equipment consulting, maintained and operated crane service, and concrete pumping.