INDUSTRY INSIDER | April 23, 2024

Magni Unveils New Fixed-Boom & Rotating Telehandlers

Original Source: Magni

Following the unveiling of an expanded line of fixed boom telehandlers at ConExpo 2023, Magni has presented various updates and new models in the past several months.

At the heart of Magni’s manufacturing process is the mindset of continuously updating its lineup of telehandlers. All the latest models are equipped with redesigned cabs that offer greater visibility and easier access. The upgraded cabs officially debuted on the TH and RTH models in 2023.

Magni cabAll the latest Magni telehandler models are equipped with redesigned cabs that offer greater visibility and easier access.MagniFor starters, the new cab door is fully openable and lockable up to 180 degrees and can be unlocked from the ground. To improve entry and exit, in addition to a second ladder located on the opposite side of the chassis.

Magni also introduced an “easy access” system, activated at the push of a button on the left joystick, that allows the cab to be automatically aligned with both the front and rear ladders to facilitate exit and entry.

tele handler cabLED lights have been positioned at various points in the cab when the door is opened to further facilitate access to the machine in low-light situations.MagniIn addition, LED lights have been positioned at various points in the cab when the door is opened to further facilitate access to the machine in low-light or darker conditions. The lights can be dimmed and will gradually fade out once the machine is switched off.

Interiors on all of Magni’s RTH and TH models have been restyled with all paneling now being an injection moulding for improved durability. The company says the cab also features a storage pocket and cupholder positioned under the right armrest.

As a further creature comfort, a two-position sunblind is fitted in the roof for those days when the sun is a major factor. Also, air filtration inside the cab has been improved with a front ventilation grid that Magni says improves airflow and defrosts the windscreen faster.

According to the company, the overall cab design even makes some maintenance routines easier. Two new internal technical compartments were positioned behind the screen containing the fuses and behind the seat the diagnostic sockets containing most of the control units to simplify that process.