Discover the new Magni RTH range
Shown for the first time at Bauma 2022, the new RTH range was immediately a great success, attracting the interest of visitors. We are pleased to announce the launch video of our new rotating telehandler range, where you can admire the details of this new success.
After the official presentation at Bauma 2022 we chose to take a few more months to further improve the RTH range with the aim of bringing something completely new to the lifting market. All this while remaining true to the product concept that has made Magni TH what it is today.
The new RTH range offers capacities from 5 to 13 tonnes, lifting heights from 18 to 51 metres and reaches from 14 to 34.5 metres. Comprising a total of 14 models, it is the result of a restyling of the 8 previous models (5.21, 5.23, 5.25, 6.35, 6.39, 6.46, 6.51 and 13.26) and the introduction of 6 new models (5.18, 6.22, 6.26, 6.31, 8.27, 10.37).
The new RTH range focuses on four main key points to which we have paid full attention from the outset to stand out in the market:
- Performance: compared to previous models, lifting performance has improved considerably;
- Safety: we have widened the glass surface of the windscreen and moved the cab to a more forward position in relation to the chassis to allow for better visibility. Moreover, we implemented constant monitoring tools so that the operator has everything under control in real time.
- Technology: we have introduced the new LLD on-board software and several state-of-the-art systems, including the “easy access system”, developed and patented by Magni TH.
- User experience: in order to improve cab usability and comfort, we have introduced a new and advanced concept – similar to the automotive world in terms of experience and finish – to ensure that the operator’s needs are fully satisfied.
There is still much more to tell about our new range. For the moment we will not reveal more and invite you to watch the new launch video.
In order to meet the needs of our customers, we aim at continuously upgrading our machines to make them more performing, advanced and safe. Remember: “The future is red“!