The stabilisers are one of the distinguishing features of the RTH range compared to others, making these machines unique in terms of functionality and efficiency. Let’s find out why stabilisers are essential components and the differences between the two types that Magni offers on its machines.
The stabilisers ensure a large stabilisation area to work in complete safety and make the most of the machine lifting capacity. The operator can effortlessly manage extension and retraction of the stabilisers from the cab, thanks to the stabilisation page of the innovative MCTS system.
Magni offers two different types of stabilisers depending on the model:
- Pivoting stabilisers: these are equipped on the smaller models (from RTH 18 to 5.25). The beams of this type of stabilisers do not intersect. As they are designed to allow manoeuvring in tight spaces, pivoting stabilisers are not adjustable in length;
- Scissor stabilisers: these can be found on the biggest models (RTH 21 to 13.26). This type allows the beams to intersect in an “X” shape. Scissor stabilisers are adjustable in length , ensuring a greater stabilisation surface and distributing the load evenly to the ground. The pads are specially designed to offer perfect grip and prevent any slippage. However, these stabilisers can also be used in tight spaces as they do not require much space to stabilise the machine. Even in case of partial stabilisation the operator can rely on the best possible load chart. To increase the stabilisation area and reduce the pressure on the ground, the machine can be equipped with additional stabiliser pads, available as an option.
On all models, when stabilisers are closed they remain entirely within the machine’s footprint, without affecting ground clearance.
At Magni, safety and performance are fundamental concepts that coexist in every machine. The stabilisers are the symbol that embodies and highlights the close relationship between these two guidelines, while offering an extremely safe machine with unparalleled performance.