Magni TH devotes full attention to safety, to the natural environment, to electromagnetic emissions and to road traffic laws. These complex issues require in-depth knowledge of regulatory frameworks, technological aspects and deep sector know-how. In this short article, we try to clarify the main guidelines that apply to the research and development of Magni machines.
Since Magni rotating telehandlers are by definition working machines, they must meet the requirements of Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and the technical regulations of the sector. To do so, we adopt advanced technologies and technical solutions in compliance with the regulations in force, taking into account various aspects.
Magni TH machines are powered by thermal or electrical energy sources and interact with the surrounding environment, in the form of electromagnetic radiations and generated and/or induced fields. Thus, our units must comply with the requirements of Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2014/30/EU and Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EU.
Respect for the environment is at the heart of the 2030 agenda, the Kyoto Treaty and various EU legislations. To reduce atmospheric pollution, reference is made to European Regulation 2016/1628, which sets a limit on CO2 emissions that every machine must comply with. Our technical department works every day to make continuous improvements in this regard.
Moreover, machines generate noise. The Magni cab is designed to ensure maximum operator acoustic comfort and minimize noises. This field has been regulated by industry experts through the Noise Directive 2000/14/EC.
Just like all other product ranges manufactured by Magni, rotating telehandlers can travel on public roads. Hence, our units need to comply with the Highway Code. Obviously, every machine must meet the requirements of the country in which it is approved.
Focusing on operator safety and working environmentiskey to designhigh-performance machines that protect the health and well-being of workers. In order to meet the maximum safety requirements, every Magni machine complies with Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and Italian Legislative Decree 81/08, applying to machines within the Italian territory.
The legislative and regulatory panorama is complex and very binding. Hence, Magni takes care of every detail and operates on the basis of various regulations, since the design phase. This important effort protects the end user and anyone working on the machine. Moreover, this allows Magni TH to put on the market safe, certified and tested machines, which are ready for any further check by relevant bodies.
Behind every Magni machine there is a design and development team that works to ensure safety and compliance with national and international regulations. This is why at Magni we attach great importance to the issue of safety. We do our best every day to meet the requirements of the law, because as they say “height is nothing without full control and total safety”.