The Magni RTH 6.46 SH is the highest rotating telescopic handler in the world. It easily reaches its lifting height of 46m and offers a maximum load capacity of 6 tonnes. This machine is suitable for a wide variety of versatile tasks in the construction industry. Its best-in-class reach and incredible lifting capabilities make the 6.46SH an ideal solution for the most challenging industrial sites.
It also foregrounds operator safety through its design including its dual extension scissor stabilisers with large support feet which offer unrivalled stability in a range of circumstances, ensuring perfect ground holding, even when posed with extreme terrain situations. The compact design also means that it is highly manoeuvrable and can be used to access tight and hard to reach spaces thanks to the rotating jib function. It’s also perfect for transporting between sites and can be moved and set up quickly and easily!
This model offers great flexibility to the operator with the ability to use the same attachment in two different ways, either strength or stability mode. The first allows you to safely lift extremely heavy loads whilst the second allows for greater extension with lighter loads, meaning this lift is suitable for a range of varying on-site jobs and tasks. Operator comfort is also a priority with an air-conditioned cabin which ensures a pleasant working climate, whatever the environment.
Available to hire, lease or buy from Hire Safe Solutions in the UK & ROI.
- Overhead power work
- General building maintenance
- General construction
- Steel erection
Benefits at a Glance:
- World’s largest rotating telehandler with next level reach and lifting capability
- 360˚ rotation
- Versatile 3 in 1 design with crane/forklift truck/safety cage
- Compatible with a range of accessories
- 4WD as standard
- Easily transportable
- Narrow dimensions for access to tight locations
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