With the expansion and development of access equipment offering increased opportunity globally to a myriad of industries, Magni claims its HTH range represents generation-leading standards in design, safety and productivity.
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With growth rates of close to 6% in the telehandler market worldwide, Magni says its HTH stable of technically advanced, operator friendly heavy machinery is leading the push in the 10-45 tonne lift sector.

Among these, is the Magni 10.10.

Regarded affectionately as the ‘baby' of the HTH (heavy telescopic handler) family, the 10.10 makes no compromises on quality or safety.

Featuring a 10-tonne load capacity, lift height of 10 metres and a reach of over five metres, it affords a flexible ‘working envelope' which can be easily fitted with a range of Magni attachments including winches, platforms, lifting jibs, buckets, fork positioners and side shifts.

Power comes from a 136HP Deutz Turbo diesel Intercooled engine, generating 500Nm of torque at 1400rpm, tilting rear axle, hydraulic servo-assisted multi-disc brakes and a drawbar pull of 88kN.

The Rexroth variable load-sensing hydrostatic transmission delivers full-time four-wheel drive, two speed ranges in both forward and reverse, integrated crab mode and a maximum speed of 40km/hr.

The unit's electronic safety system is also among the most technically advanced in its class.

With a FOPS-ROPS tested hermetic cab, large panoramic windshield offering unrestricted vision of loads (even when suspended), movable steering column plus central heating and air conditioning, the HTH 10.10 - like its bigger brothers - boasts unsurpassed levels of ‘standard' equipment.

A user friendly intuitive touch screen display (also functional through an automotive style joystick) controls the entire machine and allows the operator to monitor and maneuver the 10.10 seamlessly within safe operational limits.

Weighing just on 13,900kg, the unit has a 4.725mm turn radius, more than 39cm of ground clearance and is just 5.7m nose to tail.