Powerclear’s Magni RTH 6.30

Powerclear’s Magni RTH 6.30 is able to meet a wide range of applications in construction and arboriculture, and the company has them available in southeast Queensland/northern NSW.

The RTH 6.30 is a tough, highperformance rotating telescopic handler which can reach to a height of 30 metres and is equipped with scissor stabilisers to ensure greater safety and stability during working manoeuvres, especially with limited space available. Even partially stabilised, the machine is programmed to provide the best possible load chart on each side.

When the stabilisers are fully extended they guarantee maximum machine performance over 360°.

The Magni RTH 6.30 is compatible with a huge range of accessories, thanks also to the RFID system which provides automatic recognition of the attachment and creation of the relative load charts; this telescopic handler is able to meet a wide range of applications in construction and arboriculture.

Built for serious work

Campbell Brooke, Director at Powerclear, is understandably excited about the newest addition to the Powerclear fleet, and is proud to be the first arboricultural company in Australia to have this new technology available.

“It’s a rotating telehandler,” explained Campbell. “Or some would call it a slewing telehandler. It’s got a reach of 30 metres, and it has a maximum lifting capacity of six tonnes. It can interchange attachments. We’ve currently got the crane-winch attachment and the rotating wood-cracker felling head. It’s an all-terrain vehicle, so it’s four-wheel drive and four-wheel steer, and with the outriggers it has a very similar footprint to a 20-tonne all-terrain crane. It has conditional registration, so it can be driven on public roads,” he said.

Powerclear contracts to local, state and federal governments, and is rapt in the versatility of the Magni. Image: Powerclear

Super versatile

Powerclear contracts to local, state and federal government organistaions, and is rapt in the versatility, safety and productivity of the Magni. The RTH 6.30 significantly reduces risk to arborists by eliminating the need for them to work at heights or around structurally compromised trees. Equipped with boom-mounted cameras, a digital automated load chart, and the capability for the operator to control the Magni remotely, the RTH 6.30 enhances safety and efficiency. Powerclear is proud to be pioneering the next level of safety in arboriculture.

“Instead of having three pieces of equipment, you’ve got the one that can do the job of an excavator, an EWP and a crane,” Campbell explained. “With that 30-metre reach and the rotating felling head you can be quite precise and piece the tree down in very small sections if you want. You can take single branches or you can take leaders. You don’t have to take a whole tree in one grab.

“You can utilise it as you would a guy in an EWP basket, really,” he summed up.

Find out more about the availability and capability of the Magni RTH 6.30, and Powerclear’s operations, at powerclear.com.au.

Image: Powerclear



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