Mtandt's new truck mounted cranes and telehandlers

Pradeep Agarwal
Indian access platform vehicle distributor, Mtandt launched UR-V503, truck mounted Furukawa Unic, 3 sections, telescopic stiff boom crane in India. The crane can lift 3 tons@ 4.1 meters radius and 1.23 tons@ 8.1 meters radius. Mtandt has entered into an exclusive distribution tie-up with Furukawa for marketing its 3-8 tons telescopic boom cranes in India. It has also entered into a marketing tie-up in 2014 with PM of Italy for distributing 2 ton meters to 100 ton meters truck mounted telescopic knuckle boom cranes in India, Mr. Pradeep Agarwal, CEO, Mtandt Group said, adding, "The cranes are to be mounted at our facility or by body builders and it will be used for infrastructure, industries and power transmission sectors for maintenance purposes."

Mtandt also showed the new Magni telehandler at the event. It displayed, RTH 5.35, five section telescopic boom, 360 degrees rotative telehandlers. The company has recently entered into an exclusive marketing tie up with Magni for marketing its entire range of telehandlers in the Indian market.

PM Knuckle Boom Crane
Mentioning about the new Magni telehandlers which will be exclusively distributed by Mantdt in India, Mr. Agarwal said that the equipment is a versatile compact machine for pick -n- carry applications. It is suitable for mining, heavy material handling and industrial maintenance applications. The versatile application of the machine is based on the fact that it can work with fork, bucket, rotating extendable man platform, tyre and cylinder handlers. It scores over conventional pick-n-carry cranes in safety, stability and longer reach. As it is being a compact machine to handle heavier loads, a single Magni telehandlers can undertake the job of ten pick-n-carry cranes, he claimed.

Mtandt also Launched Rth 5.35 – The Highest Rotating Telescopic Handler Of The World During bC India. This brand new model by Magni TH intends to offer the highest working height among the rotating telescopic handlers, reaching a maximum height of 35 meters with a load capacity of 2.2 tons.

Despite its massive performances, it remains a very compact machine being built on a chassis just 15 cm longer than the one of the RTH 5.30; which has been reinforced to sustain the machine in all the strains due to the lifting process.

Telehandler
The cabin reflects all the high standards of all our range, but has been moved forward (on the front left corner) in order to guarantee an optimal visibility during the driving of the machine.

What is really innovative and original is the boom construction; it is made of 6 sections and 2 extension cylinders, both positioned on the outer side of the boom leaving more free space on the inside for hoses and pipes. This solution is optimal. Hoses are protected inside the boom and are not exposed to hits or accidental damages. The internal hoses are of two types, six-glued hoses and four-glued hoses which eliminate the problem of friction in their movements or to the problem of twisting.

The boom is very innovative because it is the software that controls the 5th section. This system is thought to have the best load chart with both the horizontal and the vertical extension, and provides the extension of the 5th only when it is necessary and in a proportional manner to the boom angle.

The perforated structure of the boom's element contributes to the performance of the machine in terms of capacity and allows to reach 2200 kg of lifting capacity at the maximum height.

This machine is equipped with a Mercedes Engine Euro 4 final with 170 kW/ 231 hp, one Bosch Rexroth hydrostatic pump (125 cc) and a Bosch Rexroth hydrostatic motor( 150 cc).

The hydraulic circuit mounts a pump of 60 cc and a distributor Sauer Danfoss with 7 elements and security level SIL 2; it is also compatible with a fixed winch on the lower end of the boom.

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