6.51

6.51

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Rotating telescopic handlers

Stabilizers scissors
Lifting capacity 6,000kg
Capacity at maximum height 2,000 kg
Lifting height 51m
Reach 34.5m
Engine Volvo TAD 583 VE- Stage V
Rated power 175 kW - 238 Hp @2,300 rpm
Number of gears 2/2
Hydraulic system Load Sensing 350 bar
Length 10.330 mm
Width 2.540 mm
Ground clearance 340 mm
Unladen weight 36,400 kg
Travel speed 25 km/h
Rotation 360° (continuous)
Climate control as standard Yes
Automatic attachment recognition Yes

Description

The RTH 6.51 is the highest rotating telescopic handler in the world. It achieves a lifting height of 51 m, with a maximum load capacity of 6 tonnes. It is the perfect solution for all construction or industrial sites requiring best-in-class reach and lifting capacities. The inclination corrector and scissor stabilisers with large support feet offer excellent stability under all circumstances, guaranteeing perfect ground holding on all terrain in order to ensure maximum operator safety.

The dual-extension scissor stabilisers are ideal even with limited space available; even when it is only partially stabilised, the machine is programmed to provide the best possible load chart on each side. When the stabilisers are fully extended, on the other hand, they guarantee maximum machine performance over 360° as they are able to work over a very wide stabilisation base. This model allows the same attachment to be used in two different ways: strength mode M2 and stability mode M1. The first allows very heavy loads to be lifted, but with a more limited extension. The second mode, on the other hand, allows for greater extension, but with more limited loads. It is compatible with a huge range of accessories, thanks also to the RFID system which provides automatic recognition and creation of the dynamic load charts; this telescopic handler is able to meet a wide range of applications in construction and industry.

Applications

Construction
Industry
Special projects

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