Magni’s new telehandler offers highest load capacity in TH range

Magni has added a new fixed telescopic handler, the TH 7.10, to its lineup. The TH 7.10 has the highest load capacity in Magni’s TH range and is the result of a redesign of the TH 6.10. Because of the redesign, Magni improved the load charts and increased the lifting capacity by one tonne (2,204 pounds).

Magni says that the 7.10’s performance represents a clear upgrade compared to the previous model, as it can lift its maximum load of seven tonnes (15,432 pounds) up to 8.5 metres (27 feet), an increase of 16 percent; reach its maximum height of 9.5 metres (31 feet) with a load of 6 tonnes (13,227 pounds), an increase of 20 percent; and support 2.5 tonnes (5511 pounds), an increase of 25 percent, at the maximum horizontal reach of 5.9 metres (19 feet).

Like the 15- and 19-metre (49- and 62-feet) variants, this TH model will also be available in basic and premium versions. In the premium version, the model has a more powerful Deutz engine of 75 kW along with air-conditioning and radio as standard.

A restyled cab for operator comfort

Like the entirety of the TH 2024 range, the TH 7.10 is equipped with the new cab which made its debut on the RTH range during 2023.

The cab interiors have been restyled. The injection-moulded panelling ensures greater durability and a better finish. The seat, courtesy lights, air flows, adjustable armrest, storage compartments, and sunblind help give the operator ideal working conditions.

New Magni Combi Touch System (MCTS)

Accessed via the touch screen, the MCTS onboard software has undergone graphic restyling which results in what Magni says is a smoother user experience with navigation utilizing icons. The operator now has a new menu screen giving access to the various functions, with new features such as dedicated pre-settings: three new presets, from the most precise to the most reactive to optimize performance concerning the attachment used.

There is an additional improvement in the load chart screen, which allows two different display modes:

  • Standard, displaying all the load bands;
  • Dynamic, displaying the working area available in relation to the load being lifted

Power and manoeuvrability of the TH 7.10

Compact in size, the TH 7.10 is ideal for operating in tight spaces. With 4- 4-wheel drive and steering, it enables full freedom of movement, reinforced by three steering modes: front, round, and crab.

The hydrostatic transmission provides each wheel with the torque necessary to tackle tough slopes. A high ground clearance helps improve machine manoeuvrability.


The levelling system for operation on tires enables the operator to level the machine laterally and provides them with the complete load chart on terrains with lateral gradients of up to +/8 degrees.

Attachment versatility

Thanks to the wide selection of interchangeable attachments, the machine can take on a large variety of jobs with the utmost flexibility. The RFID recognition system automatically updates the display with the load chart for the coupled Magni attachment.

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