is showcasing two new telehandlers to meet the needs of clients looking for more productive and versatile vehicles at a lower operating cost.
The company says the Icarus 50.18 combines reliability, handling, versatility and ruggedness with load capacity and lifting height increased to 5 tonnes and 18m, respectively. The engine aims to generate low noise and fuel consumption while new Dieci software carries out advanced functions of the boom, engine and vehicle.
Patrizia Gambarelli, from Dieci’s export department, said: “The new style cabin has plastic inside and a more ergonomic seat. Noise is also reduced for operators working inside.”
Meanwhile, the Pegasus 50.26 has loading capacities from 3.8 to 6 tonnes and a lifting height of 26m. The vehicle comes with Can Bus technology and vehicle management. Speeds of up to 40 km/h can be reached through hydrostatic technology and an electronic control system while FPT’s NEF N45 Turbo Common Rail engine is intended to generate a low fuel consumption and require minimal maintenance. In addition, the cab is equipped with two thin-film-transistor displays with two screen sizes and icon-based graphic interface for information on the vehicle’s working conditions.
“Operators want comfort, reduction of expenses and fuel. What they require for cars they are also needed for machines,” Gambarelli added.