Compact rough-terrain telehandler

Compact rough-terrain telehandler

Genie introduces a package of design enhancements to its GTH-5519 (GTH-844B pictured) compact rough-terrain telehandler, including a more comfortable cab, increased load capacity at maximum reach, emissions-control options and a more easily accessible engine compartment. The FOPS grid is now integrated into the cabin structure underneath the glass. The floor-mounted throttle pedal has been repositioned to improve comfort. The unit now lifts 1,900 pounds at 11 feet of horizontal reach, 200 pounds more than the predecessor model. Available with Deutz or Perkins Tier-4i engines, in a compartment redesigned for improved accessibility. Hydraulics are improved with the flow on the auxiliary line incorporating a reversible and continuous flow functionality through a three-position electrical switch and full proportional control adjustable through a dedicated manual flow control knob.

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