Genie Releases Latest Model Telehandler 28/02/2008
Genie released the latest in its range of rough terrain telehandler which features an a whole host of new features and design improvements. The GTH 5519 compact rough-terrain Genie telehandler takes the best design features of its predecessor and optimizes on strengthening the cab and improving overall comfort and productivity. The GTH 5510 Genie telehandler also comes with increased load capacity with a maximum reach, varied engine options which mean lower emissions and optimum fuel use. The Genie telehandler engine also features accessible compartments and ease of service. The cab which is the most improved on feature on the GTH 5519 has been completely re-engineered, the FOPS grid has been used in the cabin structure underneath the glass, reducing the overall cab height to 6ft 4in and therefore decreasing the time needed to replace the glass.
The GTH 5519 has been redesigned to have a much more versatile and diverse use on the construction site with a lift power of 1,900 lb at 11 ft of horizontal reach. This adds 200 lb to the previous model. The engine is available either as a Deutz or Perkins engines that are compliant with the latest Tier 3 emissions regulations. The popular Genie telehandler rough terrain model uses new innovations in the hydraulics which have been upgraded. The auxiliary line flow now incorporates a reversible and continuous flow functionality using a three-position electrical switch as well as full proportional control which can also be adjusted with a dedicated manual flow control knob. This makes the Genie 5519 rough-terrain telehandler one of the best in its rance bringing new versatility and ease of use to an all ready key piece of machinery on the construction site.