Italian Telehandler engineered for Australian conditions

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Updated: April 11, 2014

The new Dieci Apollo 25.6 Telehandler is compact, versatile and tailor-made for the toughest of Australian conditions, including those found in mining, construction, agriculture and forestry.

Inspired by the best in Italian engineering, the next generation Apollo 25.6 features a sealed radiator compartment for less dust and clogging, a tough damage resistant composite door, lowered boom for improved visibility and safety and a newly-designed split bonnet for improved access for service and maintenance.

According to Paul Jenkins, Director of Dieci Telehandlers, “The Apollo 25.6 has been specifically-engineered for Australia’s rugged and unforgiving conditions. With its sealed radiator that will prevent dust and dirt clogging the engine, to improved air conditioning for improved operator comfort when working in hot and dusty environments and the modular split bonnet for fast maintenance access, the Apollo 25.6 is in a class of its own.”

The starter battery on the Apollo 25.6 has been repositioned to enable easier access for servicing and maintenance and safety has been further enhanced with new shielding added on the exhaust.

This Apollo 25.6 also comes with a lockable tool box for improved on-site security of equipment and tools and an innovative forward and reverse control on the joystick as a standard inclusion.

“This new feature allows the operator to control the forward and reverse movement of the machine without having to take their hand off the joy stick and use a gear change lever. This provides far more driver ease of use, less fatigue and more driver comfort,” explained Paul

“Whether your jobsite is in the Pilbara, Tasmania or western Sydney, the new generation Apollo 25.6 telehandler has the attributes to handle anything you throw at it.”

For more information about Dieci Telehandlers, go to http://www.dieci.com.au/products/elevated-work-platforms