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Leading The Way In Rotational Technology

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With the needs of construction sites constantly changing and a large focus on reducing management costs and improving vehicle productivity, Dieci Australia has invested in delivering a range of rotational telehandlers that match the evolving requests of their customers.

Designed and created in the same Italian region as Ferrari, Dieci rotating telehandlers are equally synonymous with quality as their on-road counterparts.

Versatile and powerful, these rotating telehandlers can complete tasks traditionally done by telehandlers, elevating work platforms (EWPs) and cranes as a single vehicle.

The Pegasus family is a benchmark in the construction sector for operators seeking maximum reliability and efficiency, combined with unparalleled safety control. Further characterised by extreme flexibility and robustness, these vehicles outperform many conventional telehandlers in terms of load capacity, reach and the choice of either 360° continuous or non-continuous 400° rotation.

Ranging from 3.8 tonne to 6.0 tonne, and with a maximum lift height of 25.5 metres, these vehicles can cover an operating area of up to 2,122 square metres and are easily maintainable thanks to the use of durable components and cutting-edge materials.

Three engine size choices guarantee optimised output and efficiency with high torque to ensure maximum performance. Full electronic engine control allows limited fuel consumption and reduced emissions.

According to Dieci Australia’s National Sales Manager, Tony Lockwood, there are many reasons as to why you should choose a Dieci rotating telehandler. A particular standout is their ability to perform as multifunctional vehicles thanks to a wide variety of accessories.

“Our telehandlers are ready for anything, as we are able to locally design, customise and manufacture attachments and machine options to ensure each telehandler is perfect for our customers and their specific application,”says Tony.

When equipped with a man basket, a telehandler can easily act as an aerial platform, also guaranteeing greater stability, load capacity, and work platform dimensions that can reach up to 6 metres.

Dieci telehandlers can also be fitted with a wide range of buckets for aggregates, floating forks, fork carriers, grabs, jibs, hooks, and centering handlers, just to name a few.

The Pegasus’ accurate and sensitive capacitive joystick with deadman sensor enables the turret rotation speed to be adjusted, while the automatic reversal system control makes it possible to travel with a 180° rotated turret for easy navigation inside narrow working areas.

These vehicles are designed to travel and lift with maximum stability and safety on level ground and off-road. An excellent self-levelling system, adaptive loading software and anti-crash system eliminate the risks caused by difficult ground conditions.

Dieci heavily invests in safety; therefore each telehandler has been manufactured to meet local Australian design and compliance standards. They also have an independent external engineer who signs off on every new machine or attachment that comes out, including attachments that they have developed themselves.

To further guarantee safety, an enhanced soft motion system is equipped to make all boom movements easy to control, reducing speed on approaching physical limits, or in pre-alarm conditions. Oscillation of the rear axle is automatically locked when the boom is raised, and the turret is rotated at more than 5°.

Each telehandler comes with a ROPS – FOPS approved cab with a roomy interior, luxurious air seats and powerful integrated air conditioning. These cabs are designed to significantly improve the working conditions and comfort of the operator.

Dieci rotating telehandlers are available across Australia through the Dieci Australia dealer network.

For more information, contact Dieci Australia on 1300 888 479 or visit www.dieciaustralia.com.au

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