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SANY unveil innovative range of telehandlers

The 14m SANY STH1440
The 14m SANY STH1440

First two machines in highly anticipated range of telehandlers launched in the UK and Ireland

SANY have announced the launch of their highly anticipated range of telehandlers in the UK and Ireland. This strategic move signals SANY’s commitment to further expanding their footprint in this region while delivering cutting-edge solutions to meet the evolving needs of the construction sector.

Designed to deliver unparalleled performance, comfort, and safety, SANY’s telehandlers offer a comprehensive solution for material handling tasks across a wide range of applications. Whether lifting heavy loads or efficiently manoeuvring materials on site, SANY telehandlers are engineered to excel in diverse working environments.

 

The first two machines to launch in the series are the STH1440 (14m) and STH1840 (18m) models, with a 7m variant planned for release later this year.

Equipped with an efficient Stage V 55kW/74hp Deutz engine, these machines are designed to maximize the return on investment. The engine is free of after treatment and greatly reduces maintenance and running costs. The engine Stop Start technology also reduces fuel consumption and the time to the next service which has set intervals at 500h to minimize operating costs.

Productivity is maximized by the three selectable steering modes (two wheel, four wheel, and crab), offering the ultimate in manoeuvrability, and with a variety of attachments and configurations available, operators are able to tackle a versatile range of tasks with ease and efficiency.

SANY telehandlers are also well equipped to allow operators to work in optimum conditions whatever the requirements of the job. The ROPS/FOPS cab of the telehandler series has been designed in Germany and provides maximum comfort due to numerous standard features such as the 10in touchscreen display with encoder control and intuitive user navigation.

The adjustable suspension seat provides a more comfortable ride and the inclinable and telescopic steering column allows the operator to make adjustments to find the perfect operating position. Other standard features include proportional single lever control with auto rev/min, air-conditioning, radio with Bluetooth and USB connector, heated rear screen, sunblind, storage compartments and cup and bottle holders.

Enhanced safety features are already included ex-works on both models in the new range. A load-management system monitors the load of the machine to prevent instability and when carrying loads will limit speeds for safety and improved load retention.

Also included is a reversing camera with distance sensor, which is automatically activated when the reverse gear is engaged, a safety switch that prevents any vehicle movement when the operator is not seated, as well as hose burst safety check valves fitted on all lift cylinders, to stop collapse in the event of a failure or damage. The option of screen and roof guards is also available to protect the cabin glass.

Commenting on the launch, Phil Boddy, European telehandler product manager at SANY, said: ‘We are thrilled to introduce our range of telehandlers to the UK market, representing a significant milestone in SANY's expansion strategy. With our unwavering commitment to innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction, we are confident that SANY telehandlers will set new benchmarks for performance, safety, and operator comfort, empowering our customers to achieve greater success in their operations.’

SANY’s telehandlers are now available to purchase through their network of dealer partners across the UK and Ireland. All SANY telehandlers are registered and protected with the CESAR Datatag Scheme and CESAR ECV for quick and easy verification of emissions category, and they also come with a three-year/3,000h warranty for complete peace of mind. 

 

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