MANITOU MT420H TELEHANDLER
A super-compact design makes the MT420H Telehandler the smallest telehandler in the Manitou MT lineup. Its unique compactness makes it an excellent choice for building and remodeling projects since it permits access via tight openings and constrained places. Its small turning radius and three steering modes (4WS/2WS/Crab) enable it to navigate effortlessly. The MT420H is equipped with a four-wheel drive, Manitou’s famous JSM joystick control, and the newest Manitou LMI (Load Moment Indicator) consistent with EN15000 standards and has new Active Mode Regulation.
Performance and Fuel Economy
The Manitou MT420H Telehandler includes a low boom pivot point that allows for excellent all-around visibility from the operator’s seat, a quick start-up (only 10 seconds from start to drive), a single double-acting hydraulic service up the boom as standard (with a second available as an option), and well-protected hydraulic pipework. It is possible to add air conditioning as an add-on.
Regular maintenance may be performed with ease by lifting the lockable top-hinged hood. This provides easy access to the engine dipstick and the air filter, hydraulic oil filter, and coolant top-up. Additionally, by removing a lower panel and swinging out the cooler pack, easier servicing access is available to equipment such as the starter motor, hydraulic and hydrostatic pumps, and other similar components. The MT420H Buggy is equipped with a hydraulic fan drive as standard. There is an option of a reversing fan for usage in very dusty environments. An additional option for the new ultra-compact telehandler is the Easy Manager telematics system from Manitou, which delivers crucial location, operational, and management information.
- Height: 1.97 m
- Length: 3.64 m
- Width: 1.49 m
Engine type: Kubota, Stage V, 2607-CR-E5
MANITOU MT420H TELEHANDLER Factory Service Manual
The Manitou service manual is an extensive book, covering every vehicle operation and maintenance element. It is recommended that a MANITOU MT420H TELEHANDLER shop manual be included with every repair.
MANITOU MT420H TELEHANDLER repair manuals are intended for technicians, and dealerships regularly maintain and repair vehicles. The owner may use these service instructions to verify that any maintenance or repairs are done properly every occasion.
Design, Comfort, and Quality
The MT 420 H New Buggy is very intuitive and simple to use, and it comes with a variety of attachments that provide users with the type of adaptability required on a construction site. In addition to the conventional equipment with forks, Manitou provided a choice of attachments from a catalog of more than 100 references, continually updated and expanded.
The MT 420 H New Buggy is fitted with a Manitou tool holder standard on the brand. Manitou has approved the attachments, which satisfy all current criteria and optimize your earnings when the total cost of ownership (TCO) is calculated. The MT 420 H New Buggy is the only machine on the market, thanks to its lifting capacity of 4.30m / 2.0 tonne and its small size. It is the only machine of its kind on the market. Its adaptability is a true advantage that will boost the vehicle’s resale value.
MANITOU MT420H TELEHANDLER — Owner’s Manual
The MANITOU MT420H operator manual contains important information on the vehicle’s future operation and maintenance.
- Safety and security
- Operation of each component
- Interior Features
- Maintenance and care
- Vehicle specifications
This owner’s manual, written just for owners, will explain when and how to use their vehicle’s numerous features and functions in detail.
A Heavy Duty Machine
The new MT420H has a maximum lift capability of 2,000kg and a maximum lift height of 4.3m, making it ideal for heavy-duty applications. The machine also can extend out to a maximum forward reach of 2.6m, with an 800kg capacity. The rough-terrain MT420H Buggy is equipped with a highly controllable two-speed hydrostatic transmission powered by a 36.5kW (49hp) Kubota four-cylinder diesel engine that is Stage IIIA emissions compliant and does not require the use of a DPF (diesel particulate filter) or a diesel exhaust fluid such as AdBlue. Due to its low height (1.9m when equipped with a tiny beacon) and thin width (1.49m), paired with three-mode steering (including crab steer), the vehicle may be maneuvered into very tight locations.
The MT 625’s cab is shared by the 420 H New Buggy and the MT 625. The workplace area is big and well-designed from an ergonomic standpoint. All of the controls are within reach and easily accessible. The hydrostatic transmission, which has a gear shift on the JSM, allows for more flexibility and pinpoint accuracy. It is possible to enter the cab without using a footboard. It’s simple to get used to the engine start-up and the JSM joystick controls.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the purpose of a telehandler?
To handle and move materials
What else is a telehandler called?
Cherry picker, lull, or teleporter
Who invented the telehandler?
Joseph Cyril Bamford, founder of JCB