Genie® GTH™-844 Telehandler

Now Available with New 74-hp High Torque Engine
The Genie® GTH™-844 rough terrain telehandler now comes with a 74-hp, Tier 4 final engine option. Boasting 287 lb ft of torque, the Deutz® turbocharged 3.6 l engine offers similar torque as higher horsepower engine packages with reduced maintenance needs, as there is no regeneration or diesel exhaust fluid (DEF).

In addition to the new 74-hp version, Genie continues to offer a 99-hp Deutz 3.6 l diesel engine, as well as a 99-hp Perkins turbocharged diesel engine.

With the engine update to the GTH-844 model, Genie also took the opportunity to update other components, including the axles. This machine now comes standard with Dana axles, which have 2 gear ratios that are performance matched to each engine size. Also, the GTH-844 telehandler is equipped with new standard features that enhance the customer’s experience with the machine.

An optional rear proximity alarm on the GTH-844 telehandler can be used to supplement the operator’s direct and indirect visibility, such as when looking in the path of travel or using the machine’s mirrors when maneuvering on the jobsite. This alarm gives the operator an audible and visual indication of obstacles within the detection range of the sensor when the machine is reversing.

The GTH-844 telehandler continues to be the same popular machine it has always been – an ideal tool for loading and unloading, moving and placing and jobsite preparation and cleanup. It features an impressive 3,629 kg maximum lift capacity, a 13.36 m maximum lift height and a 8.59 m maximum forward reach to get jobs done right the first time. And, there is no stopping this powerful performer: Full-time 4-wheel drive and 4-wheel steering enable operators to traverse easily on hills and in rough terrain. Its proportional frame-leveling chassis with dual cylinders allows operators to pick or place loads up to 10° on side slopes, and its multi-functional, proportional joystick gives operators fast, precise load positioning capabilities.

With a width of 247.7 cm and a height of 239 cm, this telehandler can fit through tighter doorways and openings and can be transported without a special over-width permit. Combined with this narrow width and an outside turning radius of only 419 cm, the new Dana axles make the unit easier to steer and maneuver around any worksite.

Source: Terex Corporation

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