Redesigned Merlo Rotating Telehandler Cab Enhances Operator Comfort and Safety

Merlo redesigned the cab of its Roto MCSS rotating telehandler line, featuring a modular design with 360° views and a new air venting and filtration system to optimize operator comfort and safety.

The wide cabs are engineered with unique mounts to reduce vibration. Seats offer independent suspension, and the split door opens a full 180°. Merlo’s Roto MCSS models offer a 360° slewing turret, independent and jacking stabilizers, and the capacity to lift and move loads at height.

All the electronic and hydraulic lines are enclosed within the boom itself, and it is engineered to eliminate flex and any risk of damage. The Roto MCSS models can adapt to a variety of attachments, including man baskets and space system. Mounting and locking operations of the Tac-Lock system is controlled from the cab.

Depending on the model, Roto MCSS lift height range from 20,7 - 30.5 m (68’ to 100’), with a reach from 17.6 - 25.3 m (58’ - 83’). Maximum operating capacities range from 4,000 - 4,535 kg (8,820 – 10,000 lbs). They have the most compact footprint with 8.3 m (26’8”) length by 2.49 m (8’2”) width, or 5.26 m (17’3”) with stabilizers extended.

Safety features include 2 real-time safety systems: the Merlo Local Interactive Network (MerLIN) electronic machine management program that displays the position of the machine’s center of gravity and how it moves, and the Merlin Continuous Slew Safety (MCSS) system, which automatically and continuously checks the forces acting upon the 4 independent stabilizer pads. The stabilizers, which can operate only partially extended, can be configured for the terrain and slope of the jobsite. Safety features also include self-levelling hydro-pneumatic pumps, and headlights installed on the turret.

Source: Manulift EMI Ltd.

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