A Versatile Investment
Terex's Genie telehandlers are able to transport, position and raise things with ease and precision, making these an ideal option for both small and large tasks. Offering high performance while being easy to maneuver, these machines are available with many attachments. Genie telehandlers meet the numerous requirements of the majority of masonry, farming, landscape and construction applications. Their models are an asset to any fleet. Genie telehandlers enjoy a solid reputation within the industry of being able to meet and exceed the requirements of even the harshest working settings.
The operator comfort begins with the large cab which provides tilt steering. Operators could easily become comfortable with the multi-function joystick precise positioning technology. This feature provides easy maneuverability in a fast way with little effort from the operator.
Multi-Function at Multiple Sites
The 4-wheel drive and infinitely variable hydrostatic transmission allow Genie telehandlers to operate on practically any worksite. There are 3 steering modes, including coordinated, front wheel and crab steer which provide increased maneuverability with a tight turning radius.
The auxiliary hydraulics can be simply tailored by the operators in order to meet the right requirements of the particular attachment being chosen. The Genie GTH-5519 telehandler is equipped with a standard auxiliary hydraulic system. This offers complete reversible flow and proportional or continuous flow to the boom tip.
Designed For Serviceability
Terex equipment are engineered for serviceability. They offer interchangeable components which are common, along with easy to access, no-tool access to daily inspection points in order to make Genie telehandlers as straightforward to service as they are to use.
The telehandlers made by Genie are compact and lightweight, allowing for easier transport to the workplace and better maneuverability while performing specific tasks. The Genie GTH-5519 is built to boost mobility and completes the task in tight areas. These telehandlers have the lift capacity to raise as much as 5000 lbs. or 2500 kilograms.