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Telehandler with extra stability

The Merlo P50.18Plus telehandler has a lift height of 58 feet 5 inches, a reach of 44 feet and load capacity of 11,000 pounds.

It has front axles with mounted independent stabilizers yet is compact at 20 feet 4 inches x 8 feet 1 inch x 8 feet 3 inches, even when stabilizers are deployed.

Merlo P50.18Plus telehandler
The Merlo P50.18Plus telehandler has a lift height of 58 feet 5 inches, a reach of 44’, and load capacity of 11,000 pounds.

Lighter in mass than similar machines, its unladed weight is 29,300 pounds and offers high ground clearance, hydrostatic transmission, 4 WD, 102 horsepower Deutz engine and  accepts a number of attachments. Boom side-shift and frame leveling are standard and can be engaged with or without using the stabilizers. 

When the independent stabilizers are engaged, the P50.18Plus safely moves and places more weight than machines without. On uneven ground, this feature ensures extra stability for continuous productivity. The stabilizers retract close to the front axle for unimpeded maneuverability. 

The cab features Plug & Play  electronics, a FOPS/ROPS-certified cab with more than  42 square feet of window space. Boom side shift, frame leveling, stabilizer deployment, and machine shuttle are only a button away from the joystick, ensuring seamless operator control. 

The Adaptive Stability Control System (ACSC) recognizes the attachment and measures the magnitude of the load being handled in real time. Depending on the attachment in use, the ACSC will vary machine response, working with the operator to ensure continuous safe machine movements.



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