Magirus Turntable ladders

Over 150 years ago, as our founder Conrad Dietrich Magirus invented the first free-standing, mobile turntable ladder, it was a revolution, on which still drives our company’s development to this very day. This revolution has become a story of evolution to write each day. Today most fire-fighters and disaster responders still rely on Magirus turntable ladders. Perhaps because we constantly continue to develop them with new ideas, make major and minor changes, and equip them with the most innovative technologies available.

M27L
  • Rescue height: 25.5 m
  • Operating height: 27 m
  • Rescue cage RC300: 3 persons
M32L
  • Rescue height: 30.5 m
  • Working height: 32 m
  • Rescue cage RC300: 3 persons
M32L-AS
  • Rescue height: 30.5 m
  • Working height: 32 m
  • Rescue cage RC300: 3 persons
M39L
  • VARIO jacking system
  • Large-volume equipment locker and podium set-up
  • Generous LED interior lighting
M42L
  • Rescue height: 40 m
  • Working height: 42 m
  • Rescue cage RC300: 3 persons
M42L-AS
  • Rescue height: 40.7 m
  • Working height: 42.2 m
  • Rescue cage RC300: 3 persons
M55L
  • Rescue height: 53.5 m
  • Operating height: 55 m
  • Rescue cage RC300: 3 persons
M60L
  • Rescue height: 58 m
  • Working height: 60 m
  • Rescue cage RC300: 3 persons
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