MI 80

If you need to move loads weighing up to 8 tonnes, then Manitou designed the MI 80 D with you in mind. This forklift is powered by a Cummins heat engine so you can load and unload lorries and stack all types of things–pallets, bulks, big bags–up to 7 m in height.

Designed to stand the test of time and still remain perfectly operational, the MI 80 D helps you save both time and money by limiting maintenance downtime: parts are easily accessible, lubrication points are well distributed and hose run layouts have been optimised.

  • Design
  • Easy To Maintain
  • Easy To Use
  • Heavy Duty
  • Profitability
  • Robustness
  • Safety

Performances

Lifting height 3 m 9'10"
Lifting capacity 8000 kg 17637 lb
Drawbar pull 7200 dan 16186.2 lbf
Moving speed 28 kmh 17.3 mph
Mast inclination (front/rear) 6 ° / 12 ° )

Dimensions

Length (up to the back of the fork) 3.895 m 12'8"
Total length (fork included) 5.395 m 17'8"
Wheelbase length 2.5 m 8'2"
Width 2.165 m 7'1"
Fork carriage width 1.7 m 6'8"
Aisle width (with a 1000 x 1200 palette) 5.64 m 18.5
Aisle width (with a 800 x 1200 palette) 5.78 m 16.8
Height 2.7 m 8'7"
Weight (unladen) 11790 kg 25993 lb
Front axle weight (laden) 17670 kg 38956 lb
Front axle weight (unladen) 4870 kg 10737 lb
Rear axle weight (laden) 2120 kg 4673.8 lb
Rear axle weight (unladen) 6920 kg 15256 lb
Turning radius 3.63 m 11'11"
Ground clearance 0.339 m 1'1"
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Engine / Battery

Energy Diesel
Engine brand Deutz
Engine type Stage IV / Tier 4 Final
Engine manufacturer type TCD 3.6 L4
Power 115 ch 114 hp
Power 85 KW
Number of cylinders 4
Total capacity 3600 cm3 220 in3
Cooling Water
Transmission type Torque converter

Hydraulic

Pressure 195 bars

Other specifications

Number of wheels (front/rear) 4/2
Number of drive wheels (front/rear) 4/0
Standard mast type Duplex
Free lift (standard mast, lowered) 0.2 m 0'8"
Standard mast height (when raised) 2.7 m 8'10"
Standard mast height (when raised) 4.21 m 13'10"
Driving position noise levels 85 dB

Northern Lift Trucks offers you world-class machinery from leading manufacturers, supported by our After Sales Department.

To ensure you have full peace of mind throughout the lifetime of your machine, we can incorporate an ongoing maintenance contract.

Let your Northern Lift Trucks Sales Representative guide you through our tailor made purchase options to ensure you are shaking on the best deal, the best service and the best support!

Our Finance PartnersOur finance partners offer competitive asset based finance solutions. They combine customer focus with industry knowledge to deliver sustainable solutions for the complete asset life cycle.

They will manage all the procedures to make your process easier. Our experts guarantee a clear tailored solution without hidden costs.

Competitive Finance Schemes

Our finance partners can offer you competitive subsided rates and finance plans to suit every budget.

Contract Hire

Contract Hire allows you to commit to the usage of a machine for a fixed period of time.

Build in a maintenance contract & enjoy hassle free usage with fixed monthly costs.

This scheme involves the return of the equipment at the end of the contract so you have no worries about reselling the asset.
Need it for longer? We can build in the option to buy at the end of your contract, giving you first refusal.

This tax efficient method allows you to pay for usage of a machine while keeping existing credit lines intact so you can take advantage of any opportunities that may come your way or deal with costly obstacles that may occur; safeguarding your business for the future!

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  • We have been with Northern Lift Trucks since 1996 & are very satisfied with the level of service and expertise they offer combined with their backup. Mr Lowry, Dairy Farmer, Co. Antrim
  • Great buying experience & excellent sales team who were very good at explaining the machine to me & my sons, never in a rush and very pleasant. Mr Kelly, Beef & Sheep Farmer, Co. Londonderry
  • Service team & store staff are always very good to deal with should it be on the phone or on the farm. Mr McFarland, Dairy Farmer, Co. Tyrone
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