Four of JCB’s telescopic handlers now complement the company’s existing hire fleet of more than 400 machines, ranging from 5.14m self-propelled micro scissor lifts to 41m booms.
The telehandlers, part of JCB’s Loadall range, offer another powered access solution when loads need to be moved to or from unconventional or unreachable places.
They can also offer a practical alternative to cranes if loads need to be placed on high places such as rooftops and, with 4WD as standard, they offer plenty of traction and performance even in soft, muddy areas.
The largest of the telehandlers available is a JCB 540-170, with a maximum lift height of 16.7m.
The 535-125 Hi-Viz and 535-140 Hi-Viz Loadalls offer lift heights of 12.28m and 13.78m respectively while the smallest of the quartet – the 531-70 – has a lift height of 7m.
The Loadalls use JCB’s EcoMAX engine and are designed for ultimate manoeuvrability with three different steer modes.
Two-wheel steer is ideal for travelling at high speed on the road, four-wheel steer is used for working in tight spaces, and crab steer is perfect for manoeuvring close to walls and buildings.
Click on the link to browse the range of telehandlers for hire from Prolift Access and see their full specifications.