Jcb 1-6m Lift Height Telehandler Max lift 3000kg

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Jcb 1-6m Lift Height Telehandler Max lift 3000kg Specification Download PDF brochure.

  • Make : JCB
  • Model : Jcb 1-6m Lift Height Telehandler Max lift 3000kg
  • Subcategory : 1-6m Lift Height Telehandler
  • Vehicle-Fuel-Type : Diesel
  • Maximum-Reach : 4.35
  • Condition : Used
  • Stock ID : 181


4x4 rear wheel steer
Aircon cab
Maximum Lift Capacity kg 3000
Capacity 2m Forwards Reach kg 2000
Maximum Lift Height mm 4350
Maximum Forwards Reach mm 2450
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Output kW 46
Turning Radius mm 3500
Unladen Weight kg 5500
Overall Height (std) mm 2300
Overall Width mm 1400
Ground Clearance at Lowest Point mm 125

Like no ordinary lift
truck, the Teletruk is
The JCB Teletruk has the short length and narrow width of
industrial counterbalanced lift trucks
Suited to yard duties in nurseries and builders merchants –
telescopic handlers are just too big
Does more than ordinary industrial lift trucks. Delivery flat beds
can be parked against a fence – Teletruk can load by reaching across
The two-wheel-drive TLT 30D High-Lift is pictured (top left)
stacking 1500kg capacity boxes to six high. Ideal for narrow-aisle work.
Capacity sufficient to lift two full 1500kg boxes to stack seven high
Load curtainsiders from one side – save up to 50% of your
loading area. Where yard space is really tight the benefits to your
business operation can be significant
50% less loading space
Loading a Semi trailer from only one side with a Teletruk allows the other
50% yard loading space to be utilised for other duties
Single-side loading allows improved management of yard space and
better site safety. Working areas for forklifts can now be separated
from pedestrian walkways
By fully utilising the benefit of forwards reach from one side of the lorry trailer,
the dangerous practise of conventional forklifts having to turn 90 degrees
round blind corners at the front or rear of the delivery vehicle is eliminated
When a delivery truck has to park at the kerbside on public highways,
there is no need to travel into the public highway to unload.
Therefore, no banksman is needed
Where single-side loading is already being done because of yard space
constraints, a Teletruk eliminates the need for awkward
slip-on fork-extenders or hydraulic pantograph extenders



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