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Hours of use 4175 h Maximum lift capacity 3,500 kg Maximum lift height 4,400 mm Other information Refurbished TLT 35D, Partial Cabin, Forks and Side-Shift

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Gunn JCB Ltd
Altrincham, United Kingdom

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JCB TLT35D MERCHANT MASTER - EX DEMONSTRATOR, 2WD, T4 ENGINE, SEMI SOLID TYRES, STANDARD HEIGHT PARTIAL CAB, VINYL SEAT, 5 SPOOL VALVE BLOCK, 3 LEVERS AND BUTTON CONTROL, LOAD GUARD. C/W PALLET FORKS, LOCATION: CHAPELTOWN. 270 HOURS AS PER LIVELINK 17/10/17

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Sheffield, United Kingdom

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JCB TLT35D Teletruck

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Bedfordshire, United Kingdom

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Export available & UK delivery at extra cost Price plus VAT

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BM Plant Sales Ltd
Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

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DIRECT FROM WORK, PREVIOUSLY WORKING WITH BALE CLAMP, OFFERED AS IS WITHOUT ATTACHMENTS

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Warwick Ward (Machinery) Ltd
Barnsley, United Kingdom

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DIRECT FROM WORK, PREVIOUSLY WORKED WITH BALE CLAMP, OFFERED AS IS WITHOUT ATTACHMENT Price:

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Warwick Ward (Machinery) Ltd
Barnsley, United Kingdom

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JCB TLT35G Year 2011 Gas Sideshift 4.35m lift height [email protected] capacity Forks LOLER Container spec

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Gwynedd Forklifts
Conwy, NORTH WALES, United Kingdom

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100 mth DEMO teletruk, excellent condition. 2WD, forks 1200 mm with sideshift, heated full cab, engine Kohler 62KM, road lights, tyres 95%

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Interhandler
Toruń, Poland

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4 Wheel Drive, Diesel, Sideshift, 16.5' Max Boom Height, Standard Pneumatic Tires, Enclosed Cab.

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LEAVITT MACHINERY (M)
Spokane, Washington

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New Teletruck 4x4 with cab and A/C.

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SCHOLTENS EQUIPMENT INC
Lynden, Washington

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ITWS MDT Traction Tire (solid flex) Standard Height Partial Cab 4 Spool Valve Block Forward/Reverse Hand Control 1067 mm long forks American language pack Compact Vinyl Seat Angle Indicator on carriage Side-shift quick connect carriage Quick Release Hydraulic Couplings Reverse Alarm

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The JCB TLT35D telescopic forklift has productivity built in. A fully enclosed hydrostatic drive system eliminates exposed drive shaft and external brake problems, while the 4WD option is unique to JCB and is perfect for worksites where traction is limited. Because this forklift doesn’t have a...

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Warrington, Pennsylvania

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7,000 LB Teletruk, 95.5' reach, 4WD, brand new air tires & spare set of worn foam filled tires included, full cab, fully adjustable suspension seat, lights, full time all wheel drive, backup alarm, dealer maintained, "rent ready" condition. Max Forward Reach: 96

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4 Wheel Drive, Diesel, Sideshift, 16.5' Max Boom Height, Standard Pneumatic Tires, Enclosed Cab.

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LEAVITT MACHINERY (M)
Spokane, Washington

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173" lift, 48" Forks, Fork Positioner, Diesel

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Provincial Lift Truck Inc.
KITCHENER, Ontario, Canada

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4 Wheel Drive, Diesel, 16.5' Max Boom Height, Sideshift and Fork Positioner, 48" Forks, Enclosed Cab, Foam Filled Tires

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LEAVITT MACHINERY (M)
Boise, Idaho

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4 Wheel Drive, Diesel, 16.5' Max Boom Height, Enclosed Cab, Foam Filled Tires

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Telehandlers

It’s difficult to believe that telehandlers were only invented 35 years ago to remove the need for labourers to carry hod loads of bricks and mortar up ladders. Today these machines can place pallets of bricks weighing a tonne or more on scaffolding some 17m in the air. The bigger models with lift heights above around 9m are fitted with stabilisers and inclinometers to ensure stability.

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Telehandlers

It’s difficult to believe that telehandlers were only invented 35 years ago to remove the need for labourers to carry hod loads of bricks and mortar up ladders. Today these machines can place pallets of bricks weighing a tonne or more on scaffolding some 17m in the air. The bigger models with lift heights above around 9m are fitted with stabilisers and inclinometers to ensure stability.

Over the years additional functions have added to the telehandler’s capabilities including the advent of rotating telehandler which has a rotating upper structure similar to that of an excavator. Lift heights with the bigger rotating models now passes 20m and some can be fitted with a jib, leading some people to use them in place of a crane for lightweight lifting duties.

 

Overview

The latest trend in telehandlers is the ‘2x2’ machine which are less than 2m high and 2m wide. This allows these little machines to work inside buildings either for materials handling or demolition purposes. 

Attachments such as bucket, sweepers, concrete mixing drums, grabs, clamps and even assess platform have also enhanced the telehandler’s capabilities to a point where it is usually one of the first machines on many construction sites and one of the last to leave. 
Manufacturers in this market include JCB, Merlo, Manitou, Wacker Neuson, Bobcat, Terex (Genie), New Holland, Dieci, JLG, Caterpillar, Haulotte, Case, Skyjack, Senebogen, Sunward, Gehl, Mecalac, John Deere and Schaffer.

How to Choose a Telehandler

The emergence of telehandlers has transformed the world of materials handling. What used to be the domain of the forklift or the front-loader tractor is increasingly being occupied by these purpose-built machines. One of the main benefits the telehandler has over other machines is increased height and reach. This makes them an excellent choice where materials need to be stacked right up to roof height, and they can also provide a lot of flexibility by their ability to reach over obstacles and place or retrieve loads far to the back of a loading space. This is also useful when it comes to efficiently loading vehicles.

Placing loads far forward of the wheels, reaching high into roof spaces and extending over obstacles are all features that many operators value, as is the ability to load or unload an entire trailer from just one side. Many also use their telehandlers for access platform work in gutter clearing and the like. The four-wheel steering offered by many telehandlers is another feature that makes them hugely manoeuvrable and useful to have around in tight spaces. The hydrostatic and torque converter transmissions are also extremely efficient in switching the telehandler from forward to reverse in rapid and repetitive operations far more easily than a standard clutch. Many telehandlers can now handle loads of up to four tonnes, making them ideal for heavier jobs.

Telescopic handlers are now available in a wide variety of configurations and capacities, from the compact mini telehandler to the heavyweight artic. As far as layout goes, the design seems to have settled on a configuration with an offset cab, with this often being balanced by the installation of the engine on the opposing side of the unit. This set-up has the benefit of keeping the loading weight in check by moving the boom pivot point as far to the rear as possible. This does away with the need for a balancing counter-weight in most situations, freeing up the telehandler from unproductive baggage.

The design also means that the operator enjoys clear vision on threes sides of the telehandler, and it also provides easy access for service technicians, meaning that the telehandler spends as little time as possible in the workshop. It also means that self-service access points are easily reached by the operator. The offset cab offers easy access - something that becomes a boon when operations mean that the driver often has to get in and out of the machine. It also gives the machine a low centre of gravity and an excellent feeling of stability. It does, however, mean that the cab is constrained and a little narrower than it would be in a more standard cab on top set-up.

Thankfully, many manufacturers offer a standard central cab option and also the choice of rigid or articulated chassis. The trade-off here, however, is that the design places the boom directly in front of the operator, which obviously results in a restricted view. There is also a choice of permanent or selectable four-wheel-drive boom suspension for more comfortable transport.