Telehandlers, or telescopic forklifts, are mainly outdoors.
Crane-like features including a telescopic arm able to lift items to a much greater height than typical forklifts.
Powered by LP, gas or diesel & drive on solid pneumatic tires. Perfect for agricultural projects. Max lift capacity of 10,000 lbs.
Telehandlers are utility lifting machines, usually mounted on a four-wheel drive chassis and equipped with a telescopic boom that can provide lift heights to 50 feet or more. Telehandlers most often are fitted with pallet forks for lifting materials on construction sites, but some models are designed also to handle buckets and other attachments.
What are telehandlers used for?
A telehandler is also called a telescopic handler, teleporter, or boom lift. It is similar to a forklift but has a boom, which makes it more like a crane than a forklift.
Telehandlers are widely used in the agriculture and construction industry. Most are fitted with pallet forks for lifting materials.
How much can a telehandler lift?
Common maximum lift capacities for rental telehandlers range from 4,400 to 12,000 pounds. Keep in mind that you cannot lift the maximum lift capacity to the maximum reach or maximum height of the telehandler, though.
What is the biggest telehandler?
Manitou launches world’s largest telehandler. Manitou has introduced what it describes as the world’s highest capcity telehandler. The 35 tonne capacity MHT-X 14350 was joined by three new flameproof mining machines at the Johannesburg Electra Mining exhibition in South Africa.
What is the function of counterweight in crankshaft?
Crankshaft counterweights are designed to offset (or balance) the inertia effect of a relatively heavy piston and connecting rod moving in both a rotational and reciprocating (up-and-down) fashion. The weight of the piston and connecting rod combination affects the size and placement of the counterweight.