TELESCOPIC TELEHANDLER FOR TRANSPORTATION
|Rated load weight (Min. distance from front wheels）
|Distance from fork center to front wheels
|Max. lifting weight
|Distance from lifting bolt to front wheels
|Max. liftinging height
|Max. front extension
|Max. running speed
|Max. climbing ability
|Stretch out time
|Max. lifting angle
|Length (Without forks)
|Distance between shafts
|Min. ground clearance
|Min.turning radius (Two wheels driving)
|Min.turning radius (Four wheels driving)
|Standard fork size
|Tire types (Front/Rear )
This machine, also called shooting boom forklift, TELESCOPIC HANDLER, MULTI-FUNCTION TELESCOPIC FORKLIFT, BOOM ARM LIFT, WHEEL TELESCOPIC FORKLIFT, reach forklift, etc. are a very powerful equipment. For example, you can have a platform attached onto the end of the beam to lift people and materials to a higer place to finish the complex maintenance and construction works saftly. You can use a pallet forks to loadand unload cargos, this can greatly rise the loading and unloading efficiency. You can use a Sweeper attached to clean the LED advertising screen and outer well glasses etc.
Compared to rough terrain vehicles, these machines with compact bodies, can move into the limited space to work.
With various body size, various lifting weights and heights, and increased maneuverability, our WHEEL TELEHANDLERS are good choices for tasks taking place in many areas that conventional rough terrain vehicles can’t access.
They are considered versatile since the boom can be extended in a variety of positions. This extension ability gives the telehandler an advantage over a forklift, which elevates loads only in a vertical direction and makes the telehandler closer to a crane regarding its application and operation.
The telehandlers are primarily used for lift-and-place works. As a result, you can attach some appropriative attachments on the boom to finish complex and dangerous tasks.
The boom on a telehandler can typically be elevated from a horizontal position to an angle of about 65 degrees, and the telescoping feature allows it to extend out as well. Depending on the type of boom used, the reach of a telehandler can often extend 14 meters and longer.
The operator can also use the frame tilt function to alter the lateral angle of the frame, usually by 20 degrees from the horizontal position. This adjustment can be especially effective when using a telehandler on rough land.
The rear steering wheel found in most telehandler cabs is useful for making tight turns when you select the “circle” steering option. The operator may also use “front” (two-wheel) steering or opt for the “crab” steering option, in which all four wheels move in the same direction, allowing for diagonal movement.
One of the most important aspects of operating a telehandler is noting the load capacity under various conditions. Unlike with a forklift, the load weight that a telehandler can transport is determined by some factors, including the boom angle, the boom extension, the type of lift attachment being used, and wind speed. The load capacity can vary by several thousand kgs based on these factors.
If there is no enough workers to cooperate, the remote controlling type telehandler is a very good choice, means all the works can be accomplished by one person including machine operating and finishing the specific tasks. The electrical telehandler fits the nowadays trend as the environmental protection requirements are becoming more and more strict.
Several steps before you use the telehandlers.
Step1. According to your task, ground grade, wind speed, attachments, choose a suitable machine model. See the parameters, loading diagrams and the overall size of the machine. The overload is prohibited.
2. Install the attachment onto the end of the boom, make sure all the nuts are screwed tightly and the oil pipes well connecting without leaking.
3.Check all the functions to make sure all of them can move smoothly without abnormal sounds.
4.The other requirement please fellow the introductions.