A JCB telescopic handler is fit with a tough inverted U-shaped boom pressing with fully welded closing plates. For extra strength, the number of joints and stress points has been reduced across the integrated boom nose and one-piece closing plate.
The boom is mounted low in the chassis, providing a rigid structure and maximum over-the-shoulder visibility. Hoses are routed through the boom for maximum protection, while boom overlaps of up to 3.2ft ensure ultimate strength and durability.
Side-mounted, recessed engine hoods and fold-up rear lights are designed to avoid on-site damage to your telescopic handler. For comprehensive long-term corrosion protection, the cab is dipped in electrophoretic alloy before painting it.
The JCB telescopic handler range’s stringent testing program has included prolonged high stress loading of the chassis, boom and other key components, as well as repeated transmission use over thousands of cycles.
The Tier 4 Final engine builds on the proven success of the JCB EcoMax platform. Since the start of the engine program we have achieved over 200,000 hours of testing across the toughest applications and environments.
Every JCB telehandler benefits from a one-piece fully welded chassis which maximizes strength and minimizes weight.
JCB makes its own hydraulic cylinders, cabs, axles, transmissions and engines – all designed to work in perfect harmony for optimum reliability.
JCB telescopic handlers boast 500hrs extended service intervals and simplified maintenance procedures, and with our worldwide dealer network you have a ‘one stop shop’ for parts and service.
These units remain highly desirable long after their initial purchase. So much so that, throughout the world, JCB telescopic handlers can boast premium residual values.