How much can a JCB Loadall lift?

The industry leading 508-66TC Loadall offers incredible reach of 66 feet and a maximum capacity of 8,500 lb, making this machine a highly efficient alternative…

What engine is in a JCB 530-70?

Perkins engine
This telehandler is built to provide up to 79kW or 105 horse power, delivered from its powerful Perkins engine to the 6.8t 530-70 machine. The JCB 530-70 can be grouped in the smallest machine segment in the telehandlers category. 15.5/80-24 is the size of standard tyres equipped on this JCB 530-70 telehandler. Max.

What weight is a JCB 530-70?

The total weight of this JCB 530-70 is 6900 kg and the dimensions are 5.00 x 2.25 x 2.50.

How wide is a JCB Loadall?

Machine model 535-125 m (ft-in) A Overall height 2.59 (8-6) B Overall width (over tyres)* 2.35 (7-9) C Inside width of cab 0.94 (3-3) D Front track 1.90 (6-3) E Wheelbase 2.75 (9-0) F Overall length to front tyres 4.83 (15-10) *Dependant upon tyre specified.

What is the biggest JCB telehandler?

Earlier this month, JCB unveiled its highest-capacity telescopic handler at its facility in Savannah, Ga. The 16,000-lb. capacity 516-42 telehandler handles loads up to 42’6”.

Where is the JCB Loadall made?

Savannah, Georgia
JCB is bringing production of the popular 505-20TC Loadall compact telescopic handler to its North American headquarters and manufacturing facility near Savannah, Georgia.

Where is the battery on a JCB Loadall?

Under the hood of the JCB 525-60E Loadall With the conventional engine and transmission removed, JCB has installed a 24kWh lithium-ion battery in the engine bay to the right of the chassis.

Can I drive a telehandler on the road?

What do I need to drive a telehandler on the road? The vehicle must be registered and licensed. The most appropriate category is as an agricultural vehicle, so you can obtain a tax disc at no cost. But this will limit its use on the road to agricultural activity.

Is JCB a commercial vehicle?

JCB is a non-transport, construction equipment vehicle. Person holding licence to drive Light Motor Vehicle is authorized to drive JCB.

What do you call a JCB?

Actually, the name of this vehicle is ‘Backhoe Loader’, which is called Backhoe Loader.

Who make engines for JCB?

“The decision to partner with Kohler to develop engines for JCB compact machines was driven by the synergy in the technologies used by JCB and Kohler to achieve stringent Tier 4 Final emissions legislation,” said Alan Tolley, JCB’s director of engine programs.

Where is JCB equipment made?

But it was the decision to start manufacturing in India in 1979 that heralded a period of global expansion as Anthony Bamford spotted the potential of this market. Today JCB has factories in New Delhi, Pune and Jaipur and India is now JCB’s biggest market behind the UK.

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