JCB Unveils Its Tallest Telehandler, the Rotating 512-83R
JCB goes greater and taller with its new eight-story-high rotating telehandler, the 512-83R, which it calls three machines in a single.
JCB says it could additionally function a crane or be outfitted as an aerial work platform.
The telehandler has a max raise peak of 83 toes and a max raise capability of 12,000 kilos.
The corporate designed the machine for the altering jobsite by which bigger hundreds have to be lifted to better heights. JCB has modular residence and constructing development in thoughts for the 512-83R, but in addition says it may be used for any development web site coping with suspended hundreds. It can be designed for the rental market, with easy, intuitive controls, and can be utilized for infrastructure initiatives, reminiscent of bridge work, or in city areas with little area.
“It is excellent for lifting and inserting supplies, panels and modular elements at peak in a really secure method and in a very productive method,” mentioned Tim Burnhope, JCB chief innovation and progress officer.
JCBThe telehandler delivers steady 360-degree rotation and is designed for quick setup, as its outriggsers might be routinely prolonged in 26 seconds and retracted. “In contrast to the cellular crane, the [512-83R] can be arrange on the location quickly with outriggers that may be deployed, saved and leveled on the contact of a button,” Burnhope mentioned through the product’s on-line unveiling.
The telehandler can be operated by distant management.
Out there attachments embody pallet forks, rotating forks, winches, a lifting hook and a light-duty bucket. The attachments use radio-frequency identification, or RFID, so the right load chart for the instrument routinely pops up on the telehandler’s 7-inch display screen.
JCBThe four-section growth with one telescopic cylinder has a low profile for higher operator visibility. A digicam might be mounted to its head, so the operator can see higher when inserting hundreds at peak. The growth can raise as much as 4,400 kilos to max peak and as much as 660 kilos at full horizontal attain, which is 70 toes.
The telehandler runs on a 145-horsepower JCB EcoMax diesel engine and a two-speed hydrostatic transmission. It might probably journey up to 25 mph and has three steering modes. Turning radius is below 10 toes. 4-wheel drive is accessible for off-road work.
JCBThe engine and the machine’s service factors have been positioned at floor degree for straightforward entry. Service intervals are at 500 hours. Seating choices can be found for the cab. Work lights and digicam kits are optionally available. A five-year subscription to JCB LiveLink telematics is commonplace.
JCB says it’s at present taking orders for the 512-83R.