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Buying a Telehandler

You must get a telehandler if you require a versatile piece of heavy equipment that can lift, position, push, and pull. A telehandler, sometimes referred to as a telescope, a zoom boom, or a reach forklift, is the ideal tool for many different professions.

For warehouses and construction sites that require substantial load bearing capacity gear to lift and transport weights up to 12,000 lbs, their standalone use is crucial. Telehandlers may be equipped with a wide variety of accessories, which increases the amount of work they can handle.

When equipped with the appropriate attachments, telehandlers may be used for lifting and transporting objects and earth, elevating work workers, removing debris, and even removing snow.

There are a few factors you need to be aware of and take into consideration when choosing the best telehandler for your business. The environment in which you will be utilising your telehandler, the weight bearing capacity you will need to hoist, and the general use of your telehandler must all be identified. You may reduce your options for model and attachments by taking these factors into account.

Telehandlers Types

There are two main types of telehandlers – fixed boom telehandlers and rotating telehandlers. 


Fixed Boom Telehandlers

The most popular and original kind of telehandler is this one. They feature a fixed built-in cab and a telescopic boom that points forward and can be raised and lowered to meet your elevation requirements. Fixed boom telehandlers have a greater load bearing capability, but their mobility is constrained by their capacity to hoist more weight. Fixed boom telehandlers are used to carry and raise building items around a job site, industrial products around a storage yard, and pallets inside of warehouses.

Fixed boom telehandlers are now thought of as a stronger and more adaptable forklift due to its ease of lifting and moving numerous sorts of loads and items.

Fixed boom telehandlers offer robust features that let you use them in a variety of settings, on a variety of terrain, and for a diversity of lifting tasks, minor or significant or in between.

Rotating Telehandlers

Telehandlers that rotate are built more for mobility than for strength. They still outperform standard forklifts in terms of power and adaptability, but they lack the same strength as fixed boom telehandlers.

These telehandlers, which are more contemporary designs than fixed boom telehandlers, were created as a response to the demand for more lifting capacity on construction sites and industrial material yards, as well as the requirement to access higher places. They include a fully rotating cab and boom that enhances manoeuvrability and enables greater reach in confined locations.

Rotating telehandlers are far more efficient in moving and lifting at typical heights in addition to their height and reach capabilities. With a rotating telehandler, you can simply pick up pallets or other materials on one side and lay them down on the other without having to change the machine’s body, which is necessary with a traditional forklift to transfer pallets from right to left. Similar to a narrow-aisle forklift, this is extremely helpful in confined situations where a standard forklift cannot turn around.

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