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2003 JCB TELEHANDLER 540-170

  • Location: United Kingdom
  • Model: 2003
  • Condition: Used
  • Hours: 80,328


  • Location: United Arab Emirates
  • Model: 2015
  • Condition: Used
  • Hours: 0


  • Location: United Arab Emirates
  • Model: 2018
  • Condition: Used
  • Hours: 6,000


  • Location: United Arab Emirates
  • Model: 2018
  • Condition: Used
  • Hours: 6,000


  • Location: India
  • Model: 2016
  • Condition: Used
  • Hours: 1,022

2012 JCB Telehandler 540-170 , Great condition

  • Location: United Arab Emirates
  • Model: 2012
  • Condition: Used
  • Hours: 4,000


  • Location: United Arab Emirates
  • Model: 2007
  • Condition: Used
  • Hours: 10,000


  • Location: United Arab Emirates
  • Model: 2008
  • Condition: Used
  • Hours: 0

  • Location: Poland
  • Model: 2007
  • Condition: Used
  • Hours: 5,860

  • Location: France
  • Model: 2014
  • Condition: Used
  • Hours: 13,774

  • Location: Norway
  • Model: 2006
  • Condition: Used
  • Hours: 6,670

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Telescopic handlers for Sale at Machinery Planet

The telescopic handler is employed as an all-terrain forklift, Depending on the attachment mounted to absolutely the better of its boom, crane, aerial work platform, or maybe an excavator. Its strength and agility have made it essential for many large construction projects. More recently, it's gained an edge in handling. A pair of pallet forks is that the commonest attachment for a telehandler, and therefore the commonest application is moving loads to and from places inaccessible to a standard forklift.

However, with skid-steer loader attachments and hydraulic tools readily available, machines are usually required to be far more than simply an extended reach forklift. Even though telehandlers are getting used with an ever-growing list of attachments and accessories, their hydraulic duty cycle remains relatively light. Functions typically driven and operated by hydraulics in telehandlers include:

• Steering and brakes,

• Boom lift and tilt,

• Boom and tilt load holding,

• Auxiliary attachment controls, and

• cooling fan drive on larger systems.


Usually this is often a steering control unit on a priority flow negative feedback circuit. Typically a three-position,-four way valve is employed to pick between normal, coordinated all wheel, and crab steer modes (see schematic).


The park brake is usually a spring applied, hydraulically released brake, usually a part of the axle assembly. It’s also typical to use a brake valve and therefore the mechanism for the service brakes.

Boom extend

This is often through with an extended double-acting cylinder with counterbalance valves inbuilt. The extension is usually multiplied by a sequence mechanism.

Hoist and forks

This is often nearly always through with proportionally controlled, double-acting cylinders, with counterbalance valves built into the hoist cylinders. The fork tilt function typically features a “master/slave” circuit that gives fork auto-level because the boom raises or lowers (see schematic).

Frame level

This is often usually a part of the most hydraulic valve, but sometimes is found as an add-on option. Because the machine is usually used on uneven ground, this double-acting cylinder can tilt an axle to level the machine.


Also called outriggers, stabilizers typically use double-acting cylinders with pilot-operated check valves for load holding. This can be an option, and lots of machines don't have them.

Auxiliary functions

This broad category are often anything from a tool circuit to a powered fork rotate. It’s just an additional circuit or two, sometimes proportionally controlled and typically an add-on option. The largest flow requirement is that the boom lift, but usually the telescope function takes an equivalent flow. Other functions are generally flow limited.

Design trends

A current trend within the mechanism of telehandlers uses one load-sensing axial-piston pump for supplying the system, moving far away from the fixed-displacement double gear pump.

The telehandler functions are changing. Although not designed as aerial work platforms, often they're used that way. Therefore, lifting and leveling circuits should be designed for holding people within the air, not just construction material.

At Machinery Planet, we have both new and used Telescopic handlers for sale listed on our website, and Telescopic handlers for auction depending on what you want; we are the number one platform for sourcing for Telescopic handlers dealers in Dubai, UAE. You can always count on us to link you up with dealers that sell quality and affordable Telescopic handlers that promises good value for your money. We have all kinds of Telescopic handlers in telescopic handlers market such as three-wheel counterbalance Telescopic handlers, telescopic handler Telescopic handlers, pedestrian pallet trucks, order picker Telescopic handlers, and side loader Telescopic handlers among others listed on our platform. So whatever type of Telescopic handlers you are looking for, we have got you covered at Machinery Planet.

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