What is the JCB 535 95?
JCB 535-95 Overview Designed and developed using our Efficient Design philosophy, the JCB 535-95 is a full-sized 3-stage telescopic handler with a huge reach. It uses our award-winning new EcoMAX engine and sits on a chassis that’s designed for load-bearing and stability.
What engine is in a JCB telehandler?
The JCB 505-20TC compact telehandler is powered by a 74HP JCB by Kohler engine. It is powerful, productive, maneuverable and comfortable.
What is a JCB telehandler?
JCB Telehandlers are designed for ultimate manoeuvrability and are widely used in both agriculture and industry. The lift capacity, long reach and impressive lift height allow them to place loads on high areas that would otherwise be impractical without a crane, such as on rooftops or high platforms.
How much does a JCB telehandler weight?
Q: How much does a JCB 520-50 telehandler weigh? A: 9,700 lbs; 4,400 kg. Q: How much does a JCB 531-70 telehandler weigh? A: 15,215 lbs; 6,901.41 kg.
Who makes the engines for JCB?
JCB director of engine programmes Alan Tolley said: “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.
How fast is a JCB telehandler?
DualTech VT transmission Hydrostatic drive: The hydrostatic drive module provides fast response, fine speed adjustment and infinitely variable working speeds up to 19kph and is therefore optimised for low-speed operation and controllability, making it quiet and smooth, as well as responsive and power-efficient.
What does JCB stand for?
THE EARLY YEARS. Joseph Cyril Bamford began the business that bears his initials using surplus World War II parts and scrap metals. The JCB all-steel tipping trailer was made with wheels and tyres from a Grumman Hellcat fighter aircraft and hubs from a small howitzer. 1949.
Are JCB engines good?
The development of the EcoMAX range of diesel engines reflects JCB’s reputation for innovation and quality and is recognized as the ‘best in class’ engine solution for mid-range off-highway equipment.
How many gears are there in JCB?
This arrangement gives 24 forward gears (2×3×4) and 12 reverse gears (1×3×4).
What makes a JCB 535-95 telescopic handler so good?
A JCB 535-95 telescopic handler is a great asset in so many respects, not least financially – huge global demand, plus legendary productivity and superb build quality equals maximum resale value. High back-off brakes reduce viscous drag during roading and rehandling, which improves fuel economy on these telescopic handlers by up to 2%.
What kind of engine does a JCB 535-95 LOADALL have?
THE LATEST JCB 535-95 CONSTRUCTION LOADALL IS A TELEHANDLER THAT’S DESIGNED TO MEET THE CHALLENGES OF ANY SITE HEAD-ON. The latest and cleanest JCB 535-95 Loadall is equipped with an ultra clean and efficient JCB Dieselmax Stage V engine.
Is the JCB 535-95 stage V compliant?
The latest Stage V legislation compliant 55kW (75HP) engine from JCB offers a combined DPF/ DOC after treatment package achieving Stage V emissions levels without the need for DEF injection, minimising the impact on machine service and operation. THE 535-95 ISN’T JUST EFFICIENT TO USE – IT’S HUGELY EFFICIENT TO OWN AND OPERATE TOO.
Which is the best LOADALL for JCB construction?
Class-leading JCB hydraulics produce the fastest cycle times, ensuring the most efficient lifting, extending and pushing. The JCB 535-95 Construction Loadall telehandler boasts excellent manoeuvrability and fast travel times across site, courtesy of a compact wheelbase and large steering lock angles.