Jcb Telehandler Implements Jcb Engine
It has been reported that JCB, in their 2006 range if JCB telehandlers, used for the first time their own brand engine. With this in mind, the 444 JCB engine has been implemented into the range of JCB telehandlers.
The range of JCB telehandlers in question featured four models. These were the 531- 70 JCB telehandler
, the 536-60 JCB telehandler
, as well as the 541-70 JCB telehandler
. The JCB telehandlers mentioned will be available in a range of specifications, including Agri, Agri Plus, and Agri Super. IT is apparent that the use of the Agric terminology in relation to the JCB telehandlers refers to the engine size of the JCB telehandlers, as well as the power behind the JCB telehandlers.
The JCB telehandlers feature a lift and height capacity which range up to over 4000 kilograms, as well as height up to 9.5 metres.
The JCB telehandlers in question offer numerous transmission operating modes. These are the Eco, the Auto, the Field and the Power. When implemented in a JCB telehandler, the Eco transmission type ostensibly offers reduced fuel consumption. The Auto transmission is arguably an option which is to be implemented when driving along the road and the Power mode refers to the engine being allowed to reach a maximum level of power, and the Field transmission allows for optimum performance when baling hay for example.