Telehandlers

A telehandler is a machine widely used in agriculture and industry. It is somewhat like a forklift but has a boom (Telescopic cylinder), making it more a crane than a forklift, with the increased versatility of a single telescopic or articulating boom that can extend forwards and upwards from the vehicle. On the end of the boom the operator can fit one of several attachments, such as a bucket, pallet forks, muck grab, or winch. Telehandlers are sometimes called cherry pickers in North America, as that name can refer to any truck or heavy equipment that has such a boom.

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  • Ingersoll Rand VR-843C Reach Forklift

    Skyjack Telehandler
    Make
    Ingersoll Rand
    Model
    VR-843C
    Max Lift Capacity
    8,000 lbs
    Max Lift Height
    43.1 ft
    Max Load at Max Height
    6,000 lbs
    Max Forward Reach
    28.2 ft
    Max Load at Max Reach
    1,900 lbs
  • Skyjack VR-1044D

    Make
    Skyjack
    Model
    VR-1044D
    Max Lift Capacity
    10,000 lbs
    Max Lift Height
    44.4 ft
    Max Load at Max Height
    7,000 lbs
    Max Forward Reach
    26.3 ft
    Max Load at Max Reach
    2,500 lbs
  • Skyjack SJ1044 TH

    Make
    Skyjack
    Model
    SJ1044 TH
    Max Lift Capacity
    10,000 lbs
    Max Lift Height
    44.3 ft
    Max Load at Max Height
    7,000 lbs
    Max Forward Reach
    29.6 ft
    Max Load at Max Reach
    1,800 lbs
  • Ingersoll Rand VR-1044C Reach Forklift

    1044 Telehandler
    Make
    Ingersoll Rand
    Model
    VR-1044C
    Max Lift Capacity
    10,000 lbs
    Max Lift Height
    44.4 ft
    Max Load at Max Height
    7,000 lbs
    Max Forward Reach
    29.3 ft
    Max Load at Max Reach
    2,500 lbs