Telehandlers are a versatile crane application for multiple job sites. They can also be called teleporters, telescopic handlers or boom lifts, but telehandlers bring a unique level of value.
What Are Telehandlers?
Telehandlers are unique because they offer the advantages of both a crane and a forklift. They have the maneuverability and functionality of a forklift but also offer a crane’s height. And they can help out in recycling plants, warehouses, construction sites, farms or wherever both reach and maneuverability are needed.
Telehandlers typically have an open frame and a boom profile that open up a wide view from every side. The extra visibility allows for more precise operation and greater safety.
Cab space with adjustable suspension seat, accessible controls and digital displays create a comfortable environment and a safer and more focused operator.
Telehandlers are compatible with a range of attachments, making them cross-industry machines. Attachments can include, earthmoving buckets, forks, lifting jibs and working platforms.
Gehl RS Handlers
These telescopic handlers offer the benefits of space and comfort, providing for more comfortable and efficient drivers while handling loading capacities of 5,500 to 12,000 pounds and a reach of 19.1 to 42 feet. And they’re available at affordable telehandler rental rates in Chicago.
A Dependable Crane Service
Contractors rely on safe and dependable crane services, certified by authorities in Chicago and other areas in Illinois, to ensure projects run smoothly. And service at all levels and all phases of the project is essential to success. Affordable telehandler rental rates in Chicago are available Contact La Grange Crane Service, Inc. at 708-354-3510 or via https://www.lagrangecrane.com.
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