Stock number: P062


Stock number: P062


Lemken press arm to suit Europal 8

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FAQ's about Miscellaneous Parts

The forks on a forklift can only lift loads up and down. Telehandlers, on the other hand, have booms which can be fitted with different attachments, and can lift loads forwards, backwards and side to side. Telehandlers can also move loads without moving their base, whereas forklifts must be driven forwards and backwards to move loads.

Telehandlers come in a variety of different specifications, each with different maximum lift heights. Typically, the maximum lift height will range between 4 meters and 20 meters.

A telehandler can also be referred to as a cherry picker, a reach fork truck, a lull, a teleporter or a telescopic forklift.

The JCB Loadall is a type of telehandler.

The maximum lift weight of a JCB telehandler will depend on the model. The JCB 540-200 Telehandler, for example, has a maximum lift capacity of 4000 kg.

The JCB telehandler is made by JCB, a British construction, demolition and agricultural machinery manufacturer.

The JCB 560-80 Agri has the highest maximum lift capacity of any JCB loadall at 6000 kg.

Anaerobic digestion systems can be expensive investments, costing anywhere from £750,000 to well over £1m on average.

An anaerobic digestor uses the process of fermentation to break down organic matter and waste from animals, plants or sewage to produce biogas. The biogas can then be used as an energy source.

Anaerobic digesters are oxygen-free environments, meaning they release methane, carbon dioxide and other gases into the environment, which can be fatal to both animals and humans.

A fence post driver, or post pounder, is used to drive fence posts into land surfaces. The open end of the post driver is put over the top of the post, and the tool is then lifted and dropped repeatedly onto the top of the post, with the closed end striking and driving the post into the ground.