Applications of Telehandlers

Telehandlers are used widely in manufacturing industries, agricultural farms, shipping industry, transportation sector, and in real estate sector. A telehandler can do heavy duty jobs like lifting a palletized load from a wagon or a trailer and place it in the desirable location. A crane can do the job but it would take more time and the operator would need to handle the machine very dexterously.

The various types of telehandlers and their uses

Many types of telehandlers are available. Each type of telehandler is used for a specific purpose. Therefore there are Backhoe Loaders, Cold Planners, Draglines, Compact Track Loaders, Multi Terrain Loaders, Forest handlers, Harvesters, Hydraulic Excavators, Knuckleboom Loaders, Material handlers, Underground Handlers, and Wheel Excavators.

These machines are used for lifting, moving and placing heavy loads from location to another. They are used in agricultural farms for lifting crop bundles and haystacks and placing them in warehouses for safe storage before these can be transported. Read Benefits of using Telehandlers

These are also used in ports and docks for loading and unloading heavy consignments from cargo ships, trailers, and ocean liners. In large construction sites, they are used for moving about loads from one area to another. They are used in manufacturing industries for moving heavy freight from one plant to another or placing them atop rooftops. They are used extensively in the transportation sector, especially for loading and unloading cargo from planes.

One finds heavy use of these machines in the railways where they are used to lift consignments from wagons and place them on trucks or trawlers for transportation.

Manufacturers of these machines are coming out with improved and better models of telehandlers to meet the changing needs of their customers.