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Catalog | Rotating Telehandler
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Roto 50.26 S Rotating Telehandler, Telehandler
11,000 lbs Maximum Charge
85 feet Maximal Height
Roto 50.30 S Plus Telehandler, Rotating Telehandler
11,000 lbs Maximum Charge
96 feet Maximal Height
Roto 50.35 S Plus Telehandler, Rotating Telehandler
11,000 lbs Maximum Charge
112 feet Maximal Height
Roto 70.24 S Plus Telehandler, Rotating Telehandler
15,500 lbs Maximum Charge
66 feet Maximal Height
Roto 70.28 S Plus Telehandler, Rotating Telehandler
15,500 lbs Maximum Charge
92 feet Maximal Height
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Rotating Telehandler

Rotating telehandlers enable 360° rotation and, unlike traditional cranes, are also able to move easily around a work site. They also have the same load and height advantages as traditional cranes, which makes them all the more versatile for various height work. This makes this type of equipment more efficient and effective when used for several types of jobs.

Rotating telehandlers can be easily compared to mobile cranes in terms of their wide reach and the types of tasks for which they are deployed. Because of their complementary advantages, they are often presented as the most efficient productivity tools on the market.

Using a rotating telehandler provides a huge return on investment for a company and the machine’s users. In addition to being more manoeuvrable and versatile, a lot of installation costs are also avoided for each task, such as when renting a mini crane. Safety is also a major feature that distinguishes the rotating telehandler from cranes and other industry alternatives. While most load operations at heights require a certified crane operator, this is not the case with the rotating telehandler. All types of operators can use this simple and powerful equipment, which has all the advantages of a traditional crane.

The performance of the rotating telehandler depends on its rotation capacity and working height. Its components make it a very agile machine for different types of work sites, with minimal movement required on site. As a direct result, there is less wear on the machine and it has greater durability. In addition, because the legs and stabilizers are quickly deployed – unlike a boom truck, for instance – the machine is more efficient to install and operate. Mobilizing or remobilizing can be done quickly as needed, which avoids a costly waste of time for companies. The ultra-compact machine can be easily set up in tight spaces, making it highly useful.

The radio-controlled basket is a valuable innovation for rotating telehandler users, as it reduces the number of workers required to fully operate the machine. From inside the basket, the operator can ensure that all necessary manoeuvres and operations can be performed without the need for an additional person in the cab and providing greater precision near the tasks to be performed.

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