JCB today announced the launch of the 510-42 Loadall, a telescopic handler with a 10,000 lb maximum lift capacity and 42-foot lift height that requires no outriggers. The 510-42 is available with a JCB EcoMAX109 hp engine requiring no diesel particulate filter, or a 74 hp engine requiring no diesel particulate filter (DPF) and no Diesel Engine Fluid (DEF).
- JCB 510-42 Loadall with 42-foot lift height delivers unmatched efficiency for large telehandlers
- In 2017, JCB celebrates 40 years of telehandler manufacturing; more than 200,000 units sold
SAVANNAH, GA, August 28, 2017 – JCB today announced the launch of the 510-42 Loadall, a telescopic handler with a 10,000 lb maximum lift capacity and 42-foot lift height that requires no outriggers. The 510-42 is available with a JCB EcoMAX109 hp engine requiring no diesel particulate filter, or a 74 hp engine requiring no diesel particulate filter (DPF) and no Diesel Engine Fluid (DEF).
Developed in direct response to a customer demand, the 510-42 has already earned more than 25 orders from customers in North America.
“JCB telehandlers are in high demand across the globe and we are excited to expand the range in North America to 25 models, many of which are tailored to specific industry applications,” said Richard Fox-Marrs, president and CEO of JCB North America. “The new 510-42 Loadall is unique in its capability, capacity and efficiency. It is an ideal machine for customers who need a large telehandler to move loads up to 10,000 lb and who will benefit from efficiency and productivity gains by not having to deploy stabilizers.
” The 510-42 Loadall features 500-hour extended service intervals and simplified maintenance procedures, with all daily checks performed at ground level. Maintenance planning is enhanced by JCB’s available LiveLink telematics system, which provides machine status information to remote devices.
The 510-42 Loadall adds to the growing range of JCB telehandlers available in tool carrier, lift and place, and compact configurations, and can be ordered at more than 325 JCB dealer locations throughout U.S.A, Canada and Mexico.
JCB is the world’s largest privately-owned manufacturer of construction and agricultural equipment. At 22 plants spanning four continents—and countries including the United States, the United Kingdom, China, India and Brazil—JCB manufactures a range of more than 300 products including Loadall telescopic handlers, backhoe loaders, excavators, wheel loaders, compact excavators, skid steer loaders, compact track loaders, Access aerial work platforms, rough terrain forklifts, and Fastrac tractors. For more information, visit www.jcb.com.
510-42 Telehandler for 10,000 lb capacity, no outriggers.
Engine Power Options 74/109 hp 55/81 kW
Maximum Lift Capacity 10,000 lb 4,537 kg
Maximum Lift Height 42 ft 12.8 m
The JCB 510-42 telehandler is designed for maximum productivity. With a maximum capacity of 10,000 lb and no requirement for outriggers, operators are able to efficiently move from one project to the next, to complete more tasks.
The 510-42 is built with the benefit of JCB’s 40 years of telehandler manufacturing experience. With a one-piece, fully welded chasis and JCB’s U-profile boom that has been proven on more than 200,000 machines, the 510-42 delivers the strength and reliability necessary to complete any work site application.
- No outriggers/stabilizers with 10,000 lb capacity
- Single, proportional joystick
- 10 degrees of frame sway
- Dry lubricant for three-section boom
- Large, comfortable operator station
- Four-speed powershift transmission
AN INVESTMENT WITH A HIGH RETURN
The 510-42 features the responsive JCB EcoMax engine for fuel-efficient matching of transmission and hydraulics.
JCB Loadall telehandlers meet Tier 4 Final emissions standards with a sealed-for-life SCR system that requires no separate diesel particulate filter (DPF) or productivity-sapping DPF regeneration. The 510-42 is available with a 109 hp engine or a 74 hp engine that requires no DEF and no aftertreatment.
These telehandlers are equipped with a precise, high-speed double-boom-chain extension system for maximum efficiency and reliability.
JCB telescopic handlers are always a smart financial investment. Not only are JCB telehandlers efficient to own and operate, but JCB’s incomparable build quality and legendary productivity means that your JCB telehandler will command a premium resale price when it comes time to upgrade your fleet.
VISIBILITY AND SAFETY
JCB Loadall telehandlers are renowned for excellent visibility. The high boom profile and pivot allow the operator good visibility to the sides of the machine and a cut-out over the hydraulic tank provides clear line-of-sight to the rear.
A reverse alarm is a standard feature on all JCB telehandlers.
Hose burst check valves are standard to prevent collapse in the event of a hose failure
Choose an operator environment to suit your climate: fully glazed or canopy. The exterior top door slam latch allows the upper door to be closed from outside.
For fast, precise and intuitive control, JCB telescopic handlers feature a fully-proportional, single-lever joystick.
New instruments and a 3.5-inch color TFT screen form an intuitive, automotive-style cab layout. An adjustable, tilting telescopic steering column is also available.
The 7-speed fan heater creates a comfortable, productive operator environment. Optional air conditioning is ideal for work in hotter climates.
JCB’s standard-fit tinted cab glass reflects 30 percent of the sun’s energy, for enhanced operator comfort.
SERVICEABILITY AND DURABILITY
JCB telescopic handlers designed to maximize uptime and productivity and built tough with top-quality components. All hydraulic cylinders, cabs, axles, transmissions and engines are built by JCB, and designed to work in perfect harmony for optimum reliability.
The range of JCB lift-and-place telehandlers, including the 510-42, boast 500-hour extended service intervals and simplified maintenance procedures, with easy access to service points.
All daily checks can be done from ground level, and the battery is accessible via a lockable cover. A battery isolator switch is also standard.
A dry lubricant system means wear pads are extremely durable, with service intervals of 500 hours – compared to approximately 250 hours for competitor machine sin this class.