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The TLT35 telescopic forklift is a strong and exceptionally versatile performer. Weighing between 5100 and 5500 kg (depending on spec), these industrial forklifts have a choice of standard 2WD or optional 4WD.
A 46 kW engine is fitted to this reach forklift. Lift capacity is 3500 kg and lift height is 4.4 m (4.35 m for 4WD option).
Our telescopic forklift design has a wealth of benefits, not least the fact that, because the long reach enables single side truck loading, you could save up to 50% loading space in congested yards. That space can, of course, be used to create pedestrian zones in yards. What’s more, this small forklift’s long reach also keeps operators clear of hazardous environments like furnaces or chemicals.
In short, the TLT35 telescopic forklift raises more than just loads; it raises the standard for all forklift trucks.
The JCB TLT35 telescopic forklift has productivity built in. A fully enclosed hydrostatic drive system eliminates common exposed drive shaft and external brake problems, while the 4WD option is unique to JCB and is perfect for workplaces where traction is limited.
What’s more, because this reach forklift doesn’t have a conventional mast, fork tilt is increased to 111° for exceptional loading and unloading performance.
The TLT35 telescopic forklift also benefits from a fast, easy attachment changing system; switching between attachments can be done in under 30 seconds, saving both time and fleet operation costs.
The JCB TLT35 telescopic forklift provides yet more productivity improvements by virtue of its operating environment. The excellent visibility bestowed by the telescopic boom, for example, means that cycle times are fast and safety levels are high. When the boom is retracted, visibility to the fork tips during loading is superb.
The cab structure of this telescopic forklift is both ROPS and FOPS compliant, 1 rear and 2 front worklights are fitted as standard, and daily check points are grouped behind the side access door to the engine bay.