General Information on Telehandler Frames
- Engineered for up to 12,000 pound capacityon a 24” load center.
- Designed to fit most telehandlers, compact wheel loaders, backhoe loaders and otherswith quick coupler or pin on connections.
- Standard widths of 48, 60, 72, and 96”, but can be customized to any allowable width based on your specific machine.
- Frame options include:
- Floating or Non-Floating shaft.
- Swinging or Non-Swinging forks.
- Standard fork lengths available in 48, 60, 72, 84, and 96”.
- Custom fork lengths available on special order.
- Forks meet or exceed all ANSI and ASME requirements.
- Forks to meet a wide variety of application uses, e.g. block forks, gypsum or lumber forks.
- Durable heat treated shaft material, available in 2 and 2.25” diameters.
- Reinforced load back to stabilize taller loads and resist load back deformity.
- High visibility frame for job safety.
Telehandler Frames: Features and Benefits
Telehandler frames are an essential component of telehandler machines, providing a solid foundation for heavy lifting and positioning of loads. Engineered for up to 12,000 pounds capacity on a 24" load center, telehandler frames are designed to fit most telehandlers, compact wheel loaders, backhoe loaders, and other equipment with quick coupler or pin-on connections.
Standard widths of 48, 60, 72, and 96 inches are available, but custom widths can be accommodated based on specific machine requirements. Forks can be chosen from a wide variety of options, including floating or non-floating shafts, swinging or non-swinging forks, and standard fork lengths of 48, 60, 72, 84, and 96 inches. Additionally, custom fork lengths are available upon request.
Forks used in telehandler frames meet or exceed all ANSI and ASME requirements, ensuring a high level of safety and reliability. They are also designed to meet a wide variety of application uses, such as block forks, gypsum or lumber forks, and other materials.
The durable heat-treated shaft material comes in 2 and 2.25-inch diameters to provide additional strength and support when lifting heavy loads. Reinforced load backs are also available to stabilize taller loads and resist load back deformity.
In addition to their functionality, telehandler frames also provide high visibility for improved job site safety. When equipped with the appropriate attachments, a telehandler can be a versatile and valuable asset for any construction or industrial operation.
Benefits of a Telehandler
- Telehandlers are a versatile piece of equipment that can handle a wide variety of tasks.
- They have a high lift capacity and can reach great heights.
- Telehandlers can be equipped with various attachments, such as forks, buckets, and lifts.
- They are ideal for handling heavy loads in tight spaces and on rough terrain.
Telehandler frames are engineered for up to 12,000-pound capacity on a 24" load center.