Telehandler Rentals Overreach Boundaries
Telehandlers, short for telescopic handlers, have the strength and ability to lift, move and place material, while overreaching obstacles within the worksite. Other names for telehandlers include rough-terrain variable-reach, extended-reach or shooting-boom forklifts. A telelescopic boom distinguishes a telehandler from other types of forklifts. Applications for renting telehandlers include framing, roofing, masonry, landscaping and other construction work.
- Manueverability. Rented telehandlers move around congested worksites and let you lift and place material exactly where you need it, whether over a freshly poured concrete driveway or up six stories. They also usually offer three different steering modes allowing you to move on level surfaces, on rough terrain or laterally.
- Stability. Rented telehandlers can handle the rough terrain and slopes found at construction sites. Typical “no-go” zones, such as uneven surfaces and debris, do not present the problems for rented telehandlers that they do for other types of material handling equipment.
- Versatility. Attachments, such as buckets, grapples, work platforms and brooms enable rented telehandlers to complete many aspects of work on the jobsite using one piece of equipment. Quick-coupler systems make changing attachments quick and easy.
Contact your local, ARA-affiliated, rental store for information on available rental products and services to meet your telehandler needs. To locate the rental store nearest you, use the Rental Store Quick Locator above.