The machines above make up Skyjack’s TH series. The TH range of equipment, when compared to previous models, offers better and simpler solutions for vehicle stability and engine maintenance. These models are the product of a common design strategy which aims to reduce environmental impact. They do so by keeping engine horsepower below 75. This means Skyjack telehandlers do not need a Diesel particulate filter, the use of Diesel exhaust fluid, and other Diesel exhaust treatment components.
The TH range of telehandlers also has a standard yoke-mounted lifting hook, capable of lifting the maximum load capacity of each model. The hook also allows safe under slinging of loads, which is better than using forks as an underslung lifting device.
Skyjack also created a cab compartment that gives drivers more flexibility. It allows owners to easily switch between open and closed cabs. The glass surfaces in these cabs are flat and have bolt-on fasteners. This makes it easy to replace panes that break.
How much do Skyjack Telehandlers cost?
The cost of a Skyjack telehandler varies based on lifting capacity. The average price for a machine with a capacity of up to 7,000 lbs is between $70,000 to $80,000. Mid-range capacity of up to 11,000 lbs will run you between $120,000 and $130,000.
How much does a Skyjack Telehandler Weigh?
Small telehandlers weigh around 10,000 lbs. Mid-sized vehicle weigh between 20,000 to 25,000 lbs. The largest telehandlers can get up to 30,000lbs.
What is the biggest Skyjack Telehandler?
The SJ 1256 is the biggest telehandler made by the company. See above for details.
Where are Skyjack Telehandlers made?
Skyjack telehandlers are made in the United States, Canada, and Hungary.
Who owns Skyjack?
The company is owned by the Linamar Corporation, a diversified global manufacturing company that makes highly engineered products. Its current president is Jim Jarrell, and the company is headquartered in Guelph, Canada.
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