JLG introduces 8-story lift height fixed telehandler
The 10,000 lb class telehandler features a 75-foot boom and 60’ reach
The JLG 1075 was developed as a result of customer input, requesting a 10,000-pound class telehandler with greater height and reach. The new model features a 75-foot boom that can lift up to eight stories - a full two stories more than comparable models - and offers a 60-foot reach.
The high lift and reach of the 1075 make it ideal for use in the film, building construction, steel erection, demolition and renovation industries.
The new 1075 telehandler comes standard with JLG's Longitudinal Stability Indication (LSI) as well as a two-way right-side view camera for improved visibility and operator confidence during operation.
Optional technologies includeand a remote-controlled boom, which can be used by an operator to place material at height from outside the cab. The remote control can eliminate the need for two people - one in the cab and one at the location where the material is being placed - for improved efficiency on the job.
The unit accepts a wide range of standard telehandler, as well as a number of JLG specialty attachments, including its new for precision placement of drywall, plywood and similar materials inside of new buildings or during renovation work.
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