Powered by a Tier 4-Interim Cat C3.4B engine, 101-horsepower Cat TH514C telehandler has an operating weight 24,890 pounds
Powered by a Tier 4-Interim Cat C3.4B engine, 101-horsepower Cat TH514C telehandler has an operating weight 24,890 pounds, a rated load capacity of 11,000 pounds, and a maximum lift height of 45 feet with stabilizer down. It handles attachments via its standard Integrated-Tool-Carrier coupler, and an optional hydraulic coupler allows the operator to change non-powered attachments from the cab. A selectable, continuous-flow auxiliary-hydraulic system is for powered tools. The hydraulic system has a variable-displacement, load-sensing, axial-piston pump that delivers a maximum flow of 39.63 gpm at 3,626 psi. The full-flow sharing valve permits the operator to engage three hydraulic functions simultaneously, and the system develops full hydraulic power at low engine speeds.
* Stabilizers down
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