509-45TC

Aside from its impressive 8,800 lb lift capacity and massive reach capabilities, the JCB 509-45TC telescopic handler is designed specifically to maximize safety. With unprecedented visibility from the operator's seat, the job site is safer for everyone.

It's not just safety at which the 509-45TC excels; it delivers unrivaled productivity, efficiency, safety and serviceability too.

Features

  • 110 l/min max hydraulic flow
  • Low-effort 'Plus' pattern hydraulic controls
  • 31ft 6in (9.6m) max reach with a 1000 kg load (stabilized)
  • 31ft 6in (9.6m) max forward reach (stabilized)
  • 12ft 1in (3.75m) outer turn radius over tires
  • 43ft 8in (13.3m) placing height (stabilised)

Most Popular Configuration

  • 3-stage boom
  • Canopy with right and rear glass
  • Single-lever joystick
  • 15.5x25 pneumatic industrial tires
  • 109 hp JCB EcoMax engine – no DPF
  • Frame sway: 9 degrees R/L
  • Q-Fit manual coupler, single auxiliary port
  • Vinyl suspension seat with 3-inch seat belt
  • Front and rear work lights
  • Magnetic rotating beacon
  • 2WD/4WD/crab (all wheel) steering
  • Engine block heater
  • Face-level fan
  • 66-inch Q-Fit carriage with 2x5x60” pallet forks
  • LiveLink telematics

Specifications

Maximum Engine Power
109 hp

81 kW

Maximum Lift Capacity
8,800 lbs

4,000 kg

Maximum Lift Height
45 ft

13.8 m

STRENGTH AND DURABILITY

Heavy-duty axle feet help the JCB 540-140 HiViz Construction telescopic handler to absorb the immense stresses generated during continuous heavy material rehandling applications, while a one-piece, fully welded chassis maximizes strength and minimizes weight.  

There’s a tough U-shaped boom pressing with fully welded closing plates.

For extra strength, there are large boom overlaps of up to 1.0m; we’ve also reduced joints and stress points across our integrated boom nose and one-piece closing plate.  

To provide long-term corrosion protection, we dip JCB Construction telescopic handler cabs in electrophoretic ally prior to painting. Keyhole castings hold the tilt and extension rams in place to further improve overall structural integrity.  

Hydraulic hoses are intelligently routed through the boom for maximum protection; the hood is side-mounted, which protects it from site damage; and rear lights fold up to keep them clear and well protected from damage when working on site.  

The boom on a JCB 540-140 HiViz Construction Loadall telehandler is mounted low in the chassis, providing an extremely rigid structure and maximum over-the-shoulder visibility.  

The new Construction telescopic handler range’s stringent testing program has included prolonged high stress loading of the chassis, boom and other key components, as well as repeated transmission use of thousands of cycles.  

Optional front and sunroof guards offer additional protection from falling debris.



VISIBILITY

The boom on the JCB 509-45TC sits low in the chassis for superior visibility all around the machine.

Optional camera systems are available for additional visibility around the telehandler, and an optional pulse radar alerts the operator as the rear of the machine approaches an object.

 

 

WORKING ENVIRONMENT

The cab is one of the largest on the market and boasts the most effective noise reduction in its class, but with excellent air flow, ventilation and demisting. Air conditioning is available. The telehandler features a fully adjustable steering column and optional suspension seat.

The exterior top door slam latch allows the upper door to be closed from outside.

The standard-fit tinted cab glass reflects 30 percent of the sun’s energy for enhanced operator comfort.