Ardent – Our Range of Telehandlers
Ardent Hire have the largest fleet of telehandlers (or telescopic handlers) in the UK ready for your plant hire needs. We’ve previously featured our brand new 18 metre telehandlers; however, we also have countless other telehandlers to hire, outlined below.
We have our standard telehandlers, which can be found among our forklift range, and have lift capabilities of up to 4 tonne; with the Manitou MT1440 and JCB 540-140. The Manitou MT1440 and the JCB 540-140 also have the top lifting height out of our standard telehandlers. The JCB 535-95 and JCB 540-170 telehandlers were designed using our efficient design philosophy. These two machines have a huge reach and use award-winning EcoMAX engines, which brings benefits like great visibility, low running costs and more uptime.
But that’s not all. We also offer Roto & Heavy Lift Telehandlers from the Manitou range. Manitou rotating telescopic handlers allow for a continuous 360-degree rotation while retaining precision and control. With a rotating telehandler, you’ll have all of the advantages of a telehandler, a crane, and an access platform with one truly efficient piece of machinery. The Manitu MRT2150 will even allow you to work on a range of terrain types with and complete stability while you work. Our aim is to keep your construction workers as safe as possible, even in hazardous environments. We currently have four different rotating telehandlers in our fleet, ranging from maximum lifting weights of 4000kg to 12000kg.
For more information or to hire a telehandler, contact our team.
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