JCB531-70

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Designed and developed using our Efficient Design philosophy, the JCB 531-70 Loadall is the smallest of our full-sized telescopic handler machines. It’s a hugely productive Loadall sitting on a chassis that’s designed for load bearing and stability.
 
The 531-70’s new award-winning EcoMAX engine meets Stage IIIB/Tier 4i legislation without using a bulky DPF, which, in turn, brings benefits like great visibility, low running costs and more uptime. Further examples of our Efficient Design are the high back-off brakes and – on the 81kW engine – variable-speed cooling fan.
ULTIMATE PERFORMANCE, ULTIMATE PRODUCTIVITY
 
A 531-70 Loadall is an extremely manoeuvrable telescopic handler; the compact wheelbase and large steering lock angles save you valuable travel time on site.
 
JCB’s new efficient EcoMAX T4i motor produces its power and torque at low engine speeds for great responsiveness, and our wide range of Construction Loadall models means you can find the perfect machine for your requirements.
 
There’s excellent rearward visibility on a 531-70, courtesy of a low boom profile and low boom pivot.
 
The 531-70 comes with 4WD as standard, helping you maintain plenty of traction and performance even in soft, muddy areas. There’s also an optional transmission dump on the foot brake for superb multi-functioning when loading or rehandling.
 
We’ve fitted a variable-speed cooling fan to our 81kW Loadall engines.
 
Our Vertical Integration Strategy is all about making sure the engine, transmission, hydraulic rams and cab of every new telescopic handler work in perfect harmony. These key components are therefore JCB-designed for minimum compromise and optimum performance.
 
JCB’s Smoothride System (SRS) cushions shocks from the boom, increasing operator comfort (and therefore productivity) when travelling at speed on the road or on uneven surfaces.
 
The 531-70 Loadall has three selectable steer modes. There’s two wheel steer, which is ideal for travelling at high speed on the road; four-wheel steer for working in tight spaces; and crab steer for manoeuvring close to walls and buildings.

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