541-70 Agri Telehandler
Compact dimensions, as well as unrivalled manoeuvrability, build quality and operator comfort are just the beginning.
Max Engine Power
Max Lift Capacity
Max Lift Height
The latest 541-70 Telehandler Loadall sits on a rugged chassis that’s designed for load-bearing and stability.
Embodying JCB’s constant evolution of the telehandler concept first pioneered back in 1977, this machine will meet the needs of rental companies and contractors alike. Compact dimensions, as well as unrivalled manoeuvrability, build quality and operator comfort are just the beginning.
What’s more – as with all JCB Construction telescopic handlers, the 541-70 has unrivalled productivity, efficiency, safety and serviceability as standard.
Available for sale, dry hire or rental throughout Newcastle, the Central Coast and the Hunter Valley.
- 4100 kg max payload, 7m max lift height
- 3.7m max reach with a 1000 kg load
- 3.7m max forward reach
- 3.7m outer turn radius over tyres
- 6.3m placing height
- 140 litres per minute max hydraulic flow
- Servo assisted joystick controls
LOW COST OF OWNERSHIP
JCB’s innovative Clean Burn technology helps EcoMAX to meet T4F/Stage IV regulations using a sealed-for-life SCR system instead of exhaust after-treatments like DPFs. Benefits include the fact that you don’t have to worry about costly time-consuming DPF regeneration and replacement.
An LED screen on the JCB 541-70 telehandler’s dash provides useful information for efficient running, like fuel remaining, fuel used since last fill, current average fuel consumption, DEF level and any current warnings.
By producing high levels of power and torque even at engine speeds as low as 1300rpm, EcoMAX can provide fuel-efficient matching of transmission and hydraulics.
JCB telescopic handlers enjoy proven demand supported by legendary productivity and build quality, ensuring high residuals the world over. EcoMAX can be adapted to run on lower-grade fuels, making Construction Loadalls easily resalable across different territories, boosting residuals further still.
COMFORT & CONTROL
The backlit switches on a JCB 541-70 Loadall telehandler are crystal clear, even in the dark. And new instruments and a hi-res TFT screen form an intuitive automotive-style layout.
To create the perfect driving position, opt for the easily adjustable tilting telescopic steering column. A 7-speed fan heater creates the most comfortable, productive operator environment on board this telescopic handler. Visibility is excellent, courtesy of direct glazing, a large roof screen and standard-fit tinted cab glass.
Roof bars are strategically placed for maximum visibility when placing at height. Choose cab, front and rear lights for ultimate visibility. There are new single lever controls fitted to our latest telescopic handler range, including the 541-70. This innovation reduces operator fatigue by 8%, raising concentration levels and site safety.
A low boom profile and low boom pivot make for excellent rearward visibility on the JCB 541-70 telehandler, likewise the full set of side and rear-view mirrors. Because EcoMAX doesn’t use a DPF, the bonnet line is lower, improving both visibility and manoeuvrability.
In many territories, our Loadall security system is Thatcham-approved. The package comprises a JCB LiveLink telematic GPS vehicle tracker, an immobiliser and a Cesar Datatag.
The cab is Roll Over Protection System (ROPS) and Falling Objects Protection System (FOPS) certified, so operators are safe at all times. Sway frames enable an operator to make their telehandler absolutely level before commencing lifting.
To protect bystanders, a reverse alarm is standard-fit on the JCB 541-70 telehandler, and an operator presence switch disables drive when your operator isn’t seated, preventing accidental operation.
Our factory-fit immobilisers can result in reduced insurance premiums. You can choose whether your immobiliser is operated by a key or a 4-digit code keypad that automatically arms itself after a set period of time following engine shutdown.
Cesar is a simple and effective method of machine identification and registration that’s operated by police across the UK and Ireland. JCB fully supports this initiative and we fit it as standard to all UK telescopic handlers.
Hose burst check valves (HBCVs) are fitted as standard to the rams, preventing a collapse in the event of hose failure.
LiveLink tracking provides valuable real-time machine location data. Geofencing alerts help to ensure your machine is only used in specified areas.
Fluid filters (engine oil, hydraulic oil and fuel) are centrally located for fast, easy servicing. The air filter is easily accessible too, and its double-element design simplifies cleaning; yet another reason why JCB Loadalls have best-in-class SAE serviceability ratings.
All daily checks and greasing on the JCB 541-70 telescopic handler can be performed at ground level. It’s also easy to fill the diesel and AdBlue tanks from ground level, with both tanks equipped with pre-filters in the filler necks to guard against dirt and contaminants.
You can access the battery easily on this telescopic handler (and without specialist tools) via a lockable cover that’s opened with the ignition key.
A dry lubricant system means the JCB 541-70 telehandler’s wear pads are extremely durable, with service intervals of 500 hours.
This telehandler doesn’t use DPF technology, so there’s no loss of productivity during the regeneration process, nor the extra expense of replacing a DPF.
To prove how good our EcoMAX engines are, we’ve tested them for 110,000 hours in 70 different machines across the toughest applications and environments.
STRONG & DURABLE
Heavy-duty axle feet help the JCB 541-70 Loadall telehandler to absorb the immense stresses generated during continuous heavy material rehandling applications, while a one-piece fully welded chassis maximises strength and minimises 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 Loadall 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 bonnet 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 541-70 Loadall telehandler is mounted low in the chassis, providing an extremely rigid structure and maximum over-the-shoulder visibility.
The new Loadall range’s stringent testing programme has included prolonged high stress loading of the chassis, boom and other key components, as well as repeated transmission use over thousands of cycles.
Optional front and top screen roof guards offer additional protection from falling debris.