Equipment Experts, Inc. is independent truck repair and maintenance company for forklifts, fleets, diesel trucks, and heavy equipment. We have a fleet of mobile repair trucks and our large, centrally located shop. You can trust our highly trained mechanics to get the job done, enabling you to get back to work fast. We offer:
- Rapid Response – We will come to your job, warehouse, or the side of the road to get you moving when you need it most, usually within minutes or hours of your first call.
- Competitive Rates – Competitively priced, we will work with you to lower overall repair costs.
- 24/7 Response – Call us at 253-365-6591 and we will take care of your breakdown.
- Evening Planned Maintenance Service – We can perform your planned maintenance on off peak times, such as evenings.
- State-certified, Onsite Welding – We have a state-certified welding certificate, and we can repair your hauler, dozer, or bucket where it sits.
- Friendly, Professional Service – Our staff and technicians bring excellent customer service, good advice, and results directly to you.
- Service throughout the South Puget Sound Area – We serve the communities of Renton, Kent, Federal Way, Burien, Auburn, Pacific, Bonney lake, Puyallup, Tacoma, Olympia, Lacey, Gig Harbor, Lakewood, Parkland, Seattle, Spanaway, Orting, Bellevue and Bremerton. We do travel further when necessary. Please call us at (253) 365-6591 for inquiries.
Serving the Puget Sound Region from Mount Vernon to Tumwater Washington.
Additional cities - Mt Vernon, Everett, Lynnwood, Issaquah, Woodinville, Marysville, Lake Stevens, Stanwood.
We react quickly to breakdowns, usually within 1 to 2 hours, to get you up and running again, whether it’s a forklift on loading day, a truck on the side of I-5, or an excavator in the middle of your jobsite. We can also go on all local bases, and our mechanics have TWIC cards. Our reliable service requires no contracts. We believe that if you like our truck repair and diesel repair service, you will call us again—no contract required.
Ingersoll Rand, Inc. (formerly Gardner Denver Inc.), founded in 1859, is an American worldwide provider of industrial equipment, technologies and related parts and services to a broad and diverse customer base through a family of brands.The company has over 30 manufacturing facilities located in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific with offices in 35 different countries.
Driven by an entrepreneurial spirit and ownership mindset, committed to helping make life better. We provide innovative and mission-critical industrial, energy, medical and specialty vehicle products and services across 40+ respected brands designed to excel in even the most complex and harsh conditions where downtime is especially costly. Our employees connect to customers for life. Ingersoll Rand VR-90B Telehandler Parts Manual PDF Download. This manual may contain attachments and optional equipment that are not available in your area. Please consult your local distributor for those items you may require. Materials and specifications are subject to change without notice. 2000 INGERSOLL-RAND RT708H 8000 Lb 4x4 Rough Terrain Forklift. 2002 MANITOU M26-4 Rough Terrain Forklift (Parts Only) Rough Terrain Forklift. INGERSOLL-RAND Telehandler: Browse INGERSOLL-RAND Equipment for Sale on EquipmentTrader.com. View our entire inventory of New Or Used Equipment and even a few new, non-current models. Top Models (1) INGERSOLL-RAND VR-1056C (1) INGERSOLL-RAND VR1056C (1) INGERSOLL-RAND VR1056D.
Our full-service mobile repair trucks get you back on the job
Over half of our business is mobile, serviced by trucks we’ve custom built to be mobile shops complete with hydraulic hose making capabilities, scanners, and five gas analyzers. No matter where you are—jobsite, roadside, or warehouse—our experienced mechanics, state-of-the-art equipment, and mobile cranes can get your forklift service, Diesel Truck Service and other heavy equipment repairs done.
At the junction of I-5 and 512, we have a complete 7 bay shop providing drive-in service as well as engine overhauls, transmission rebuilds, and diesel truck repair. We perform all types of repairs, from major to minor, on all makes and models of forklifts, diesel trucks, and heavy equipment.
Heavy Equipment Maintenance, Service & Repair
At Equipment Experts Inc. we provide all the services, repairs and maintenance your diesel truck, forklift or heavy equipment needs. We provide the following services and repairs on trucks, forklifts and heavy equipment:
We specialize in keeping your vehicle safe and reliable with routine maintenance, service and repairs. Read more about our Diesel Truck, Forklift and Heavy Equipment Services
Our Mobile Fleet Mechanics in Lakewood, WA
Equipment Experts Inc. hires trained forklift technicians and heavy equipment mechanics in the Lakewood, WA area who are willing to stay on top of the latest technology in the industry through ongoing schools and training.
The shop takes pride in being up to date, clean and as efficient as possible to get your vehicles or equipment in and out as quickly as possible. Read more about our Staff and Mechanics.
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A telescopic handler, also called a telehandler, teleporter, reach forklift, or zoom boom, is a machine widely used in agriculture and industry. It is somewhat like a forklift but has a boom (telescopic cylinder), making it more a crane than a forklift, with the increased versatility of a single telescopic that can extend forwards and upwards from the vehicle. The boom can be fitted with different attachments, such as a bucket, pallet forks, muck grab, or winch.
In industry, the most common attachment for a telehandler is pallet forks and the most common application is to move loads to and from places unreachable for a conventional forklift. For example, telehandlers have the ability to remove palletised cargo from within a trailer and to place loads on rooftops and other high places. The latter application would otherwise require a crane, which is not always practical or time-efficient.
In agriculture the most common attachment for a telehandler is a bucket or bucket grab, again the most common application is to move loads to and from places unreachable for a 'conventional machine' which in this case is a wheeled loader or backhoe loader. For example, telehandlers have the ability to reach directly into a high-sided trailer or hopper. The latter application would otherwise require a loading ramp, conveyor, or something similar.
The telehandler can also work with a crane jib along with lifting loads, the attachments that include on the market are dirt buckets, grain buckets, rotators, power booms. The agricultural range can also be fitted with three-point linkage and power take-off.
The advantage of the telehandler is also its biggest limitation: as the boom extends or raises while bearing a load, it acts as a lever and causes the vehicle to become increasingly unstable, despite counterweights in the rear. This means that the lifting capacity quickly decreases as the working radius (distance between the front of the wheels and the centre of the load) increases. When used as a loader the single boom (rather than twin arms) is very highly loaded and even with careful design is a weakness. A vehicle with a 5,000 lb (2.5 ton) capacity with the boom retracted may be able to safely lift as little as 400 lb (225 kg) with it fully extended at a low boom angle. The same machine with a 5,000 lb lift capacity with the boom retracted may be able to support as much as 10,000 lb (5 ton) with the boom raised to 70°. The operator is equipped with a load chart which helps him determine whether a given task is possible, taking into account weight, boom angle and height. Failing this, most telehandlers now utilize a computer which uses sensors to monitor the vehicle and will warn the operator and/or cut off further control input if the limits of the vehicle are exceeded, the latter being a legal requirement in Europe controlled by EN15000. Machines can also be equipped with front stabilizers which extend the lifting capability of the equipment while stationary, as well machines which are fully stabilised with a rotary joint between upper and lower frames, which can be called mobile cranes although they can typically still use a bucket, and are also often referred to as 'Roto' machines. They are a hybrid between a telehandler and small crane.
In some jurisdictions, a license is required in order to operate a telehandler under law or regulations of a national or other jurisdictional authority.
For example, in Australia, a Gold Card can be obtained for telehandlers with a capacity of three tonnes or less for standard attachments where the machine is operated from below. The Gold Card is issued by the Telescopic Handler Association of Australia (TSHA). The Gold Card is not a legally required qualification however verbal instruction is not considered an appropriate training method[according to whom?] as it lacks evidence of competency training. Competency training with evidence of learning and written assessment is legally required[by whom?] in Australia.
A WorkSafe CN licence is a legally required licence for machines with a capacity of over three tonnes with standard attachments where the machine is operated from below.Telehandlers fitted with elevated work platform attachments and are operated from the basket are classified as elevated work platforms and require elevated work platform licences, such as the EWPA Yellow Card or Worksafe WP Licence.A WorkSafe C2 licence or higher may apply when using slewing-type telehandlers.
- MST (TURKEY).
- AUSA (Spain)
- Bobcat (USA)
- Case IH (Italy)
- Caterpillar (USA) – See JLG
- Claas (Germany)
- Deutz (Germany)
- Dieci (Italy)
- Gehl (USA)
- Haulotte (France)
- JCB (England)
- JLG (USA)
- Kramer (Germany)
- Lajvar Industrial Group (Iran)
- Liebherr Group (Germany)
- Skyjack (Canada)
- Manitou (France)
- Merlo (Italy).
- New Holland (Italy)
- SANY Group (China)
- Terex under the Genie brand
- Weidemann (Germany)
Ingersoll Rand Forklift Dealer
No longer in production
- Ingersoll Rand (USA), purchased by Skyjack and no longer in production under the Ingersoll Rand name.
- Liner Concrete Machinery Company's Liner Giraffe, the predecessor of the modern telescopic handler (1974)
- Matbro (England)
- ^'Telescopic Handler Association - Telescopic Handler Association of Australia'. www.tsha.com.au. Retrieved 2019-10-21.
- ^ abc'Do I need a Gold Card to operate a Telehandler? Gold Card Worksafe CN'. Duralift. 2019-03-28. Retrieved 2019-10-21.
- ^ ab'Do you need a licence? - WorkSafe'. www.worksafe.vic.gov.au. Retrieved 2019-10-21.
Ingersoll Rand Forklift Rt708g
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