There’s the Perkins 403J-11 under the JCB ‘s 514-40 AGRI telescopic handler’bonnet. The power range below the 19-kW range allows Perkins’ super-compact to accomplish Stage V emission rules also for agricultural applications. this is possibile without the aftertreatment system.

JCB 514-40 at work thanks to Perkins 403J-11

The 1.1-liter naturally aspirated 3-cylinder diesel engine (AxC 77×81 mm) delivers 18.4 kW at 2,800 rpm. Maximum torque of 66.8 Nm rises up 2,100 rpm. The engine is controlled through the proven Bosch hydrostatic transmission and a two-speed Linde engine, which reaches a maximum speed of 15 km/h, with permanent four-wheel drive and four-wheel steering, giving the machine the maneuverability and all-terrain capability that characterize JCB’s Loadall range.

In Champion’s League, it would be a right winger: small and quick

It is the JCB’s smallest telescopic handler, 1.8 meters high and 1.56 meters wide. The 514-40 AGRI is light enough to be moved quickly on a 3.5-ton capacity road trailer. The cab claims up to 200 millimeters of additional width over the competition. Lifting capacity is 1.3 tons at full height (maximum 1.4 tons). Its unladen weight of 2,695 pounds gives it a 17% higher power-to-weight ratio and greater maneuverability than the 516-40 model it replaces. It is therefore transportable on a 3.5-ton trailer behind a 4×4 or commercial vehicle. It is compact enough to fit through a 2-meter high door and offers unmatched maneuverability with integral steering. Maximum lifting capacity is 1,400 kg, while maximum lifting height is 4.0 m: this makes it ideal for many agricultural industries; full forward extension lifting capacity is 525 kg. Standard features include a 50 mm trailer hitch with 7-pin electrical system, reverse alarm, road lights, JCB’s patented load control system, and JCB’s LiveLink Lite telematics system.

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