Telescopic forklifts are engineered to have a pronged lift which utilizes a crane or an arm to come over the top of a truck. These kinds of lift trucks enable you to raise the cargo a lot higher and have better control of where it goes at those heights. This extra control is due to the fact that you are moving the load on the crane's end, which is called a telescopic boom.
The load when positioned on the forklift can move both towards and away from the forklift cab, that is a unique feature which a traditional lift truck cannot accomplish. The telescopic forklifts could offer both height and versatility. The telescopic forklift is really common in the agricultural and construction industries. Furthermore, they are a good choice in situations where you should work with something which needs more control that a regular forklift.
A unique feature common to telehandlers is the frame tilt. Operators can activate the lateral controls in order to move the frame's angle from side to side. This particular frame can be moved 10 to 15 degrees in either direction from horizontal. There is a tube filled with liquid which is curved and mounted within the cab. This is the frame tilt indicator or level indicator and works like a carpenter's level. It has a bubble indicator that indicates the lateral angle of the frame relative to the ground. This is a really helpful device which is utilized to make sure that the frame is level before raising the boom in rough environments.
There are some units of telehandlers that provide rear wheel steering, like a vertical mast type unit. The majority of models provide 3 steering options that the operator can choose; front, crab and circle steering. For instance, if the operator selects the "front" steering option, just the front wheels of the machinery would react to the steering wheel's movement.