Daily checks and greasing are carried out easily at ground level. All filters (engine oil, fuel, transmission, hydraulic oil and air) are near each other for fasterservicing too. The air filter is a cyclonic design that ejects dust and debris by centrifugal force resulting in cleaner air and longer air filter life.
The hydraulic tank on a new JCB rough terrain forklift is very accessible, and can be filled from ground level. The same is true of the diesel tank, which also has an integral pre-filter for protection against dirty fuel.
Gas-assisted cylinders make opening the bonnet on a JCB forklift easy, and the large wide service bay provides good access to both sides of the engine.
Although most Tier 4 Final engines require exhaust after-treatment like a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) or SCR, EcoMAX doesn’t; this means you don’t need to worry about costly heat-resistant lube oils or AdBlue fluid level maintenance.
The 4.4-litre EcoMAX T4 Final-compliant engine in a JCB rough terrain forklift produces peak power (74hp/55kW) and torque (400Nm) at just 1200 rpm for great responsiveness. A fixed geometry turbo further enhances low-rev performance for improved power and tractive effort.
You can fine-tune a JCB Rough terrain forklift to any application and terrain. Lift capacity of the 926 is 2600kg; tyres are available in large diameter traction or industrial; long pallet forks in either 1067mm or 1200mm; and either 2WD or 4WD.
We offer an optional single or double acting mast auxiliary; in turn, these facilitate a huge range of productivity-boosting options. And, because different applications demand different sizes of mast, you can specify 3.6, 4.5 or 5.5 variants.
There are two different carriage options on this JCB forklift machines: Class IIIB ITA, or Bar carriage.
JCB build the engine, transmission, hydraulic rams and cab of every rough terrain forklift so that they’ll work in perfect harmony. The end result is minimum compromise, optimum performance.
The left column-mounted powershuttle gives the operator fast and easy directional control, while all-wheel servo braking provides smooth and responsive stopping power (latter is optional extra on 926).
The large, spacious cab of a JCB rough terrain forklift boasts left and right grab handles with wide-opening doors; standard-fit tinted glass which reflects 30% of solar energy; and a new 3-speed heater fan for improved demisting/de-icing of the windscreen.
For all-day productive comfort, we offer both suspension and air suspension seating options that can be adjusted to different operator requirements or tasks. When lifting or placing loads, our optional sideshift carriage makes things even easier.
In-cab noise levels are reduced. New backlit laser-etched switches aid recognition and night visibility, while simple lever controls ensure total command of mast and auxiliary functions.
Visibility is excellent, courtesy of direct glazing, fold-back rear doors, a low bonnet, high cab mounting position, a large roof screen, a slimline outer mast section, and large front and rear windscreens. Optional front and rear work lights provide ultimate visibility.
A zero tail swing design means that when the rear tyre of a JCB forklift has cleared an obstacle on full turn, you can be safe in the knowledge that the rear counterweight will clear it too. This means our machines are ideal for working in confined areas.
JCB rough terrain forklifts are sold all over the world, so we offer a choice of cab (with or without air conditioning) or canopy to suit different climates.