270

270

270

Lift Path: Vertical
Rated Operating Capacity: 1235kg
Net Engine Power: 55kW
The new Hi-Viz, JCB 270 large platform machine has greater visibility down to the attachment. With a rated operating capacity of 1,235 kg, this powerful vertical lift skid steer loader is ideal for demolition, breaker work and using rock saws.

POWER AND PERFORMANCE

With plenty of power and versatile features, JCB sets new standards for efficiency and productivity in skid steer loaders.

Unlike conventional skid steer cooling systems, JCB’s pulls cool, clean air from above and forces hot air out through the sides and rear, away from the operator. All JCB machines feature an industry standard quick hitch for quick coupling to all JCB attachments and all other brands. The standard hydraulic circuit on JCB large platform machines it is 90lpm. A high-flow option up to 125lpm is available for maximum attachment versatility.

STRENGTH AND DURABILITY

JCB has earned its reputation for strong design, and JCB skid steers are built tough to handle the demands of any application and any condition. Fully-welded chassis provides a rigid structure for maximum strength and reduced weight. A solid undercarriage with cast steel, triple-flanged rollers provides consistent performance on demanding terrain. The unique JCB single-arm Powerboom™ boasts double tapered pivot pins and 20% more steel than conventional twin-arm skid steer designs for greater rigidity with less wear and improved retention of material in the bucket.

Specifications

makeJCB
Model270
Capacity1235kg Operating Capacity

Testimonials

Tents & Events – Ben Newell – Managing Director

Reliability is mandatory in the events sector so we opted to take delivery of the JCB. Finding out that the unit was specified as standard with the LiveLink Telematics system was a bonus. We have trackers on all our other machines, but this does so much more than just tracking.

Linroyale Potatoes – Stewart Clarke – MD

Our JCB generator not only provides a reliable power source but the telematics are proving very useful in assessing our work schedules. The saving in fuel each year comfortably pays for the maintenance agreement.