Teleskip

£595.00£635.00 + VAT

Our Teleskip has been designed to reduce risk and increase efficiency by automatically locking itself on to the forks.

Description

Our Teleskip has been designed to reduce risk and increase efficiency. Simply drive your forks into the pockets and the automatic mechanism will lock itself on to the forks of the Telehandler when elevated, ensuring the Telehandler driver can stay in the safety of his cab while both lifting and emptying.

Key Features of the Teleskip:

  • Automatic fork engagement and locking
  • Reinforced folded and welded top edge
  • Stackable
  • Fully welded body to prevent leakage
  • Mechanical locking mechanism
  • Painted finish
  • Differing colours for waste separation available

“Efficient and robust, this is the best skip on the market”

View the skip in action on site here.

More Details:

The TeleskipĀ is the latest innovation in the Tipping Skip market, that aims to keep the driver of the Telehandler in the safety of hisĀ cab at all times. The TeleskipĀ automatically locks and unlocks behind the floating fork heels using a gas strut, rather than using the traditional safety chain. Once loaded with waste material the Telekip are raised and tipped using the Telehandler arm itself. There is no pivot or self-tipping mechanism required on a Teleskip.

Telehandler tipping skips are slowly taking over from the traditional forklift tipping skips in environments such as on new build construction sites, where telehandlers are present and health and safety is vitally important.

Need a standard auto release tipping skip? View our standard skip here.

If you have any questions relating to this product or any in our range then please call 0330 043 3747Ā or email sales@tippingskips.co.ukĀ andĀ one of our team will be on hand to discuss your requirements, lead times, delivery options or simply advise on the most appropriate equipment for your needs.

Additional information

Colour

Blue, Green, Grey, Black, Yellow, Red, Orange

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