2019 JCB Service Manual Backhoe Loader Drivetrain Engines Excavators & Mini Excavator Loadall SkidSteer TeleTruk Tractor Vibromax Wheeled Loader COMPLETE SET
JCB is a manufacturer of equipment for construction, agriculture, waste handling, and demolition, based in Rocester, Staffordshire, England. It produces over 300 types of machines, including diggers (backhoes), excavators, tractors, and diesel engines, across 22 factories spanning Asia, Europe, North America, and South America; its products are sold in over 150 countries. Products
Many of the vehicles produced by JCB are variants of the backhoe loader, including tracked or wheeled variants, mini and large versions and other variations for carrying and moving items, for example forklift vehicles and telescopic handlers for moving materials to the upper floors of a building site. Wheeled loading shovels and articulated dump trucks are also produced. Excavators
JCB now has its X Series, an updated version of the J series Tracked 360° excavators ranging from the JZ70 (7-tonne zero tail swing excavator) to the JS460 (46-tonne tracked excavator). In 2008 at Con expo JCB revealed a new top range JS520 which included the new style paint job with rams painted black.
Wheeled 360° excavators ranging from the JS130W to the JS200W. Machines can be produced with either monoboom or a triple-articulated boom
In July 2020 the company’s electric digger (19C-1E) was the winner of the MacRobert Award, the most prestigious prize for UK engineering innovation. Wheeled loaders
Industrial and agricultural wheeled loaders from compact 6-tonne hydrostatic machines to larger 25-tonne quarrying machines using a mix of 4- and 6-cylinder diesel engines. Tractors
JCB Fastrac 8250 tractor JCB has also made its name in the tractor world by producing one of the first such machines that features proper suspension and is capable of travelling at speed on roads. The JCB Fastrac entered production in 1990. Prior to this design, the suspension was difficult because of the fixed-height connections required to farm machinery, and tractors were notoriously slow on the roads. Dependent on the model, the Fastrac can travel at 50 km/h, 65 km/h or 75 km/h (40 mph). Military vehicles
JCB also makes a range of military vehicles, which also concentrate on load-handling and excavation.These include the JCB HMEE. JCB Dieselmax
In April 2006, JCB announced that they were developing a diesel-powered land speed record vehicle known as the ‘JCB Dieselmax’. The car is powered by two modified JCB 444 diesel power plants using a two-stage turbocharger to generate 750 bhp, one engine driving the front wheels and the other the rear wheels.
On 22 August 2006 the Dieselmax, driven by Andy Green, broke the diesel engine land speed record, attaining a speed of 328.767 miles per hour (529.099 km/h). The following day, the record was again broken, this time with a speed of 350.092 miles per hour (563.418 km/h). JCB Vibromax JCB acquired the German company Vibromax, which manufactures compaction equipment.