Pettibone Unveils Pipe-Handling Telehandler
With the addition of a 60-inch wide baler attachment to its 10,000-pound capacity 10032 Extendo telehandler, Pettibone, Baraga, Mich., has created its first telehandler designed specifically for pipe-handling applications. Pipe yards and drilling companies can take advantage of the maneuverability and telescopic reach of a telehandler while handling pipes to 20 inches in diameter. Other applications include utilities, precast plants, and pole yards.
The baler attachment uses a 60-inch-wide carriage to securely handle 4- to 20-inch outside diameter pipes. Hydraulically actuated hold downs on the baler arms stabilize the pipe on 48-inch-long forks. A single joystick allows smooth operation of all boom and baler functions for maximum productivity.
Maximum lift height of the machine is 32'6”. The three-section boom goes to a maximum forward reach of 19'9” at its 24-inch load center, allowing operators to pick-and-place loads over barriers and obstacles. The 10032 will take 8,000 pounds up to the maximum lift height and 3,000 pounds to the maximum forward reach. The 10032 also features a 12'6” turning radius.
This model incorporates rough-terrain features common to all Extendo models, including four-wheel drive with planetary axles; four-wheel, two-wheel, and crab steering options; and clutchless powershift transmission with four forward and reverse speeds. A Tier 2-compliant Cummins 110-hp turbo diesel engine with electronic protection provides 20 mph travel speed. Frame-leveling is standard along with rear-axle stabilization.
Contributing to operator comfort and safety is a cab with excellent visibility, adjustable right-side arm rest and a full set of gauges for instant machine status. A GPS management system provides security through machine tracking while recording hours, utilization rates and maintenance history. Options include an enclosed cab with air conditioning, foam filled tires and light packages.
For more information, visit www.gopettibone.com.