What Licence do you need to drive a JCB Fastrac?

Heavy machinery license

The General Regulation for drivers RD 818/2009 is the regulation that governs the different driving licenses that exist in our country. Based on this regulation, all drivers who obtained a class B license before December 8, 2009, are authorized to drive special non-agricultural machinery, whose speed does not exceed 40 km/h. Those who obtained their license after that date must obtain a class C1 or class C license, depending on the mass of the vehicle to be driven. The C1 to drive vehicles up to 7,500kg and class C for those over 7,500kg.

Companies usually require the operator to have a class C license, regardless of the mass of the machine to be driven. And in the case of articulated vehicles, in order to operate them, it will be necessary to have the C+E license, which allows driving trailers, trucks with trailers, retractor heads and construction machinery with trailers, among others…

I accept the privacy conditions and I give my consent for the treatment of my personal data provided to HUNE RENTAL S.L.U., for the purpose and in the terms stated above.

License to drive excavators

ref: F320055 Capacity 250 kg at 0 mm load center, Overall height: 2350 mm, Overall width: 810 mm, Working height 10,10m, Folding handrail, Platform 2,25 x 0,81 m (extension 0,9m), Non-marking tires, Fork operation and maintenance manualWidth: 810 weight: 2528 Battery capacity: 250A/h Battery model:

2008 – JCB 531-70 | Used telescopic handler with 5 m lift height and 3100 kg capacity, 1000 mm forks, 4-wheel drive, 1 hydraulic auxiliary line, 3-way steering, FOPS/ROPS cab protection, cab guard, cen…

Read more  Can you use Rockwool to insulate a flat roof?

Hours:2182, First registration:20.11.2017, Three-point rear linkage, Electronic linkage control (EHR), Suspended front axle, Hydraulic steering, Creeper, Air suspension seat, Inverter, Double acting control unit (5x), Four-wheel steering, LED version work lights, Height adjustable hitch, External control unit (5x), Four-wheel steering, LED version work lights, Height adjustable hitch, External control unit (4x), Hydraulic…

JCB model 8020 CTS mini excavator with enclosed and heated cab. Weight: 2000 kg, expandable rubber tracks, dozer blade with extension, hammer tube, additional front working lights, digging bucket.

Heavy machinery license mexico

During all this time that we have been sharing photos and information with you, some readers and community participants have also shared their own photos and videos with us. After telling you so much about machines and news from abroad, we thought it would be good to group these photos and videos in a post so that everyone could also see and comment on what our beloved Uruguayan machinists are doing.

This machine is a JCB Fastrac 3230 and who is working with it is Mario Ortiz. To be honest, it is a bit envious to see him enjoying a day’s work in the field when we are here locked up behind a computer.

This photo is of a JCB tracked excavator on a demolition job and was shared by Paulo Martinez. He also showed us pictures of two JCB 3c backhoes helping to make a huge paella. Who could have imagined this particular use for our backhoes? You can see it here.

And finally, a couple of weeks ago Octavo Morales shared with us a bunch of photos of a JCB JS 220 15 meter long arm excavator working non-stop. And as if that wasn’t enough, he also passed us a couple of videos to entertain us for a while. At the end of the photos we posted our favorite.

Read more  How does a heat network work?

What it takes to drive a backhoe loader

New Holland has introduced a PS gearbox for its T8000 series with a kind of continuous shift control but which is actually an automatic powershift gearbox. With this, they convert the hand throttle into a speed regulator being the gearbox the one that chooses the revolutions and the most suitable gear ratio, for the chosen speed between 1 and 23kph, while in road mode the accelerator pedal is used to do the same between 1-50kph. It may be a good solution since at least for transport it may have an almost equivalent effect, and it is supposed to have a much lower purchase price since it is only a software…Do you think that this intermediate solution may be the future of the traditional powershift gearboxes?

What is clear is that the tendency is to fully automatic and infinitely variable gears, that is to say without scales or jumps that affect the possibility of carrying any speed at any rpm, either continuous as in jd, case or fendt or as this one announced by NH.

What Licence do you need to drive a JCB Fastrac?
Scroll to top