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by Genie On Aug 7, 2017, 06:00 AM

Routine Maintenance Overview for Genie® Telehandlers

Reminding your customers about the importance of checking fluid levels and greasing the machine daily should be something your employees do whenever a telehandler goes out on rent. While those daily tasks will reduce the chance of breakdowns, less frequent manufacturer recommended maintenance tasks, such as quarterly and annual to dos, should never be ignored because they are equally as important to the productivity of the machine and getting you the best rental return on invested capital (rROIC). To read more about routine maintenance for Genie® telehandlers and subscribe to Genie Aerial Pros, please provide your email below: 
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Lift Pro Online Product Training: Intro to Genie Telehandlers

Learn more about the Genie Telehandlers through this 15 minute interactive presentation

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Interpreting a Telehandler’s Load Charts

When the job calls for lifting, moving and placing materials on jobsites, telehandlers are a great go-to equipment choice, because these machines can complete all those tasks with just one unit — as opposed to needing a combination of machines, such as a skid steer loader and small crane to complete a job.

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OSHA National Safety Stand-Down 2018: 10 Tips for Safely Operating Telehandlers on the Jobsite

A telehandler is one of the most frequently used tools, and most versatile pieces of equipment on a jobsite.

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