JCB Manuals & Wiring Diagrams PDF

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JCB Tractor Manuals & Wiring Diagrams PDF



JCB 457 wheel loader
JCB 457 wheel loader

History of JCB Tractors

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JCB was founded in 1945.

After the first successful sales, decided to take a loan for business development, and received approval from the bank. However, soon the loan canceled, and had to urgently return the funds.

18 JCB plants located on four continents: 11 of them are in the UK, 3 in India and 1 each in the USA, China, Germany and Brazil.

Today, the company offers products in more than 150 countries and employs 11,000 people.

Became incredibly popular with local farmers, and after only 2 years received improvements in the form of a hydraulic lift.

Almost all the profits Bamford allowed for the improvement of its technology and the expansion of production.

1960 entered the markets of the US and Canada. And in 1964, the first excavator introduced, which could rotate 360 ​​degrees.

1979, JCB presented its products on the Indian market, and in 1991 a joint venture established for the production of excavators with Sumitomo.

Also, plants opened in Brazil and the United States. In 1991, the production of Fastrac integral tractors began. Now the series has 8 models with a capacity of 160-260 hp.

The tractors have four-wheel drive with differential lock, the front axle with wheels of increased diameter and width is commensurate with the rear one along the track.

This scheme provides a more uniform distribution of loads. Fastrac tractors have a high speed on the highway, where they can reach more than 70 km / h.

2004, the company began developing its own diesel engine; before that, JCB only purchased them from other manufacturers. A year later, Vibromax acquired and a new plant opened in China.

And in 2009, JCB announced that the production of loaders in India, deployed by the company, will be the largest in the world.

Currently, JCB employs over 8,000 people worldwide. JCB is a British company that today produces more than 300 different types of machines.

Including backhoe loaders, Loadall telescopic loaders, tracked and wheeled excavators, wheel loaders, articulated dump trucks, rough terrain forklifts.

Mini excavators, skid steer loaders, compaction equipment, generators and equipment for land works.