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  • The 4 Wheel Drive Forklifts built by Noble provides innovative engineering, supreme manufacturing quality and exceptional design. The RT-Series Forklift has earned a great reputation for the company. The RT is offered in both 4WD and 2WD. These machines have lifting capacities ranging of 5000, to 6000 pounds and as much as 8000 pounds. Noble has kept the requirements of its numerous clients at the forefront of their mind over the years. They have engineered the RT to be an excellent quality lift truck. This specific model is outfitted with many features and necessities which are offered by major competitors for higher prices. Mast The mast could hydraulically tilt 45 degrees that allows for easy transportation and storage of the RT. The RT forklift by Noble can be outfitted with a three stage or two stage side shifting mast. These masts have dual cylinders and dual side chains. The center cylinder has been eliminated and the hoses and carriage side chains really improves the visibility of the driver through the mast, greatly increasing overall line of sight. Operator Compartment The operator's compartment is ergonomically engineered for the comfort of the driver. This cab has been engineered with the driver's needs in mind and enables easy access when entering and exiting the compartment. Additionally, engineers positioned the seat in a lower position. This specific design offers a much more comfortable ride, particularly in long-haul applications. There are optional factory installed cabs available that offer the operator with the ability to work in basically any setting and more protection. The key features added to the R-Series forklifts are superior floatation, awesome traction and ample ground clearance. The side-shifting mast comes standard and in triple masts and the power shuttle transmissions are extremely productive. The center seat is set up particularly to ensure optimum visibility. These kinds of equipment utilize durable Perkins Tier II diesel engines. The one-piece optimum strength frame is built with ProEngineer software. The lift trucks boast maximum lift heights ranging from 2 to 9 metres or 10 to 30 feet. The driver's compartment is extremely large and offers convenient controls that are ergonomically situated. The interior design of the operator's compartment is comfortable in order to make it simple to get the job at hand completed. These units have earned the reputation for providing easy transport, with 45 degree forward mast tilt great for trailering. More

  • Driving a forklift is much more complex than driving a car. A forklift driver should be really skilled and trained in the operation of a forklift. Operating a forklift requires a high level of concentration. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration reports that 85 people die in forklift-related mishaps each and every year year. About 35,000 people are hurt each year in mishaps related to lift trucks. Nearly 50 percent of operator deaths result from a lift truck tip over. In order to prevent tip overs, it is vital that drivers know how to correctly estimate load weight. In the construction business, the weight of a load is often posted right on the load. If the load consists of cubes containing 90 concrete blocks and a concrete block weighs 16 kilograms, the whole weight of the load will be about 1,360 kilograms. When a load is wet, the operator would need to take additional weight into consideration. It is dangerous for drivers to make poorly informed estimations regarding the real weight of the load and whether the lift truck could handle it. If a driver cannot be certain about the load weight, he must ask for help from the supervisor. Another cause of tip overs is failure to pull up close enough to a building to lift or place a load with an extended boom. It is vital to use the load chart to prevent tipping the lift truck. Even when a forklift does not really tip over, a mishap has occurred when the back wheels come off the ground. This means the forklift limitations have been exceeded. Even if damage may not be obvious, the rear axle can have sustained damaged when hitting the ground. Lift trucks may even tip when not carrying a load. An unloaded forklift could tip if an operator has placed a load on scaffolding utilizing an extended boom. If the driver reverses the forklift and turns suddenly while bringing the boom down, the center of gravity would be pushed to the edges of the forklift and could result in a tip over. A driver should always utilize the joysticks to lower and retract the fork. More

  • After a long association with a dealer of Ford Tractors, Walter Sellick started to build his very own company by transforming a tractor which was provided by Ford Tractor. He transformed it into a 6000 pound forklift which could be used outdoors. What is presently regarded as the turn-around tractor series consists of a mast and a counterweight design and basic sub-frame. Heavy duty lifts have changed in both their construction and design. An integral one piece frame concept was introduced to all models of Sellick lift trucks ever since the year 1975. The basic Ford Tractor power train became retrained as the basic power module for most models. The market was for Sellick straight mast rough terrain forklifts were well established. The state of the art technology combined with the new design paved the way to hugely increased sales during the start of the 1980s. A new part designed series was introduced during 1987. This series featured Ford, Perkins and Continental engine options and was outfitted with shift-on-the-go transmissions. Additionally, the low profile SG Series and the SD series along with the See Thru roller masts became available in the market. The introduction of the 12,000 pound SD Series during the latter part of the 1990s together with the optional fully automatic Power-shift transmission featured the new millennium's technology. The TMF-55 Truck Mounted Lift Truck was launched in 1995. This machine features 5500 pound capacity. This specific unit is powered by a choice of Perkins or Deutz diesel engine. This design greatly maximizes the complete delivery system-trailer, driver and truck and greatly reduces turn-around time to a minimum. The TMF-55 easily and simply loads itself on the back of a trailer or a truck. This specific design saves huge cargo space and eliminates the need for towing a trailer. Sellick Equipment Limited became the only distributer of the JCB Teletruck within North America in the year 2002. This flexible reach industrial lift truck helps to fill out the material handling products selection. It offers utmost versatility and a unique forward reach. In 2004, Sellick introduced the S Series of ergonomically friendly forklifts. These units focused a great deal on operator comfort and safety. The business has launched a new era of production and top of the line forklift design. More

  • The lift truck manufacturer Manitex LiftKing is major North American producer of material handling products. Their complete lineup of equipment comprise: Transporters, RT Lift Trucks, Steel Mill Equipment and Special Mission Oriented Vehicles which are highly particular in addition to Carriers. The corporation has been operating ever since the year 1968. Manitex LiftKing has their headquarters in Woodbridge, Toronto, California where a committed team of over 100 workers engineer and design and makes this machinery. Through the years, the corporation has earned a positive reputation for offering excellent products. They have always met the specifications, ergonomics, price points and delivery within the Material Handling business. For over 3 decades, the company has been delivering quality machinery to the marketplace. Previously known as Veri-Tek International Corp., LiftKing Industries merged with Manitex International in November of the year 2006. They specialized mainly in engineering different lift machinery. Under the ticker symbol "MNTX", Manitex International, Inc. is presently traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange LiftKing produces a lineup of rugged Telescopic Rough Terrain Lift Trucks, Straight Mast machinery and Trailer Mounted Rough Terrain Forklifts. These heavy industrial equipment machines are typically used for military and commercial applications. They offer a total series of special-purpose, innovative, all-terrain vehicles which are mission-oriented. These kinds of equipment offer unequaled capabilities under the brand name ATVking. The vehicles made by Manitex LiftKing range from 300 ton shipyard transporters to 5000 pound trailer mounted models to 25 ton military forklifts. Each model delivers superbly and is efficient and reliable. Manitex LiftKing is a leader in the North American material handling business. They make a complete line of Specialized Carriers, Steel Mill Equipment products, Highly Specialized Mission Oriented Vehicles as well as a huge variety of Rough Terrain or RT Forklifts. Manitex is as diversified as their customer base. Manitex LiftKing boasts over 6000 different models operating around the world. They have over 170 Dealer locations that service and sell Manitex LiftKing models all around the globe. The extremely knowledgeable dealers can help fix any issues and specialize in lessening any downtime. They really want you get back to work as quickly as possible and accomplish your bottom line. More

  • The forklift or lift truck is a powered machinery used most frequently for the transporting and lifting of goods and supplies in industrial and warehouse settings. These machines are normally used in the dockside, warehousing, mining and construction applications. The forklift can be called by a lot of different names, depending on their functions. A few different examples of these names are: stacker trucks, lift trucks, trailer loaders and fork trucks. These types of equipment are used all around the world, mainly in the warehousing and manufacturing industry. In the mid 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, the very first forklifts made their debut in the building of the Pennsylvania railroad during the year 1906. At that time, platform trucks were launched to help in the transportation of products. These very first platform trucks run on batteries. The trucks regained their popularity in WWI when extreme labor shortages occurred due to all the enlisted men. This is when forklifts truly arrived on the market to stay. For forklifts, there are essentially 2 types: ones that handle light loads and the ones that deal with heavier cargo. Lighter units would include: side loaders, towing tractors, hand pallet trucks and walkie starters. These machines are meant for handling lighter cargo and they are not ideal for extremely heavy cargo. The equipment's specific load capacity is posted on the machinery itself and in the owner's guidebook. A few examples of the big truck types consist of: truck mounted forklifts, telescopic handlers and walkie order picking trucks. There are a range of different kinds of forklifts available and a lot of different variations of capacity and load. Most of the time within warehouse applications, the lighter versions is used. Bigger models are often seen within the shipping business. Certain units have a tilting mast to make the load bend in order to counteract any slipping. The majority of forklift models with have rear steering wheels because this specific design aspect helps to increase the maneuverability of the equipment. Additionally, this steering manner comes in really useful when operating around corners. These machinery could be unstable due to their varying centers of gravity. It is a very good idea to avoid negotiating sharp corners. Yet another kind includes specialized forklifts. These machinery would include explosion proof trucks and articulated counterbalance trucks. The explosion proof trucks are utilized in environments and factories which deal with flammable supplies. More

  • Hyundai Lifts Offering Reliability, Performance and Economy at a great price are Hyundai Forklifts. When choosing make a major investment for your business in the equipment department, you will not be disappointed with any kind of Hyundai Forklift. Hyundai Forklifts offer a complete range of high quality equipment. There is a kind of equipment available for every purpose. The versatile Battery Electric 3 Wheel Machine, Ride-On Reach Trucks, or the Panograph Reach Trucks are really excellent options. For those heavy industrial yards which prefer, there is the 16 ton Diesel equipment. This particular Hyundai Forklift has become a leading machinery in the market. Regardless of what your business or personal needs are, Hyundai could provide you with a great machinery for a great price. Manufacturing small, medium and large earth moving machines is Hyundai Heavy Industries. They also manufacture ships and oil rigs. The corporation is also the basis for the fastest growing car manufacturer in the globe. Hyundai forklifts are popular all over California and the USA. They have the reputation of being the most reliable material handling machine on the market. The corporation offers a complete line of heavy industrial equipment such as cushion tire forklifts, electric forklifts, pneumatic tire forklifts and narrow aisle reach trucks. The company's extensive catalog features the technological research of Hyundai and the many years of experience they bring to the industry with the design of each model. Hyundai's innovative safety features have set the bar for material handling machine features. They are famous for both ergonomics and increased operator comfort. Hyundai is very confident in its equipment's durability. On all of their lift truck models, they provide a 4000 hour, full 3-year warranty. The company guides their performance and durability by applying a "no-nonsense" principle to all of their machinery. They purposely leave out unnecessary technical subtleties. Hyundai will use anything that increases the equipment's safety and efficiency. All components on the vehicles are made with the highest standards, and the durability that the company has become known for. The forklift trucks have standard applied wet disk brakes. They assure safe control of these heavy duty machines. Regardless if you are shopping for your business, or your home, there is a Hyundai forklift available for all of your residential and commercial requirements. Check out the various specialties and sizes on the Internet or stop by your local dealer to check them out first hand. More

  • Overview Taking time to do your homework and decide which kind of lift truck is right for you and your business could really save you as well as your company lots of money. Knowing various financial alternatives, choosing between brand new and used models, along with how to go about making the best purchase is not always as simple as it seems. A lot of forklift buyers would base their decisions on the basis of the forklifts cost. This can cost you more money if the model you select a model without considering the needed maintenance expenses over the lift of the lift truck. For instance, many people get a good deal on the equipment but end up paying a lot more than the initial cost just to be able to maintain uptime. Prior to making the lift truck purchase, it is vital to consider the best buying practices for your specific application needs. Types and Classes of Lift Trucks There are 7 various classes that the Industrial Truck Association has organized lift trucks into: Class I are Electric Motor Rider Trucks; Class II is distinguished by Electric Motor Narrow Aisle Trucks; Class III are Electric Motor Hand Trucks; Class IV is the Internal Combustion Engine Trucks with Cushion Tires and finally, Class V is the ICE Trucks Pneumatic Tires units. Internal Combustion or Electric So as to initiate the decision process, it is a great idea to know what the specific application needs of that forklift are. This will help you determine whether or not an internal combustion engine or ICE model or an electric model is better. You must know what the best type of lift truck choices is in order to find one which suits your requirements. Like for example, electric lift trucks are great for indoor use in warehouse applications since they do not emit any fumes and provide a much better atmosphere for employee's health. Electric forklifts are known for being simple to maneuver. They are handy for working in trailers and smaller aisles, rather than a lot of the internal combustion units. Using electric forklifts enables greater cost effectiveness and more storage space for warehouses. More

  • Clark manufactured the world's first forklift truck in 1917. Ever since, Clark has been an international leader within the manufacture and supply of forklifts. The technological advancements of the company have time and again revolutionized the world's materials handling industry. At present, Clark has manufactured over 1 million units. Clark makes a wide variety of forklifts ranging from 1500 to 8000 kilogram capacities. Lift trucks include electric, gas and diesel forklifts. Clark engineers lift trucks for outdoor and indoor application on semi-improved surfaces. Applications consist of warehousing, manufacturing, lumber handling and storage yards. Clark also manufactures electric reach models used for narrow aisles as well as electric tow tractors. Clark Electric Reach Trucks Clark electric reach trucks are designed with 100 percent AC technology for utmost performance and efficiency while enjoying less operating expenses. Clark electric reach trucks have from 1000 - 2500 kilogram capacities. They are best for modern narrow aisle applications that require performance and reliability. Clark Internal Combustion Forklifts Ranging from 2000 to 8000 kilogram capacities are Clark's selection of diesel and gas forklifts. These trucks have durable pneumatic and cushion tire choices. They are best used for demanding manufacturing, warehousing, and materials handling environments. Clark Electric Forklifts In the demanding industry of distribution and manufacturing, the 100% AC, electric lift trucks made by Clark are very dependable. They are ergonomically designed for utmost operator safety and comfort. Clark "E-volution" Range The oldest name in forklifts is currently leading the way in an E-Volution of the forklift with really efficient electric models for a greener world. Clark Tow Tractor The electric tow tractor which has at least a 4000 to 7000 kilogram towing capacity is the Clark CTX40/70 model. This model is efficient and reliable for moving multiple trailer loads. The Clark tow tractor is designed with a comfortable and safe compartment for the operator. The tow tractor promises durability and consistent reliability. More


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