Built for the people who do the heavy lifting:-

A forklift is a powered truck that is designed to carry/ lift /stack materials. It’s a heavy duty vehicle equipped with forks at the front. It reduces workers pain, performing work fast and consuming less time. These trucks must only be operated by someone who has a license; that is, someone who is trained to control this equipment.

DESCRIPTION

  • TOTAL WEIGHT – 4,179 Kg
  • LENGTH TO FORK FACE – 2,692 mm
  • OVER ALL WIDTH -1,230 mm
  • HEADGUARD HEIGHT – 2,180 mm
  • GROUND CLEARANCE – 118 mm
  • WHEEL BASE – 1,700 mm
  • TREAD-FRONT – 1,005 mm: REAR- 980 mm
  • LOAD CAPACITY – 3,300Kg
  • LOAD CENTER – 500mm
  • LIFTING SPEED-LOAD -480 mm/sec : UNLOAD-500 mm/sec
  • LOWERING SPEED- LOAD- 500 mm/sec : UNLOAD-450 mm/sec
  • L x W x T – 1050x122x45 (mm)
  • MAXIMUM TRAVEL SPEED- 18.5 km/h
  • MAXIMUM GRADEABILITY (load) – 25.9 %
  • OUTSIDE TURNING RAD – 2,434 mm
  • Construction Sites: Industrial Forklifts serve as very useful equipment at the construction sites, as it can be used to carry hefty building materials over long distances, across the rough terrain. It merges and balances the functions of a lifting tool and a vehicle.
  • Warehouses: Forklifts are most often used in the warehouses. Forklifts are mainly used for loading and unloading trucks and for carrying goods. There are extensive ranges of forklifts available which include pedestrian operated machines to heavy duty driver operated trucks.
  • Recycling Operations: Forklifts are also used in recycling operations for unloading the recycling trucks or containers and transporting their contents to the sorting bays. Forklift trucks can efficiently load and unload straight trucks, tractor trailers, elevators and railway cars.
  • Dockyards: Forklift trucks have been used in stacking and unloading of ships and barges during world wars when the need arises for a quick and efficient way to load arms and supplies.
  • Transport: This might come as a surprise, but forklift trucks can be utilized to transport people. They’re used as a substitute tool to aerial lifts and cranes to hoist people to higher places, especially when these people need to perform a variety of tasks, such as: Inventory of stocks, Maintenance purposes, and cleaning inaccessible areas. When transporting people, however, there are very specific safety practices that you must always take into consideration.
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