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Toyota Forklifts

Toyota Forklifts

Almost 100 years ago, when lift trucks were first made, they were just simple pieces of motorized machinery which were made to move pallets from one location to another. These days, advanced lift trucks are now offered in a wide variety of weight capacities, designs, load capacities and lifting heights. These forklift models are offered with a huge array of ergonomic designs and improved safety features specifically designed for operator comfort. Perhaps the only universal features of the diverse lift truck selection are the forks used to lift cargo and the tires utilized to move the equipment.

Counterbalanced Forklifts
The term counterbalanced forklifts comprise internal combustion or IC trucks and also electric trucks.

Narrow-Aisle Forklifts
The narrow-aisle lift truck comes in various units like: Reach trucks, Orderpickers and Turret Trucks.

Pallet Jacks or Low Lift Pallet Trucks
Pallet Jacks or the low lift pallet jack includes electric-powered pallet jacks and hand powered pallet jacks.

Counterbalanced Trucks
The most common kind of lift truck is usually known as a forklift. The most widely-used model is the sit-down, counterbalanced truck. A weight located in the rear of all trucks counterbalances the weight of the load and therefore ensures that the truck doesn't tip forward.

Usually, a Counterbalanced Forklift Provides:
Nearly all counterbalanced forklifts offer a lift height more than 16 feet. The most common models have a lift height of 189 inches. Offering a capacity ranging from 4000 pounds to 6500 pounds is amongst the most popular models. These machinery are available with safety features such as lights and backup alarms, amongst other things to guarantee operator safety.

The counterbalanced forklifts are typically powered by either internal combustion engines or electric motors. According to the President of the ITA or Industrial Truck Association, Jeff Rufener, the split is about 60% electric, and 40 percent internal combustion. He is also Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America's Vice President.

To suit any of you material handling requirements, there is definitely a forklift available to suit your requirements. For use indoors, electric lift truck units are perfect as they generate little noise and no hazardous fumes. The IC units are great for outdoor, heavier lifting capacities and rougher terrain locations. Depending on the kind of environment you will be working in, as well as what you would carry and be transporting, there is definitely the right Toyota forklift available for you.

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