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  • Frequent inspections can really help to reduce forklift maintenance and save you copious amounts of money in the long-run. The standing joke in the industry is a lift truck technician coining the saying "Pay me now, or pay me later," because it usually costs more to procrastinate when it comes to lift trucks. Like for instance, the minor fixes which are not repaired can later turn into costly repairs. Tilt Cylinders If they are left unchecked, oil leaks are a very serious issues. On a regular basis, the equipment must be checked for damage and/or oil leaks. Oil leaks can lead to really dangerous uncontrolled movement of the mast. Whether the leaks are in the cylinder or outside, the outcome could lead to cylinder drift and loss of vital fluid. When damage or leaks are detected, you normally would have to replace the seals or the entire cylinder assembly. Chains Be sure to pay attention as you don't want mast lift chains to stretch beyond acceptable limits. Look carefully for any signs of damage or wear and tear. Check regularly with a chain wear gauge so as to monitor the wear. If the chain is worn beyond 2 percent or rusted, it is time to replace the chain. Following these tips would help keep your equipment functioning optimally. Mast The mast needs to be moving smoothly down and up when operating the lift control lever. Be sure to check to see if the mast is tilting forwards and backwards in a smooth manner. You might need to lubricate the mast strip sliding surfaces if the sliding surfaces are binding. Lubricate their fittings also, as there is a fitting located on either side of the inner mast. The lift bracket side rollers are one more lubrication spot. Forks Check the forks and check for cracks, damage and wear. It is vital to remember that cracked or worn blades can possibly fail without any warning. Any fork damage of course means immediately taking the truck out of service. If the cracks are deeper than just on the surface, they should be replaced since they really can't be safely repaired. More

  • Toyota lift trucks can fill nearly each and every one of your material handling requirements from improved ergonomics, better visibility, top productivity and reliability. Most importantly, Toyota is the business leader as far as safety technology is concerned. Toyota's top priority is to provide its customers with great quality on all the products that we provide. This is why we provide total customer satisfaction with each and every model we produce and this is the premise for all that we do. The best method to keeping our customers completely satisfied is to offer the highest quality products and service. The word "kaizen" is mentioned often at Toyota facilities all over the globe. This word translates to mean "continuous improvement" and is a top factor within the business and in Toyota quality. Kaizen has been integrated into Toyota Production system. This thought process is included in our design, production and engineering teams in order to constantly improve our lifts trucks. This philosophy additionally drives our service workers and is among the cornerstones of the company. Toyota has been a leading supplier of innovative forklifts for over 40 years. Toyota has sold over 1 million lift trucks to countless happy clients in more than 200 nations. In all stages of our operation, there is a complete dedication to constant enhancement yielding safer practices and more effective material handling machines. Toyota's commitment to performance, excellence and customer service has been the reason why Toyota has become so very successful on a global scale. Statistics prove that 1 of every 5 forklifts bought all over the world is a Toyota. The System of Active Stability or SAS is unique to Toyota, and is meant to lessen the possibility of injuries and accidents. This system really minimizes the potential for product and equipment damage while increasing overall productivity levels. SAS works by sensing various factors that could cause lateral instability and cause potential lateral overturn. When these conditions are detected, SAS immediately engages the Swing Lock Cylinder to stabilize the rear axle. Once this mechanism is engaged, the stability footprint of the lift truck is changed from being triangular in shape to rectangular. This change in stance reduces the likelihood of a lateral overturn from occurring since it results in an increase in stability and substantially. The Active Control Rear Stabilizer or the Active Mast Function additionally immensely helps injuries or accidents from happening since it adds extra stability. More

  • Fleet managers could plan for the unplanned, ramp up on safety measures and overall productivity and lessen costs with several simple prescriptions. By keeping a track record of monthly, weekly or daily activities within the workplace, the fleet managers will be able to come up with a reliable record of what stuff cost and how to take measures to keep their machinery working as efficiently as possible. This in turn, could potentially save a company thousands of dollars in one year. When hunting for improving efficiencies in any lift truck fleet, there are a variety of common suspects. Like for example, factors such as under-utilized assets, truck abuse and aging machinery can all contribute and become vital sources of unanticipated maintenance costs. Situations like breakdowns and excessive damage could clearly incur unexpected and unnecessary expenses also. Executing a quick response to unplanned events defines a successful fleet maintenance. This can also be defined as "uptime at any cost." This is easy to understand when you consider most fleet owner's core business comes from moving product in a method that is efficient and timely. They must estimate how many lift truck tires they go through on a yearly basis and make certain they order accordingly. The client will normally benefit from having a good relationship with a service provider. Like for instance, they would have the ability to share the use of technology needed for data capture. Additionally, they could be a part of various preventative measures and stay at the forefront of safety. A company would look at the metrics involved to be able to figure out the actual cost per hour. One more easy clue to determine overall expenses is the facility where the forklifts operate. A close look at the floor levels, which at first appear harmless, can show that premature tire failure is happening at a high rate and numerous unnecessary expenses are incurring. Another instance of wasteful assumption could be shift overlap. A client who runs 2 shifts, 5 days a week for instance, might have as many as 30 operators on each shift. Having a 2 hour overlap of 15 operators automatically would automatically require the company to have forty five lift trucks. If though, the company had no overlap in shifts, they can cut their amount of trucks by 15 trucks. In only one year, you could see a 10 to 20 percent or even 40% to 45% cost decreases. More

  • The forklift manufacturer Manitex LiftKing is major North American maker of material handling products. Their complete lineup of machines include: Transporters, RT Lift Trucks, Steel Mill Equipment and Special Mission Oriented Vehicles that are really specific in addition to Carriers. The corporation has been operating since the year 1968. Manitex LiftKing has their head office in Woodbridge, Toronto, New York where a devoted 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 price points, delivery, specifications and ergonomics within the Material Handling industry. For more than 30 years, the corporation has been delivering excellent equipment to the marketplace. LiftKing Industries amalgamated with Manitex International, Inc. in November 2006. Manitex International, Inc. was previously called Veri-Tek International Corp. They specialized mainly in engineering various lift machinery. Manitex International, Inc. is currently traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the ticker symbol "MNTX." Manitex LiftKing is the proud maker of a thorough line of Telescopic Rough Terrain Forklifts, Straight Mast machinery and Trailer Mounted Rough Terrain Forklifts. These heavy industrial equipment machines are normally used for military and commercial operations. They offer a complete line of special-purpose, innovative, all-terrain vehicles that are mission-oriented. These types of machinery offer unequaled capabilities under the ATVking name brand. Manitex's range of lift machinery vary from 25 ton military forklifts to 300 ton shipyard transporters to 5000 pound trailer mounted units. Each model performs superbly and is efficient and reliable. Manitex LiftKing is a leader within the North American material handling industry. They manufacture a complete line of Specialized Carriers, Steel Mill Equipment products, a huge variety of Rough Terrain or RT Lift trucks along with Highly Specialized Mission Oriented Vehicles. Manitex is as diversified like their customer base. There are more than 6000 Manitex LiftKing machines presently in use all around the world. The company has a Dealer network of over 170 dealers which sell models everywhere around the globe. The highly knowledgeable dealers can help fix any problems and specialize in lessening any downtime. They really want you get back to work as quickly as possible and accomplish your bottom line. More

  • Driving a forklift is a lot more complicated compared to driving a vehicle. A forklift operator must be highly trained and skilled in the operation of a forklift. Operating a forklift requires a high level of attentiveness. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration reports that 85 people die in forklift-related mishaps per year. Around 35,000 people are hurt every year in lift truck mishaps. Nearly half of operator deaths are caused by a lift truck tip over. To prevent tip overs, it is important that operators know how to correctly estimate the weight of a load. In the construction industry, the weight of a load is normally 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 would be approximately 1,360 kilograms. If a load is wet, the driver must take additional weight into consideration. It is dangerous for drivers to make poorly informed guesses about the real load weight and whether the lift truck can handle it. If an operator cannot be sure about the load weight, he should request assistance from the supervisor. Failure to pull up near enough to a building or lift a load utilizing an extended boom can be another cause of tip overs. To avoid tipping lift truck, it is essential to use the load chart. Even when a forklift does not actually tip over, a mishap has occurred whenever the back wheels come off the ground. This means the limitations of the forklift have been exceeded. Though damage may not be obvious, the back axle can have sustained broken upon hitting the ground. It is even possible for forklifts to tip even when not carrying a load. Unloaded forklifts could tip just after a driver has placed a load on scaffolding using an extended boom. If the operator 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 must always use the joysticks to be able to retract and lower the fork. More

  • Lift trucks or forklifts are powered industrial trucks that are usually utilized in the transportation and lifting of materials for different applications. These equipment are usually used in the construction, mining, dockside and warehousing operations. The forklift can be referred to a lot of different names, depending on their uses. Several different examples of these names include: lift trucks, stacker trucks, fork trucks and trailer loaders. These types of machinery are utilized all around the world, mainly within the warehousing and manufacturing business. 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 1906. At that time, platform trucks were launched to help in moving goods. These very first platform trucks run on batteries. The trucks regained their popularity during the First World War when extreme shortage of labor occurred because of all the enlisted men. This is when forklifts truly arrived on the market to stay. For forklifts, there are basically 2 types: ones which handle light cargo and the ones that deal with heavier cargo. Lighter models would comprise: side loaders, towing tractors, walkie starters and hand pallet trucks. These kinds of machines are made for handling lighter cargo and they are not ideal for extremely heavy loads. The specific load capacity of the machine is posted on the machinery itself and in the owner's handbook. Several examples of the big truck types comprise: truck mounted forklifts, telescopic handlers and walkie order picking trucks. On the market today, there are numerous kinds of forklifts available. Each can provide different load capacities. Most of the time within warehouse operations, the lighter models is utilized. Bigger models are often seen in the shipping business. Some models have a tilting mast to make the load capable of bending so as to counteract any slipping. The majority of units have rear steering wheels. This design aspect is to increase the ease in how the machine is capable of being maneuvered. Additionally, this steering manner comes in very handy when operating around corners. These types of equipment could be unstable due to their changing centers of gravity. It is a good idea to avoid negotiating sharp corners. Specialized forklifts are yet another kind. These machines include articulated counterbalance trucks and explosion proof trucks. The explosion proof trucks are used within factories and settings that deal with flammable materials. More

  • Start-up of the forklift business A national expansion of the industrial equipment industry was encouraged by Korea during the late 1960s. At that time, the forklift market in Korea was an open-import situation. Korea Machinery Co., Ltd. began to bring in forklifts that are assembled and sell them to big businesses, state-run companies and the armed forces. In 1976, Korea Machinery Co., Ltd. merged with Daewoo Heavy Industries Ltd. The company established sales and service outlets all around the country and, after a few years, opened its own forklift production factory. Product development and quality improvement through continuous technical training were the plant's main focus. Expansion of forklift exports The market share of Daewoo Heavy Industries Ltd in the domestic forklift industry went as high as 90%. By the 1980s, the sales of the company increases and technological improvements had attracted the interest of Caterpillar Industrial Inc., an American company. The two companies entered a joint-venture project during the early part of the 1980s to deal with competition faced by Caterpillar within the United States forklift market. Daewoo's forklift sales skyrocketed and a new plant was built during the year 1984. Daewoo Heavy Industries Ltd. was then in a position to manufacture forklifts for export. During the early 90s, Daewoo went global with a worldwide sales network. New models were developed as an independent brand name utilizing Korean technology. Development of new models Developed in the year 1998 was the G5 series, the very first series of proprietary models. These models were 1800 kg - 3000 kg internal combustion or IC trucks. A research effort developed core technologies for hydraulic systems, transmissions and engines. Many durability and performance tests have confirmed the quality of this new family of trucks. The company established reliability evaluation centers to assure the reliability of main parts. These centers have obtained global respect. Well-known for its low impact on the environment and operator comfort is the G5 series. The G5 is known all over the globe for being reliable, operator friendly and durable. The series rated high among clients in large-scale, after sales surveys as part of a consumer-oriented advertising strategy for these models. More

  • The XR842 roller boom telehandler has a forward reach of 28 feet, 10 inches, a lift height of 41 feet, 5 inches and a lift capacity of 8000lbs. This high-pivot telehandler model is outfitted with a heavy-duty boom chassis and frame. What's more, to provide ultimate durability and low maintenance, it offers heavy-duty boom rollers rather than slide pads. On the XR842 is a dual hydraulic cylinder feature that offers great precision while the operator is performing fork leveling operations. The cab provides 360-degree visibility giving the operator unmatched awareness. To enable the operator to see the precise angle of the boom all the time, this unit offers an innovative boom angle indicator and 10 different attachment operations. Furthermore, it provides frame sway. The XR1045 roller boom telehandler has a lift height of 44 feet, 8 inches, a lift capacity of 10,000lbs and offers a forward reach of 30 feet, 4 inches. This high-pivot telehandler is outfitted as well with a heavy duty boom, frame and chassis. It also utilizes heavy-duty boom rollers rather than slide pads. This modification allows for total durability and low maintenance. The XR1045 also features the dual hydraulic cylinders that allows for better precision while fork leveling. The operator is able to have unmatched awareness due to the 360 degree visibility precision. This model has frame sway and 10 different attachment options. It also features a unique boom angle indicator to enable the operator to have a view of the exact boom angle all the time. Offered on the XR1245 roller boom telehandler is a lift height greater than 44 feet and a lift capacity of 12,000lbs. In addition, this machinery features a forward reach greater than 30 feet. The high-pivot telehandler comes standard with a heavy-duty frame, chassis and boom. It features heavy-duty boom rollers as opposed to slide pads for ultimate durability and low maintenance. To provide precision while fork leveling, the XR1245 telehandler features dual hydraulic cylinders, while the operator enjoys great visibility with the 360 degree cab. This telehandler provides frame sway, and 10 different attachment options. It also has an innovative boom angle indicator to allow the operator to have visibility of the exact angle of the boom all the time. The XR1255 roller boom telehandler offers a forward reach of 38 feet, a lift height of 55 feet and a lift capacity of 12,000lbs. The high-pivot telehandler comes equipped with a heavy-duty boom, frame and chassis. It features heavy-duty boom rollers for low maintenance and maximum durability, as opposed to slide pads. The XR1255 telehandler features dual hydraulic cylinders to offer precision while fork leveling. The operator enjoys unmatched awareness thanks to the 360 visibility in the cab. To allow the operator to see the precise angle of the boom at all times, this unit offers a unique boom angle indicator. In addition, it has 10 various attachments and comes with frame sway technology. Xtreme's XR1270 roller boom telehandler has many great features including a lift height of over 70 feet, a forward reach upwards of 53 feet, and a lifting capacity in excess of 12,000lbs. Instead of the typical slide pads, the high-pivot telehandler comes standard with heavy-duty boom rollers. This feature offers low maintenance and utmost durability. In addition, this unit comes with a heavy-duty boom, frame and chassis. The XR1270 provides dual hydraulic cylinders offer precision while fork leveling. The operator has 360 degree visibility to maintain total awareness. To enable the operator to see the exact angle of the boom at all times, this unit has a nifty boom angle indicator. It has 10 different attachment options available and comes with frame sway so you could easily complete any job. All of the telehandlers in the Xtreme Manufacturing lineup provide the operators with 360 degree vision. The high-capacity telehandler models are: XR2045, XR1534, XR2034 and XR1642. The XR1534 telehandler from Xtreme Manufacturing provides a lift height of 34 feet and a weight capacity of 15,000lbs. This unit offers a forward reach of 17 feet. Instead of slide pads, the high-capacity telehandler is outfitted with heavy-duty rollers. These rollers extend the machinery's durability and overall life. Exceptional stability is provided by the heavy-duty chassis, frame and boom. By operating on dual hydraulic cylinders, the XR1534 maintains precision fork leveling. To help keep the operator safe by providing complete awareness, this telehandler has amazing 360 degree visibility. While unloading and loading materials, the advanced boom angle indicator ensures increased accuracy. There are 7 various attachment options available for this unit, as well as frame sway technology. These features make this model ideal for numerous types of tasks. One of Xtreme's most recently added machines to its lineup of high-capacity telehandlers. This unit features a forward reach of 24 feet, a 42 foot lift height and a weight capacity of 16,000lbs. This telehandler is a perfect ââ?¬Å?pick and carryââ?¬Â machine. To help you withstand any environment is the heavy-duty boom, frame and chassis. Instead of side pads, heavy-duty roller booms have been chosen. This provides extended life and lower maintenance. To help give the operator greater accuracy while unloading and loading materials, the XR1642 telehandler features a boom angle indicator. Combined with the 360 degree visibility and the frame sway feature, this machinery is an operatorââ?¬â?¢s dream. There are 7 attachment possibilities on this unit. For increased precision fork leveling, it operates with dual hydraulic cylinders. One of the newest high-capacity telehandlerââ?¬â?¢s offered by Xtreme Manufacturing is the XR2034. This unit has a forward reach of 16 feet, 7 inches, a lift height of 34 feet and a weight capacity of 20,000lbs. The XR2034 features a heavy-duty boom, chassis and frame. For longer life and lower maintenance, it uses durable rollers rather than side pads. For increased fork leveling, the XR2034 offers dual hydraulic cylinders. It features 360 degree visibility for enhanced operator awareness. Moreover, for improved accuracy during loading and unloading of materials, there is an advanced boom angle indicator. This unit has 7 various attachment options. All of these benefits, combined with the frame sway feature make the XR2034 great for a variety of tasks. The high-capacity XR2045 telehandler has a lifting capacity of 20,000lbs, as well as a 45 foot lift height, a 17 foot forward reach and a heavy-duty boom, chassis and frame. It offers heavy-duty roller booms instead of slide pads. This feature helps to extend the machinery's life by lowering maintenance. To give the operator increased accuracy while loading and unloading materials, the XR2045 features frame sway technology and a unique boom angle indicator. For enhanced operator awareness and safety, this unit as well features the 360 degree visibility. There are 7 various attachment possibilities for this model. It operates with dual hydraulic cylinders for precision fork leveling. The XR2450, XR3034 and the XR2050 are the ultra-high capacity telehandlers. In North America, there is no telehandler comparable to the XR3034. Presently, it is the only model manufactured that could handle an unbelievable 30,000lb weight capacity. Every one of the telehandlers from Xtreme Manufacturing provides increased operator awareness through the 360 degree vision. The XR2450 is the newest addition as far as Xtremeââ?¬â?¢s ultra-high capacity telehandler. It is also considered among the highest-capacity telehandlers currently made within North America. This model can extend forward 36 feet, lift up to heights of 50 feet and handle up to 24,000lbs weight capacity. This model is equipped with a heavy-duty chassis, boom and frame. It depends on heavy duty rollers rather than slide pads for extended life and extra durability. For improved lift and control, the XR2450 telehandler provides dual hydraulic cylinders. To keep the operator safe and aware at all times, this model features unmatched 360 degree visibility. To provide increased accuracy while loading and unloading materials, there is frame sway technology and an advance boom angle indicator. The highest capacity telehandler made within North America is Xtreme's XR3034 telehandler. It has a forward reach of 17 feet, 6 inches, a lift height of 34 feet and a 30,000lb weight capacity. This unique telehandler is a perfect ââ?¬Å?pick and carryââ?¬Â machinery. The XR3034 offers a heavy-duty boom, chassis and frame. To provide lower maintenance and longer life, it has been designed with heavy-duty roller booms instead of slide pads. The telehandler features frame sway technology as well. For increased operator awareness, there is 360 degree visibility. The loading and unloading of materials remains more accurate and consistent thanks to the technology of the innovative boom angle indicator. For this unit, there are 7 various attachment possibilities. It operates with dual hydraulic cylinders for increased precision fork leveling. The XR4030 telehandler offered by Xtreme Manufacturing is the highest capacity telehandler manufactured in North America. It features a forward reach of 16 feet, 4 inches, a 30 foot lift height and a 40,000lb weight capacity. This is the perfect ââ?¬Å?pick and carryââ?¬Â unit. Instead of slide pads, the XR4030 has heavy-duty roller boom. It also provides a heavy-duty boom, chassis and frame to extend the life of the machinery and provide stability. To improve the awareness and safety of the operator, there is 360 degree visibility. The XR4030 features 7 attachment possibilities. To provide increased accuracy while unloading and loading materials, it has a particular boom angle indicator. Last but not least, to provide precision fork leveling, this unit operates with dual hydraulic cylinders. More


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