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Toyota Forklifts

Toyota Forklifts

Almost 100 years ago, when lift trucks were first made, they were only simple pieces of motorized machines which were made to move pallets from one place to another. Nowadays, sophisticated forklifts are now offered in a huge array of designs, weight capacities, load capacities and lifting heights. These forklift units are available with different types of ergonomic designs and improved safety features specially designed for operator comfort. Perhaps the only universal features of the diverse lift truck selection are the forks utilized to lift loads and the tires used to move the machinery.

Counterbalanced Forklifts
The Counterbalanced Lift Trucks consist of IC or Internal Combustion Trucks and also Electric Trucks.

Narrow-Aisle Lift Trucks
Narrow-Aisle Forklifts are available in numerous units including: Turret Trucks, Reach Trucks and Orderpickers.

Pallet Jacks or Low Lift Pallet Trucks
Low Lift Pallet Trucks or Pallet Jacks includes electric-powered pallet jacks and hand powered pallet jacks.

Counterbalanced Trucks
The most popular type of lift truck is normally known as a forklift. The most widely-used model is the sit-down, counterbalanced truck. A weight located in the back of all trucks counterbalances the load's weight and hence ensures that the truck doesn't tip forward.

Typically, a Counterbalanced Forklift Offers:
Nearly all counterbalanced lift trucks 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 common models. These types of equipment come standard with safety features like for instance backup alarms and lights, amongst other items to ensure safety of the operator.

Either electric motors or IC, internal combustion engines typically power the counterbalanced truck series. According to Jeff Rufener, President of the ITA or Industrial Truck Association, the split is around 60% electric, and 40 percent internal combustion. He is also Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America's Vice President.

There is certainly a lift truck available to meet your specific needs. The electric units are ideal for warehousing, indoor applications, where noise and potential fumes are an issue. The internal combustion models are perfect for outdoor, heavier lifting capacities and rougher terrain locations. Depending on what you will carry and be transporting, as well as the type of environment you will be working in, there is the perfect Toyota lift truck available for you.

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