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  • Regular inspections could really help to lessen forklift repairs and save you numerous amounts of money eventually. The standing joke in the industry is a lift truck technician coining the saying "Pay me now, or pay me later," since it generally costs more to procrastinate when it comes to forklifts. Like for example, the minor fixes that go unrepaired can later turn into costly repairs. Tilt Cylinders Oil leaks are a very serious concern if they are not checked. Inspect for damage or oil leaks regularly. Oil leakage can cause uncontrolled mast movement and this could be extremely dangerous. Whether the leaks are in the cylinder or outside, the outcome could lead to loss of vital fluid and cylinder drift. When leaks or damage are detected, you normally would have to replace the complete cylinder assembly or the seals. Chains Be sure to pay attention because you don't want mast lift chains to stretch beyond acceptable limits. Look carefully for any indications of damage or wear and tear. Check frequently with a chain wear gauge in order to monitor the wear. If the chain is worn beyond 2 percent or rusted, it is time to replace the chain. Following these tips will help keep your equipment functioning optimally. Mast The mast needs to be smoothly moving up and down when operating the lift control lever. Be sure to check to see if the mast is tilting backwards and forwards in a smooth way. You may have to lubricate the mast strip sliding surfaces if the sliding surfaces are binding. Also lubricate their fittings, since there is a fitting located on either side of the inner mast. The lift bracket side rollers are another lubrication spot. Forks The forks need to be inspected for damage, wear and cracks since cracked or worn forks could fail with out any warnings. Any damaged fork of course means taking the truck out of service immediately. If the cracks are deeper than just on the surface, they should be replaced as they really can't be safely fixed. More

  • Overview Decide which forklift is best for you and your company by taking the time to do your homework. This could really save you or your company a lot of money. Figuring out various financial options, deciding between brand new and used units, as well as how to go about making the right acquisition is not always as easy as it seems. Numerous forklift purchasers would base their decisions on the basis of the forklifts cost. This can cost you more money if the type you choose a model without thinking about the needed maintenance expenses over the lift of the lift truck. Like for example, many individuals get a good deal on the machinery but end up paying a lot more than the initial cost just in order to maintain uptime. Before making the lift truck purchase, it is really vital to consider the best buying practices for your specific application needs. Classes and Types of Lift Trucks There are 7 various classes that the Industrial Truck Association has organized forklifts into: Class I are Electric Motor Rider Trucks; Class II are Electric Motor Narrow Aisle Trucks; Class III refers to Electric Motor Hand Trucks; Class IV are the Internal Combustion Engine Trucks with Cushion Tires and finally, Class V is the Internal Combustion Engine Trucks Pneumatic Tires models. Internal Combustion or Electric It is a great idea to figure out the requirements and tasks required of the lift truck in order to start the decision process. This would help you know whether or not an ICE or internal combustion engine model or an electric model is better. You need to know what the best kind of lift truck choices is to be able to find one that suits your requirements. The electric lift truck is suitable more for indoor use in distribution and warehouse applications. These machines do not emit any fumes providing a much better atmosphere for employee's health. Electric lift trucks are known for being easy to maneuver. They are helpful for working in smaller aisles and trailers, compared to many of the internal combustion units. Utilizing electric forklifts enables more storage area for warehouses and greater cost effectiveness. More

  • Fleet managers can plan for the unplanned, ramp up on overall productivity and safety measures and lessen expenses with several simple prescriptions. By keeping a track record of monthly, weekly or daily activities in the workplace, the fleet managers will be able to come up with a reliable record of what things cost and how to take measures to keep their equipment operating as efficiently as possible. This in turn, can potentially save a company thousands of dollars in a year. When hunting for improving efficiencies in any lift truck fleet, there are a variety of usual suspects. For instance, factors such as under-used assets, truck abuse and aging machinery could all contribute and become vital sources of unexpected maintenance costs. Situations like for example excessive damage and breakdowns can obviously incur unnecessary and unanticipated costs too. Successful fleet maintenance could be defined as performing a quick response to unplanned events. It 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 an efficient and timely manner. They must guage the number of lift truck tires they go through each and every year and make certain they order accordingly. Clients could consider the potential benefits they will receive from having a strong partnership with a service provider. Like for example, they would have the ability to share the use of technology required for data capture. Also, they can be a part of many preventative measures and stay at the forefront of safety. In order to determine the actual cost every hour, a company looks at the metrics involved. The facility where the lift trucks operate can be one more easy clue to determining overall costs. A close look at the floor levels, which initially seem harmless, can show that premature tire failure is happening at a high rate and numerous unnecessary costs are incurring. One more instance of wasteful assumption can be shift overlap. A client who runs 2 shifts, 5 days a week for example, might have as many as 30 operators on every shift. Having a 2 hour overlap of 15 operators automatically will automatically require the company to have 45 lift trucks. If though, the company had no overlap in shifts, they could cut their amount of trucks by 15 trucks. In only one year, you can see a 10 to 20 percent or even 40 to 45 percent decrease in costs. More

  • Lifts are work platforms which are used to raise and lower individuals, materials and equipment for loading and work positioning. These pieces of machines are commonly utilized in automotive, construction, telecommunications, power and electrical service, garage service, painting, manufacturing, wire and cable industries, and inventory management, as well as a variety of other uses. These equipment work to efficiently and safely provide access to above ground areas. Lifts could be actuated with air motors, screw drivers, ratcheting and foot pumping, electrical motors, as well as pneumatic air cylinders. Lifts are able to be broken down into a range of particular types. This machinery could be compared by the types of things they are designed to lift, their platform or deck style and their particular mounting style. Some of the common lift types include: fork lifts or pallets, personnel lifts, boom lifts, dock lifts, truck lift gates and table lifts. Positioners and table lifts are generally used to position and raise work pieces for ergonomic access. In addition, they can also be utilized for loading or lifting supplies and load positioning. Forklifts or pallet lifts are most often used to handle loads on pallets that are raised from to the floor to a position for storage height or used for working both unloading or loading. These lifts could comprise motorized, automated, walking and manual forklifts. Truck lift gates are specially designed for loading trucks. Typically, they mount near or onto the truck's bed or back and are frequently utilized for lifting cargo up to or above the bed surface. Personnel lifts as the name implies are designed to lower and raise personnel to perform jobs at heights. These machines will normally have lower weight capacities than other types of lifts. These lifts are usually ringed by safety devices and supports to protect the operators working, as well as individuals who are working on them. This classification includes boom lifts that specialize in working in high places like for instance elevated wire repair and installation, and ceiling welding. Dock lifts are utilized to lower and raise personnel and cargo in areas like loading docks. More

  • The responsive and comprehensive "after-sale" support offered by Hyster is the most meticulous in the material handling business. Nothing adds more value to your brand new Hyster lift truck than getting this support. For instance, the North American Hyster dealer network consists of more than 240 authorized places with an average of more than 32 years of experience within the industry. These dealers are meticulously selected, and the people they hire are their greatest asset. Hyster partners up with dealers that are willing to make really important investments in people, capital and infrastructure in order to remain your first choice for material handling solutions. Hyster is devoted to supplying you with the best equipment available. Additionally, Hyster dealers are experts that can help you to select the best lift truck for your particular application. Additionally, the dealers understand your business firsthand. They also have many available financing plans to help you achieve your goal. Hyster has a parts department which is both efficient and reliable, allowing you to have ready access to UNISOURCE parts, maintenance, convenient repairs, expert mechanics in addition to service and operator training. Fully outfitted service vehicles could bring you responsive support very fast. All these features help to keep your business up and running. Furthermore, there are 30,000 fleet contracts under management as well as roughly 14,000 rental units; hence, Hyster knows how to manage your fleet successfully at the most economical operational costs. Unrivaled Heritage Hyster is always developing innovative products and designs which has been leading the business. The company presently offers 130 or more lift truck model offerings that come powered by either electric, LPG, gasoline or diesel. All these models range in capacity from 2,000 pounds to 115,000 pounds. This makes Hyster the industry's only forklift manufacturer to provide you complete solutions to all of your material handling needs, regardless if you are indoor, boxcar, narrow aisle, outdoor, container handling and order-picking applications. If you need any type of customized attachments for your business or other kind of specialized machinery, Hyster's has Special Products Engineering Department or SPED available to meet your requirements. Hyster also has a Warehouse Products group which can provide you with automated guidance vehicles tailored to your specific operational requirements. Hyster also has available automated turret trucks. The Warehouse Products Group is really helpful for providing you consulting services. More

  • Cargotec's Kalmar container handling solutions and ship-to-shore solutions are utilized in terminals and ports all around the world. They are the best in energy efficiency and automation in handling containers in a lot of port locations. While reducing overall operating costs, the advanced automated stacking crane system by Kalmar increases the utilization rate of equipment. Shore ramps and MacGregor linkspans allow for efficient loading and unloading practices of vehicles and passengers from ship to shore. Some of Kalmar's port and terminal solutions include reach stackers, yard cranes, shuttle carriers and straddle carriers, ship-to-shore cranes, water taxi floating terminals, terminal tractors, auto-mooring and mooring solutions, shore ramps, floating car parks, RoRo pontoon linkspans, passenger gangways and machines used for empty container handling. Cargotec has increased their container handling productivity by delivering extreme values on a daily basis. Providing the best technology, the focus seems to be on continuous development, along with a holistic view of cargo-handling functions. Kalmar ensures all its customers the best cost-over-lifetime. Cargotec offers customers with excellent customer service and these values are at the core of their business. Cargotec's network is among the widest in the business. They take pride in helping clients maximize their business efficiency in order to lengthen their machine's life cycle. The company's diverse range of services in port covers a variety of areas like for instance: EcoService, rental and pre-owned machinery, maintenance, inspections and certifications, and training. To be able to meet and exceed the requirements of their many customers all-around the globe, Cargotec commits and contributes to each stage throughout their process. If you need specific information about their port services, look into the company's marine services. More

  • It is a lot more complex to drive a lift truck than to drive a vehicle. The forklift driver needs to receive special training and have the necessary skills to utilize a lift truck. A high level of concentration is required to drive a lift truck. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration reports that 85 people die in accidents related to forklifts per year. Approximately 35,000 people are injured each year in mishaps related to forklifts. Almost 50 percent of operator deaths are caused by a forklift tip over. To prevent tip overs, it is vital that operators know how to correctly assess 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 total weight of the load will be roughly 1,360 kilograms. If a load is wet, the operator should take additional weight into consideration. It could be unsafe if the driver makes poorly informed guesses as the loads actual weight and whether the machinery could handle the load. If a driver could not be sure about the weight of a load, he must request assistance from the supervisor. Failure to pull up near enough to a building or raise a load with an extended boom can be one more cause of tip overs. In order to avoid tipping forklift, it is vital to use the load chart. Even when a forklift does not really tip over, a mishap has happened whenever the back wheels come off the ground. This means the forklift limitations have been exceeded. Though damage may not be obvious, the rear axle could have sustained broken upon hitting the ground. It is even possible for lift trucks to tip even when not carrying a load. Unloaded forklifts can tip just after a driver has positioned a load on scaffolding using an extended boom. If the driver reverses the lift truck and turns abruptly while bringing the boom down, the forklift's center of gravity would be pushed to the edges and can result in a tip over. An operator should always use the joysticks to retract and lower the fork. More

  • With the advancement of technology over the past century, lift trucks have become extremely popular. The need for supplies to be transported grew quickly and the volumes of goods handled by businesses increased significantly. The lift truck is capable of providing an easy and effective solution for transporting heavy goods and materials when they are handled carefully by a properly trained operator. Similar to the majority of things, as time passed, lift trucks underwent many improvements and changes. Different attachments were made and different functions were implemented in order to allow the equipment to particularly deal with specific things. Now it is possible to use your one forklift to accomplish various types of jobs because of the numerous available attachments. There is a huge range of forklifts on todays present market. It is important to choose the right models for your work setting to maximize your productivity and to help insure safety. One of the differentiations which does not precisely refer to the particular function but is still really vital when choosing a forklift is its power source. Like for example, it is vital to know whether or not you should be searching for gas, diesel, or battery-operated models. You might wonder why the fuel type is so important and how to determine the right kind for your application. Deciding on what you want to utilize it for and where you are going to use the machine would really help you determine precisely the model you want. Like for example as diesel lift trucks create a huge amount of harmful emissions, even though they are really powerful equipment, they are not suitable to be utilized indoors, but are really great for outdoor applications and outdoors. The opposite is true for battery-operated trucks. These models are well-known for creating no emissions, making them the perfect choice for indoor application such as inside warehouses. Gas or petrol forklifts fall in between these 2 categories. They produce a lot less emissions compared to diesel trucks and could be safely utilized inside if there is enough ventilation in place. These types of forklifts are a great choice for transporting products from outside to indoors or vice versa. Another important factor to consider is maintenance when choosing the right lift truck for your business. Just like any other gas equipment, the gas powered lift truck would need some servicing from time to time. Diesel models also will need frequent maintenance. The electric models require less maintenance but correct care has to be taken in terms of handling and charging their batteries. More


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