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  • Within the telehandler industry, SkyTrak telehandlers are amongst the best selling machines. SkyTrak's machines are dependable and user friendly machines capable of many different material handling tasks. SkyTrak has become among the best brands of telehandlers in the business and have become amongst the most popular around. SkyTrak Telehandlers provide a Cummins engine and 3 steering modes to provide operator's the best maneuverability and power you need to deal with crowed jobsites, varied and rough terrain. The patented Stabil-Trak system provides drivers with enhanced overall stability and a higher level of confidence. Moreover, all SkyTrak models could be equipped with numerous attachments to be able to maintain high production. SkyTrak Telehandlers SkyTrak's telehandlers are built to work the way you work. These machines are highly effective and provide all-wheel steering that is a perfect match of hardworking machines for hard working people. These kinds of machines are engineered and designed with ease of use and simplicity in mind to be able to provide you with the power and efficiency you need when you require it. SkyTrak has earned the reputation as being an industry workhorse. These industrial machines withstand the most hostile and toughest terrain. These models are stable and work well in the harshest environments and under pressure. SkyTrak provides a solid steel frame, load-sensing hydraulics, joystick controls and many other performance boosting items. There are 5 different models available. They provide up to fifty four feet of lift height and 10,000 lbs. of lifting capacity. These types of machines are high performance in order for you to get the task done when you should complete it. They offer less total operating costs as opposed to the other brands and this is just among the many features which has made SkyTrak the top selling brand in North America. Check out your local dealer in order to experience personally how these machines have earned such a solid reputation within the industry. Features on all SkyTrak Telehandlers: All SkyTrak telehandlers come with specific features, like a modulated 4-speed transmission for better production and maneuverability, sealed bearings to lessen maintenance expenses and extend service intervals and a wide variety of attachments that could deal with jobsite challenges and add extra versatility to the equipment. In addition, the specific equipment design of SkyTrak Telehandlers eliminates the requirement for liquid-filled tires. The cab has been re-designed to improve safety and enhance operator comfort. These are only among the key issues that have been designated standard by SkyTrak and have helped them become a leader in the business. More

  • With several basic prescriptions, fleet managers can ramp up on overall productivity and safety measures and reduce expenses and could plan for the unplanned. By keeping a track record of monthly, weekly or daily activities within the workplace, the fleet managers can come up with a reliable record of what things cost and how to take measures to keep their machinery operating as effectively as possible. This in turn, could potentially save a company thousands of dollars within a year. There are a huge range of usual suspects when looking to improve the efficiencies of any forklift fleet. For instance, factors like under-utilized assets, truck abuse and aging machinery could all contribute and become key sources of unexpected maintenance expenses. Situations such as excessive damage and breakdowns could obviously incur unnecessary and unanticipated expenses as well. Successful fleet maintenance could be defined as performing a quick response to unplanned events. It could 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 way which is efficient and timely. They should guage how many lift truck tires they go through on an annual basis and make sure they order accordingly. Clients could consider the possible benefits they will receive from having a strong partnership with a service provider. For example, they would have the ability to share the use of technology needed for data capture. As well, they could be a part of many preventative measures and stay at the forefront of safety. To be able to determine the actual cost each hour, a company looks at the metrics involved. The facility where the lift trucks operate can be another easy clue to determining overall costs. A close look at the floor levels, that initially appear harmless, could show that premature tire failure is happening at a high rate and many unnecessary costs are incurring. Another instance of wasteful assumption can be shift overlap. A customer 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 will automatically require the company to have forty five lift trucks. If though, the company had no overlap in shifts, they could cut their amount of trucks by 15 trucks. In just one year, you could see a 10% to 20% or even 40 to 45 percent cost decreases. More

  • Overview Taking time to do your research and decide which kind of lift truck is right for you and your business can really save you as well as your business lots of money. Figuring out different financial options, choosing between new and second-hand models, in addition to how to go about making the right purchase is not always as easy as it seems. Numerous forklift buyers will base their decisions on the basis of the lift trucks cost. This may cost you more money if the kind you select a unit without thinking about the required maintenance expenses over the lift of the lift truck. Like for instance, numerous 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 very essential to take into consideration the best buying practices for your specific application needs. Classes and Kinds of Lift Trucks There are 7 various classes which the Industrial Truck Association has organized lift trucks 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 is the Internal Combustion Engine Trucks with Cushion Tires and lastly, Class V are the ICE Trucks Pneumatic Tires units. Internal Combustion or Electric It is a good idea to figure out the needs and tasks required of the forklift in order to start the decision process. This would surely help you determine whether or not an ICE or internal combustion engine unit or an electric model is better. You have to know what the correct type of lift truck choices is in order to find one that meets your needs. The electric lift truck is more suitable for indoor use in warehouse and distribution applications. These machines provide a much better atmosphere for employee's health and do not emit fumes. Electric lift trucks are popular for being easy to maneuver. They are handy for working in trailers and smaller aisles, instead of many of the IC units. Utilizing electric forklifts enables more storage area for warehouses and greater cost effectiveness. More

  • In 1917, the first forklift truck within the globe was created by Clark. Ever since, Clark has been an international leader in the supply and manufacture of forklifts. The technological advancements of the company have time and again revolutionized the material handling industry in the world. To date, Clark has made more than 1 million units. Various types of forklifts that vary from 1500 to 8000 kilograms capacities are made by Clark. Lift trucks include diesel, gas and electric forklifts. Clark engineers lift trucks for outdoor and indoor application on semi-improved surfaces. Applications comprise manufacturing, warehousing, storage yards and lumber handling. Clark also makes electric reach models for narrow aisles as well as electric tow tractors. Clark Electric Reach Trucks To enjoy utmost performance and efficiency as well as reduced operating expenses, Clark made electric reach trucks that are designed with 100 percent AC technology. Clark electric reach trucks have from 1000 - 2500 kilogram capacities. They are suitable for today's narrow aisle applications which require performance and reliability. Clark Internal Combustion Forklifts Clark's selection of diesel and gas forklifts vary from 2000 - 8000 kilogram capacities. These kinds of trucks have durable cushion and pneumatic tire options. They are suitable for demanding warehousing, manufacturing, and materials handling environments. Clark Electric Forklifts Clark's 200 percent AC, electric lift trucks are dependable in demanding manufacturing and distribution applications. They are ergonomically designed for optimum operator safety and comfort. Clark "E-volution" Range Today, Clark is leading the way in an E-volution of forklifts. The oldest name within the business is making electric models which are very efficient for a greener world. Clark Tow Tractor The electric tow tractor which has at least a 4000 to 7000 kilogram towing capacity is the Clark CTX40/70 model. This specific model is dependable and efficient for transporting multiple trailer loads. The Clark tow tractor is designed with a comfortable and safe operator's compartment. The tow tractor promises durability and consistent reliability. More

  • In order to reduce forklift repairs, regular inspections can help you save significantly over the long haul use of your machine. The standing joke within the business is a lift truck technician coining the saying "Pay me now, or pay me later," as it normally 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 If they are left unchecked, oil leaks are a really serious problems. On a regular basis, the equipment should be checked for oil leaks and/or damage. Oil leaks could result in extremely dangerous uncontrolled movement of the mast. Whether the leaks are inside of the cylinder or outside, the outcome can result in cylinder drift and loss of vital fluid. When leaks or damage are detected, you normally would have to replace the seals or the complete cylinder assembly. Chains You don't want mast lift chains to stretch beyond acceptable limits, so pay attention and watch carefully for any indications of wear and tear or damage. Check regularly with a chain wear gauge in order to monitor the wear. If the chain is rusted or worn beyond 2 percent, it is time to replace the chain. Following these guidelines would help keep your equipment functioning optimally. Mast The mast has to be moving smoothly down and up when utilizing the lift control lever. Be sure to check to see if the mast is tilting backwards and forwards in a smooth manner. You may need to lubricate the mast strip sliding surfaces if the sliding surfaces are binding. Also lubricate their fittings, because there is a fitting located on both sides of the inner mast. The lift bracket side rollers are one more lubrication spot. Forks Check the blades and check for damage, wear and cracks. It is essential to remember that cracked or worn forks can possibly fail without any warning. Any fork damage of course means taking the truck out of service at once. If the cracks are deeper than just on the surface, they need to be replaced because they truly can't be safely repaired. More

  • The forklift or lift truck is a powered machinery utilized most frequently for the lifting and transporting of goods and supplies in industrial and warehouse settings. These types of machinery are usually used in the warehousing, dockside, mining and construction operations. Depending on their functions, the forklift could be called by many different names. A few different examples of these names include: trailer loaders, fork trucks, stacker trucks and lift trucks. These kinds of equipment are utilized throughout the globe, mainly in the manufacturing and warehousing industry. The first forklifts made their debut in the mid 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, when they were used as part of the building of the 1906 Pennsylvania railroad. During that time, platform trucks were launched to be able to help in moving goods. These very first platform trucks were battery powered. The trucks regained their popularity in the First World War when extreme shortage of labor occurred due to all the enlisted men. This is when forklifts truly arrived on the market to stay. For forklifts, there are basically 2 kinds: ones that handle light loads and the ones which deal with heavier cargo. Lighter models will consist of: towing tractors, side loaders, hand pallet trucks and walkie starters. These types of machinery are meant for handling lighter cargo and they are not suitable for extremely heavy loads. The specific load capacity of the machinery is posted in the owner's manual and on the machinery itself. Several examples of the big truck types consist of: truck mounted forklifts, telescopic handlers and walkie order picking trucks. There are a variety of different units of forklifts available and a lot of different variations of capacity and load. Most of the time within warehouse operations, the lighter versions is utilized. Larger models are often seen in the shipping industry. Certain units 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 machinery is capable of being maneuvered. In addition, this steering manner comes in very helpful when operating around corners. These kinds of equipment can be unstable because of their varying centers of gravity. It is a wise idea to avoid negotiating sharp corners. Yet another category includes specialized forklifts. These machinery would consist of explosion proof trucks and articulated counterbalance trucks. The explosion proof trucks are used in factories and environments which deal with combustible supplies. More

  • With the advancement of technology in the last century, lift trucks have become extremely popular. The volumes of products handled by businesses increased significantly and the need for supplies to be transported grew quickly. The forklift is capable of providing an easy and effective solution for moving heavy products and materials when they are handled carefully by a correctly trained operator. Similar to most things, as time passed, lift trucks underwent many improvements and changes. Different types of attachments were made and different functions were implemented in order to enable the equipment to specifically deal with specific things. Now it is possible to use your one lift truck to accomplish various types of jobs due to the many kinds of available attachments. There is a huge variety of forklifts on todays current market. It is important to select the best units for your work environment to maximize your productivity and to help insure safety. One of the differentiations which does not exactly refer to the particular function but is still extremely essential when choosing a forklift is its source of power. For instance, it is necessary to know whether or not you must be searching for gas, diesel, or battery-operated models. You might wonder why the fuel type is so vital and how to know the best type for your application. Deciding on where you are going to use the machinery and what you want to utilize it for will really help you know exactly the unit you want. For instance since diesel forklifts create a large amount of harmful emissions, even though they are very powerful equipment, they are not ideal for indoor use, but are great for outdoor applications and outdoors. For battery operated trucks, the opposite may be true since these particular units have been known for producing no fuel emissions. Due to this feature, these machines are great for indoor applications such as in warehouses. Petrol or gas forklifts fall in between these 2 classifications. They create a lot less emissions than diesel trucks and can be safely used indoors if there is enough ventilation in place. These forklifts are a excellent alternative for transporting products from outdoors 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 machine, the gas powered forklift will require some servicing from time to time. Diesel units also will require regular maintenance. The electric models need less maintenance but proper care has to be taken in terms of charging and handling their batteries. More

  • Driving a lift truck is much more complex than driving a vehicle. A forklift operator must be really trained and skilled in the operation of a forklift. Driving a lift truck needs a high level of concentration. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration or also known as OSHA reports that 85 individuals die in mishaps related to forklifts each year year. Approximately 35,000 individuals are injured every year in accidents related to lift trucks. Nearly 50% of operator deaths result from a lift truck tip over. Drivers need to be able to accurately assess load weights in order to avoid the equipment from tipping over. The load weight in construction settings will often be posted on the load. If a concrete block weighs 16 kilograms, and the load consists of cubes containing 90 concrete blocks, the total weight of the load will be around 1,360 kilograms. When a load is wet, the operator must take additional weight into consideration. It could be unsafe if the operator makes poorly informed guesses as the loads actual weight and whether the machinery can handle the load. If a driver could not be certain regarding the load weight, he should ask for assistance from the supervisor. Another cause of tip overs is failure to pull up close enough to a building to place or lift a load using an extended boom. It is important to use the load chart to avoid tipping the forklift. Even if a forklift does not really tip over, an accident has happened 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 could have been broken upon hitting the ground. It is even possible for forklifts to tip even when not carrying a load. Unloaded lift trucks could tip just after a driver has positioned a load on scaffolding utilizing an extended boom. If the driver reverses the forklift and turns suddenly whilst bringing the boom down, the forklift's center of gravity would be pushed to the edges and a tip over might take place. A driver must always use the joysticks to retract and lower the fork. More


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