Jungheinrich Electric Forklift
Electric Forklift Specifications
Forklifts are utilized for carrying and lifting cargo in job sites like construction and warehousing. Forklifts are available in various classes which use different kinds of fuel. The electric lift truck is becoming really common in a wide array of businesses. They are powered by rechargeable lead-acid batteries that are more powerful and larger compared to automobile batteries. Within this broad category of electric forklift, there are various sub-types distinguished by some common specifications.
The amount oftotal weight a forklift unit can support is the load capacity.
The vertical lift travel of the lift truck is the stroke. It describes the amount of difference between the fully-raised and fully-loaded positions of the particular forklift.
Classes of lift trucks categorize machinery by type in an effort to organize the features of the different units. Lift trucks are divided into eight classes. Classes I, II, and III pertain to electric forklifts. Class I forklifts include electric motor trucks engineered to be ridden by the operator while in operation. Class II electric forklifts are recommended for stocking and pulling merchandise inside a warehouse and are manufactured for efficiency in narrow aisle environments. Class III electric forklifts are motor-powered hand trucks which are used by an individual who walks at the rear of the unit.
The battery specifications help to offer the required information pertaining to its performance. On the forklift is a plate that identifies the volts put out from the battery. The weight of the battery will often be specified on the lift truck too, because that information is needed to know the amount of weight the lift truck will need to support. Typically the information also consists of the weight of the lift truck without the battery.
Input is the amount of energy input which the lift truck's battery is designed to accept while charging. This is an essential condition. Like for instance, an electric lift truck may be able to accept either 460 or 230 volts at a time.
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