Diesel, Electric Forklift Trucks


  • Lift Capacity: 2T to 16T
  • Lift Height: 10 feet to over 50 feet.
  • Fork Length: 36 inches to over 96 inches in length.
  • Power Source: Electricity, propane, diesel, or gasoline.
  • Turning Radius: 100 inches to over 200 inches.
  • Travel Speed: 5 mph to over 10 mph.

Salient Features

  • Mast cylinder velocity fuses with self diagnosis system.
  • Power steering, anti roll-back mechanism.

Forklift is a type of industrial vehicle used to lift and move heavy objects and materials. It typically has a pair of forks or blades attached to the front that can be raised and lowered hydraulically, allowing it to lift and transport objects that are too heavy or bulky to be moved manually.

Forklifts come in various sizes and configurations, ranging from small, compact models designed for use in narrow aisles and tight spaces, to large, heavy-duty models capable of lifting several tons of weight.

In addition to the forks, forklift may be equipped with other attachments such as clamps, booms, or buckets, allowing them to handle a variety of different materials and goods. Forklifts are commonly used in warehouses, factories, construction sites, and other industrial settings where heavy lifting and material handling is required.


  • Warehousing.
  • Manufacturing.
  • Construction.
  • Retail.
  • Agriculture.
  • Military.

Standards and Certifications

  • ANSI standards
  • ISO standards
  • UL standards
  • CE marking
  • ASME standards

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