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Doosan Large Capacity Forklifts

Doosan Large Capacity Forklifts

Forklifts are crucial tools used in modern industries. Businesses which use forklifts need to understand their significance, their functional requirements, and the safety concerns involved in lift truck operation. Forklifts are a good investment which can increase workplace productivity and efficiency.

Significance
Forklifts are a really efficient way to move product. They are a modern way to transport products and supplies in a wide range of environments. Forklifts are utilized to transport heavy and bulky objects which would otherwise need to be moved by hand in smaller units.

Function
Forklifts can reach racks as high as 9 to 12 meters. This allows efficient use of maximum storage capacity inside a retail store or warehouse. The forks move down and up by a telescopic hydraulic cylinder on the lift truck mast. Various sets of hydraulic cylinders are utilized to tilt the mast and shift it to the side, for positioning. A telescopic hydraulic cylinder is a type of attachment that allows an even higher lift through the use of a hydraulic cylinder system which functions a lot like a telescope. Every section slides inside the other like sections of a telescope.

Features
Control levers help to raise the forks up and down, side shift and tilt. The driver pulls back on the down and up lever to lift the forks, pushing the lever forward would lower the forks. Tilt the load back by pulling back the lever, push it forward to tilt the load forward. The side shift lever controls the forks right and left movement. Unlike automobiles, forklifts steer from the rear tires. This permits the lift truck to turn in a very small radius. The transmission reverse and forward controls are found on the steering column.

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