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  • The forklift is a mobile equipment which utilizes 2 forks or prongs to lift and place loads into positions that will be normally hard to reach. Normally, lift trucks fall into 2 main categories: rough-terrain and industrial. Most often, industrial lift trucks are used around train loading docks and truck loading docks in addition to in warehouse operations. These equipment have smaller tires that are designed to run on smooth surfaces. Normally, industrial forklifts are powered by an internal gasoline engine running on propane or diesel fuel. There are several smaller industrial forklift models which use an electric motor running off an internal battery. As the name implies, rough terrain lift trucks are designed to run on rough and unpaved surfaces. Commonly, they are the ideal alternative for military and construction operation. Rough terrain forklifts usually have large pneumatic tires that are generally powered by internal industrial engines that run on diesel or propane fuel. These forklift models can have a telescoping boom, capable of lifting cargo up and out from the equipment's base or they may utilize a vertical tower, that is responsible for carrying cargo straight up. During 1946, the rough terrain forklift emerged as a 2 pronged lift attachment was placed on a tractor chassis or a power buggy. This initial equipment was utilized around construction locations and was able to lift to a height of 30 inches or 76 centimeters and had a lifting capacity could lift 1000 pounds or 454 kg. Vertical tower forklifts were quickly developed for industrial application and rough terrain forklifts became famous as well. By the time the 1950s came around, there were available models which could lift up to heights of 30 feet or 9 meters and had lift capacities of 2500 lbs or 1135 kg. The original 4-wheel drive rough terrain forklift was introduced in the year 1958. It offered a capacity of 2724 kg or 6000 lbs. and had a lift height of 7 meters or 22.5 feet or 1362 kg or 3000 lbs. and 11 meters or 35 feet. The first telescoping boom rough terrain lift truck emerged on the market in 1962. This unit allowed loads to be placed out from the base of the equipment both below and above grade. More

  • Clark, one of the leading makers of forklifts in the globe, has approximately 350,000 working units all around the globe. Forklifts that are made by Clark are utilized at different work places like for instance large warehouse operations, food processing plants, retail places and grocery stores. A forklift is meant to move big or heavy things efficiently and easily from one place to another. You can find used Clark forklifts for sale in various outlets. Prior to looking at the vast range of used Clark forklifts available, you must consider precisely what you would be utilizing it for. If you need a forklift on a daily basis as part of a bigger fleet, then it may be better to spend more money on a newer model. Then again, if you would only be using it periodically or on a short term basis, you can search for a more heavily used, older lift truck. Newer models of Clark forklifts come on the used truck market usually due to the expiration of leases with companies which rent rather than buy lift trucks. These former lease trucks usually cost 10-15% more than lift trucks being sold by the owner. It pays to have an expert inspect the used forklift before any money changes hands. You may miss problems that an expert will catch. You also need to look at the safety levels and current state of repair of the used forklift, particularly the mast and the brakes and its state of mobility. Good brakes are really important in forklifts since most forklift accidents are associated with braking issues. More

  • The electric and rough terrain scissor lifts manufactured by Genies have lead the industry in efficiency on the work site and maximizing productivity. Genie models have been designed to fit through a standard doorway, able to operate and move in very confined areas. Strong, non-marking tires are always standard. They are always updated with new and innovative features and options to help you and your company be a lot more effective. When it comes to all tasks, small or big, Genie's rough terrain scissor lifts move smoothly and efficiently thanks to its excellent traction, gradeability, and speed. When platform workspace is needed Genie machines are perfect. They can work in tight spaces allowing for more staff, more work space, and more space for larger cargo. Updated, new features on the Genie slab scissor lifts have helped enhance not only the performance but also the serviceability and reliability of these machinery. Able to work inside and outdoors, Genie's self-propelled electric scissor lifts are perfect for applications on level, solid surfaces. These models create less noise compared to numerous other machines and have generous capacity and allow for large platform workspace. These kinds of lifts are ideal for tasks ranging from maintenance to construction to installation jobs. To help personnel solve issues on the go, Genie machines have easily accessed diagnostics on-board. Operators can troubleshoot and make adjustments with minimum machine downtime. For easier servicing and access to the engine, models are equipped with power module trays and swing-out battery boxes. More

  • City Cranes A small 2-axle mobile crane, known as a City crane is designed for use in compact spaces where the regular cranes could not venture. City cranes are utilized to work inside buildings or to travel through gates. In the 1990s, City cranes were developed as an answer to the growing urban density in the country of Japan. Many cities within the country started building and cramming more structures in close proximity and it became necessary to have a crane that could navigate through the small spaces of Japanese streets. Essentially, the city crane is a small rough terrain crane. This crane is made to be road legal and is characterized by a single cab, a short chassis, independent axle steering, and the 2-axle design. Additionally, these machinery offered a retractable slanted boom. This type of retractable boom takes up much less space than a horizontal boom of the same size would. Standard Truck Crane A mobile crane that has a lattice boom is a conventional truck crane boom. This unit is lighter compared to the boom on a hydraulic truck crane. There are multiple boom parts which could be added to enable the crane to reach up and over an obstacle. A typical truck crane requires separate power to be able to move down and up, as it is not able to raise and lower with hydraulic power. Kangaroo Crane A kangaroo crane or jumping crane is a articulated-jib slewing crane which is designed with an integrated bunker. These cranes were first developed within Australia. They are normally utilized in high-rise construction projects. Kangaroo cranes are unique in the business in the way that they could raise themselves as the building they are working on increases in height. These particular cranes are anchored by a long leg. This leg runs down the building's elevator shaft. More

  • During the year 1921, Komatsu established themselves as a diversified provider of industrial-use services and products. The Komatsu Group remains an international leader in the field of construction and mining equipment. They also are active in other businesses like utility equipment, compact machines, logistics and other solutions-based operations, industrial machinery and forest machinery. Komatsu Group is also involved in different types of compact machines and utility equipment. The company maintains "Quality and Reliability" as their most vital management policy. Komatsu strictly upholds this policy and is fully dedicated to providing ground-breaking and safe services and products that meet and exceed the expectations of their customers all around the globe. This standard is a part of every piece of machine and line which they manufacture. The company produces a huge array of industrial machinery like: Articulated Dump Trucks, Wheel Loaders, Bulldozers, Mini Hydraulic Excavators, Dump Trucks, Motor Graders, Forklift Trucks, Compact Machines for Utility Equipment, Feller-bunchers, Harvesters, Backhoe loaders, Skid Steer Loaders, and Mini Wheel Loaders. The company is also a manufacturer of Construction and Mining Equipment, Forwarders, and Mobile Screens. They also make other kinds of machines utilized for Slag Handling, Airport Equipment, Demolition, Small-diameter Pipe Jacking Machines referred to as "Ironmole", Tunneling machines and Shield Machines. Komatsu has a complete series of Hydraulic Equipment Casting Products, Casting Products and Components, Engines and Diesel Engines. They have an array Metal Forging Equipment, Stamping Press, Servo-Presses and small, medium and large-sized presses. Komatsu offers Press Brakes, Laser Cutting Machines, Shears, Sheet-Metal Machines and Fine Plasma Cutting Machines. Some of their well-known Machine Tools consist of: Wire Saws, Transfer Machines, Crankshaft Millers and Machining Centers. Komatsu also has a full line of Defense-related machinery too, that includes things such as: Temperature-control Equipment for Semiconductor Manufacturing, Thermoelectric Modules, Prefabricated Commercial-Use Structures, Excimer Lasers, CSS-Net and Packing and Transport Equipment. More