Hyundai is aiming for a new customer base with their new array of heavy forklift trucks. A variety of industries, from the natural stone and concrete businesses, to the steel industry, the transportation of heavy goods in the ports and the railway sector are all working with and depending on heavy duty machines. The efficiency and power provided by the models keep cost of operation low and provide the very best conditions for economical work. These machines could excel in the most tough settings.
The Cummins diesel engines ranging from 162 horse-power to 250hp offers the needed power on all of the large capacity units. TierIII emission standards are met with engines that have 6 cylinders. These kinds of forklifts could take the truck up to a speed of 35 km/h. It provides for a high climbing ability on steep slopes and rough terrain and also provides great acceleration.
To be able to choose 1 of 2 driving modes, the operator could use a switch. When in "Power" mode, full power is available for work on difficult terrain or heavy loads. In the "STP" mode, the trucks could save a lot of fuel during light-duty work. Furthermore, simply by pressing a switch, the operator can automatically maintain a chosen speed without touching the accelerator pedal. This is an added fuel saving function. The fully automatic transmission of the forklift gently shifts through the gears, making the machinery comfortable to utilize and easy to maneuver.
The well-ventilated cabin offers a comfortable and spacious working place. The cabin combines fatigue-free work with high performance. The powerful heating and air conditioning system helps ensure the operator has a comfortable interior. The cab was designed ergonomically to offer a bird's eye view of all of the controls, adding to the overall safety of the unit. An MP3 player and a CD player put the finishing touches on offering the enjoyable atmosphere which Hyundai equipment are supposed to have.