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Daewoo Dual Fuel Forklifts

Daewoo Dual Fuel Forklifts

Basic Fuel Types of Forklifts
Forklifts are powered lift trucks which are utilized in various kinds of industries to move heavy supplies and items. Forklifts are tough and dependable machinery that are essential tools in warehouse and construction settings. Lift truck units differ depending on the type of work environment and the kind of fuel which is used to power the lift truck.

Electricity
Electric forklifts are great for work sites that have limited ventilation because they make no exhaust fumes and are fairly quiet. They are designed to be powered by industrial-strength, large batteries. Since the electric lift truck batteries should be charging, the worksite will need a charging station. The batteries are durable and can be re-charged up to 1,500 times before they have to be replaced. The charging station must be located in a ventilated area and include an emergency eyewash station and an acid spill kit.

Propane
Forklifts powered by liquid propane have several advantages over diesel and electric powered machines making them fairly common in warehouse and industrial environments. Propane engines are much cleaner than diesel-powered units. There is no down time needed to recharge an industrial battery, and the cost for propane is less than the cost of electricity. A lift truck propane tank could be refueled quickly and easily by changing out the empty tank with a full tank. Normally an off-site supplier refills the empty tank, making refueling very safe and efficient.

Gasoline and Gas
Gasoline and Diesel lift trucks are the machine of choice for outdoor applications and rough terrain. They are commonly found on lumber yards and construction sites. Their disadvantages include relatively high maintenance needs, odorous exhaust and relatively high fuel costs. Their advantages comprise a longer lifespan than other units and dependability in tough conditions. Gasoline and diesel units must be refueled at a supply station on site which meets safety and health policies.

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