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TCM Used Forklifts

TCM Used Forklifts

Forklifts are categorized into the following types based on the structure:

Standard Trucks: Standard Trucks make up the sturdy and large models which are often used in warehouses. Standard trucks could usually lift weights between 3,000 pounds to 4,000 pounds and their blades could lift cargo as high as 20 feet.

Reach Truck: The reach truck or narrow aisle forklift are usually smaller, more maneuverable and operates mostly on electricity. These machines are specifically made for pallet storage. They are capable of carrying cargo up to 40 feet in height. If you want raising and unloading weights over long distances and fast, than a reach truck would not be the right alternative for your requirements.

Order Selector: Order Selectors are very narrow aisle trucks that are utilized to transport racked loads which are smaller than pallet size. Order Selectors are different in that they can raise both the truck driver and the cargo as high as 40 feet.

Motorized Pallet Trucks: Motorized Pallet Trucks are also referred to as walkies, walkie riders and riders. These units are appropriately named due to the fact that the driver is not required to sit inside of the vehicle to be able to operate it. Instead, the driver walks along the side of the truck as it transports the cargo.

Swing Mast Trucks: Swing Mast Trucks are similar in appearance to regular units of trucks. These are machines with a narrow aisle and have masts that can swing up to 90 degrees, only in one direction.

Turret Trucks: Turret Trucks are also designed with a very narrow aisle. Similar to an Order Selector, they could raise the load and the operator. In addition, these trucks could swing their forks 90 degree on each side.

To determine what unit in particular will best suit your businesses needs, visit a local dealer to check out all the various units. If you want to rent before you purchase, this is a great alternative for you so you could try out various units prior to making such a large purchase. Make certain you have a list of questions for your lift truck dealer and be very truthful about what the needs of business are when you are talking about the facts with a knowledgeable dealer.

Today, there is such a wide range of lift truck models available, that it does not matter where you are, you will be able to find the right forklift for your business.

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