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Make: Capacity
Model: TJ7000
Year: 2004


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Make: Taylor
Model: THDC955
Year: 2002


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Make: CAT
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Nissan Outdoor Forklifts

Nissan Outdoor Forklifts

For companies that raise and transport heavy supplies and goods on a regular basis, there is probably no more effective or valuable machine as the forklift. Forklifts are a popular site in manufacturing plants, dockyards, lumber yards, distribution depots, warehouses and shipping and receiving, agriculture and other work places which require to handle loads ranging from 3000 to 30,000 plus lbs.

The forklift is utilized most frequently to keep the flow of operations running as efficiently and smoothly as possible. Though lift trucks are a large investment, the amount of man hours they can save and the injuries they reduce from heavy lifting could make the purchase pay for itself in little time.

There are many different units and manufacturers of forklifts on the market. Different units are designed to accomplish various jobs. So as to make certain that you don't purchase more than you require or the wrong type of machinery, it is vital to evaluate the requirements of your company and compare to the various units offered on the market. Speaking with a certified forklift distributor is a good idea and so is doing your own research online.

When looking at lift trucks by the type of fuel, the following types are available:

Electric: Electric lift trucks use heavy, large, rechargeable batteries which are lead-acid based. These batteries are able to run for roughly 5 or 6 hours straight. Electric models are ideal for indoor use because of their lack of emissions. They are a popular option for warehouses and retail spaces since they provide a relatively low cost per hour of operation and put zero emissions into the air where individuals are working.

Internal Combustion: Internal combustion forklifts work with a range of fuels. Several models take compressed natural gas or CNG, others take diesel, LP or liquid propane or gasoline. When compared to electric forklifts, the internal combustion or IC models could carry heavier loads, accelerate faster and are easier to refuel. These units are usually more pricey to use than their electric counterparts.

Fuel Cell: Hydrogen fuel cell forklifts are the latest in forklift technology. These models provide the fast refueling capability of an IC model but offer the zero emissions and quietness of electric forklifts.

There are a range of outdoor Nissan units that provide synchronized steering. This feature returns the wheel knob to the original position automatically following completing a turn. Outfitted with solid pneumatic tires to offer a comfortable ride both indoors and outdoors, these tires are more resistant to wear and damage.

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