Yale Cushion Tire Trucks
Yale's Internal Combustion cushion tire unit forklift has been designed and made to specially meet all the needs of numerous industry specific applications. The GM in-line 2.4L and 4.3L engines, together with the Mazda 2.2L and 2.0L in-line 4 cylinder engines are very powerful, efficient and durable engines. Their design has been specifically made and proven for utmost performance and reliability.
Yale Hi-Vis masts offer unsurpassed visibility and excellent construction due to their original construction and design. Each part has been engineered for low-maintenance, extended life and excellent performance. These units are extremely well designed to be a leader in the industry.
Frame & Outriggers
The outrigger and frame of the lift truck should be able to handle harsh environments in order to safely and efficiently handle the every day stresses it is likely to encounter. The frames made by Yale provide utmost protection to all of the components of the lift truck. Furthermore, they support the machinery and give it optimal strength and a long life.
To be able to make sure that their equipment meet all the needs and expectations of their clients, Yale frames have been subject to extensive computer, laboratory and application testing. For extra capacity and support, outriggers are welded directly to the frame. These major parts must be able to successfully deal with the stresses of the most throughput reach truck condition.
Yale trucks have built into every new machine their "Best-in-class" ergonomics, which offers excellent visibility, superior comfort, low effort operation and amazing operator comfort. These important features all add up in order to help operators keep up their productivity levels during their shift and enable operators to work more efficiently.
The engineers at Yale have focused extensively on the ergonomic design of the operator compartment. In addition, the electric steering by Yale further improves the production of the units. This feature provides more accurate steering control with less steering effort and further enhances production. Having an ergonomically friendly design is important to be able to enable operators to remain as productive as possible throughout the shift.