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Purchasing Lift Truck Parts
The components on a forklift will endure a lot of wear and tear, but would need to be replaced regularly. Due to the huge number of internet sites providing new and used parts for forklifts, purchasing lift truck components are easy these days. Here are a few suggestions for buying a part for your lift truck. Surf on line and do an internet search for the needed component. Lift truck component internet sites typically allow you to enter the part name into the search box. You can also look under the category headings for the right component. You might be asked to enter the model of the forklift, the needed component, and your contact info in a form on line. This will enable the company to contact you as fast as possible. Some internet sites are set up to allow clients to buy the component directly online. If you want to ask questions over the phone, the website would have contact info posted so you can talk to a sales employee.
An alternative method is to go in person to the forklift component store. If you have a component store in your geographic area and if the store has your part available, this is the fastest method to acquire your brand new or used component.
The company's empty container handlers are equipped with a huge range of masts and attachments so as to better meet your particular needs. The following is a list of units with their standard mast and attachment.
In order to pick 20 feet throughout fifty three feet empty ISO standard containers and empty reefer containers, the TECDS-150H Attachment can expand. Any containers measuring more than 40 feet should have standard 40 feet ISO pickup points. The attachment has electrical signal lights in the cab, 4 corner twist-locks, 2 work lights and hydraulic slewing.
Able to deal with 2 separate twenty foot or forty foot empty ISO standard containers at the same time is the ELME attachment. It allows for numerous containers to be stacked on top of each other. What's more, this attachment is offered with 4 horizontal twist-locks which insert into the side apertures of the lower container's top corner castings as well as the upper containers bottom corner castings. The extremely specialized design of the twist-locks enables block stacking to be accomplished.
Each and every Taylor unit container lift truck has a Tier Compliant Cummins electronic turbocharged, charged air after-cooled or charged air to air diesel engine. Some of the basic engine features consist of diagnostic monitor and electronic maintenance, engine/transmission protection, reduced overall emissions, fuel/water separator and improved fuel economy. Furthermore, the available transmission utilized for all 3 units is a non-modulated, power-shift, fully reversing, 3-speed transmission. It comes along with inching capacity and remote shift control.