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Currently, the T-Series line of pneumatic tire forklifts comprise 6 heavy-duty units which are rated at 36 inch load centers. The capacities vary from thirty six thousand pounds to 65,000 pounds. The T-Series has been engineered and made to suit the customer's needs in a variety of operations.
Each unit in the T-Series line of thirty six inch L.C. lift trucks uses a Tier Certified Cummins electronic turbocharged air to air or air after-cooled diesel engine. Some of the basic engine features comprise a maintenance and electronic diagnostic monitor, a water/fuel separator, transmission/engine protection systems, reduced emissions and improved fuel economy.
For all of these units, the transmission is a fully reversing, 3-speed, modulated powershift transmission with electric shift control; a separate cooler for air-to-oil as well as declutch. In addition, the automatic powershift is available as a standard feature.
The heavy duty TXH Series of Forklifts provided by Taylor Machine Works has the reputation of being the most reliable and durable forklifts in the industry. This particular series was made and engineered with the operator and the service personnel in mind. The TXH Series provides many basic features such as increased head and leg room, shock mounted center mounted operator station, CANbus technology for operator convenience and comfort, tilt steering wheel and fingertip electric joystick controls.
So as to accommodate your particular application needs, Taylor has ammassed a wide range of options and attachments.
The forklift is a mobile machinery which utilizes 2 prongs or forks to carry and place cargo into positions which would be normally difficult to reach. Typically, forklifts fall into 2 main categories: rough-terrain and industrial.
Industrial forklifts are most often used around truck and train loading docks in addition to a lot of warehouse applications. These machines have smaller tires which are engineered to run on paved surfaces. Typically, industrial forklifts are powered by an internal gasoline engine running on propane or diesel fuel.
Smaller forklifts may run off an internal battery charging an electric motor. And as the name implies, the rough terrain forklift is engineered to be operated on rough and unpaved surfaces. Usually, they are the great alternative for military and construction applications. Rough terrain forklifts generally have big pneumatic tires that are usually powered by internal industrial engines which run on propane, diesel or propane fuel. These forklift units could have a telescoping boom, capable of lifting loads up and out from the machine's base or they may use a vertical tower, which is responsible for lifting cargo straight up.
In nineteen forty six, the rough terrain forklift emerged as a 2 pronged lift attachment was placed on a tractor chassis or a power buggy. This initial machinery was utilized around construction locations and could raise to a height of 76 centimeters or 30 inches and had a lifting capacity could lift 454 kg or 1000 pounds. Vertical tower forklifts were rapidly developed for industrial use and rough terrain forklifts became popular as well. By the time the 1950s came around, there were available models that can lift up to heights of 30 feet or 9 meters and had lift capacities of 1135 kg or two thousand pounds.