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Jungheinrich Electric Forklift

Jungheinrich Electric Forklift

Electric Forklift Specifications
The lift truck is a popular piece of machinery utilized to lift and carry goods and materials on jobsites such as construction and warehousing. Lift trucks now come in varying classes and are powered with various sources. These days, electric lift trucks have become common for a number of industries. They are powered by rechargeable lead-acid batteries that are more powerful and larger than batteries utilized for automobiles. Within this broad category of electric lift trucks, there are various sub-types distinguished by some common specifications.

Load Capacity
Load capacity is the total weight which a specific kind of forklift could support.

Stroke
The stroke is the vertical lift travel of the lift truck. It describes the total difference between the fully-loaded and fully-raised positions of the particular forklift.

Classes
In order to organize the features of the different models, classes of forklifts have been categorized into eight classes. Classes III, II and I pertain to electric lift trucks. Class I forklifts cover electric motor trucks designed to be ridden by the operator while in operation. Class II electric forklifts are recommended for stocking and pulling products inside a warehouse and are manufactured for efficiency in narrow aisle environments. Class III electric forklifts are motor-powered hand trucks that are used by a person who walks behind the model.

Battery Specifications
Battery specifications give information regarding what type of performance you can expect from them. The majority of lift trucks have a plate that identifies the amount of volts available from the battery. The battery weight would often be specified on the lift truck as well, because that information is needed to know the amount of weight the lift truck must support. Normally the specification also consists of the weight of the forklift truck without the battery.

Input
The input is the energy the battery of the forklift is made to accept while charging. This is really an essential specification. For instance, an electric lift truck might be able to accept either 230 or 460 volts at a time.

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