Optional Accessories for Your Forklift
Audible Devices - Back-Up or Motion Alarms:
Motion alarms and backup alarms are audio device accessories that generate enough sound so that the sound is heard overtop the sounds generated from the forklift itself.
The sound generated by the audio device must be discernible from other audible devices or sounds from the work environment. The sound must also be different from the other sound or audible devices in the work area. The audible device could employee noise exposure and end up contribute to OSHA noise limitation; hence, care should be taken.
Determine the direction and distance the sound of the audible device is made harder due to the use of hearing protection. Audible devices could occasionally get disabled from both workers and operators as they can find them very annoying. What's more, audible devices could also be objectionable to nearby residents.
Additional Application and Operator Options:
Enclosed Operator Cabs: To be able protect the operator from the elements, enclosed operator cabs made of tempered glass are used to help prevent injuries and reduce other issues. In addition, these cabs feature an emergency exit through removing the window. Noise levels are reduced at the operator's ear because of additional sound proofing.
Operator Selectable Performance Modes: The operator can choose the performance requirement for the specific application. What's more, it allows a supervisor to set the model's maximum performance for an operator who is just learning. Being able to adjust and lessen the maximum performance of the model enables a new operator to learn the operating features of the equipment in a controlled setting.
Impact Monitor: The impact monitor disables the model and when this happens, it requires a supervisor to activate and override the model. This encourages the operator to be sure to manage the machinery in a more controlled manner.
Panoramic and Dual Rear View Mirrors: These mirrors serve as an aid to the operator in observing the operating environment behind the truck as well as the tail swing area.