Yale Pneumatic IC Engine Lift Trucks are made and designed for some of the harshest environments, applications and industries. The Yale GP-VX Series uses rugged six and four cylinder Yanmar, Mazda, GM and Cummins engines in liquid propane gas, gasoline, and diesel. These engines are tested for reliability and performance as far as their application goes. Within the industry, Yale has proved to be one of the major players, leading the way with excellent design and innovative technology. Additionally, these equipment have proven to be dependable and safe over the years.
The electrically controlled transmissions referred to as Techtronix offers Yale's customers great durability and performance. Yale Hi-Vis masts integrate excellent visibility, solid construction and innovative engineering. These parts are all engineered for low-maintenance, extended life as well as amazing performance.
Work and Head Lamps
There are specific standards implemented by OSHA that need directional lighting on the truck if general lighting is less than 2 lumens per square foot. This makes sufficient lighting a safety requirement at night time or inside of darkened buildings.
Yale provides optional lighting to meet the applications requirements of each and every client. These options comprise LED options and halogen lighting options which are both designed in order to resist damaging effects of shock, vibration and weather, while increasing visibility in low ambient light settings.
Operator Restraint Systems
In the event of a lift truck tip over, an operator restraint system can help the operator keep their head and torso inside the confines of the lift truck frame and overhead guard. Using an operator restraint system properly can greatly lessen the likelihood of serious injury from occurring. Every one of the newer Yale lift trucks consists of Hip Restraints as well as an Anti-Cinch Seat Belt as part of their standard equipment. Yale is proud to provide operator restraint systems that are capable of being retrofitted into numerous older Yale lift trucks.