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  • Mostly rough terrain vehicles are used to handle stacks of wood, pallets of concrete blocks and other handling tasks on rough surfaces and the surfaces are not paved. These equipment are engineered to work in extreme environments. It is common for a variety of heavy-duty rough terrain forklift units to be able to carry several tonnes at the same time. These kinds of machines are the ideal application for heavy work. Rough terrain lift trucks are available in a variety of designs. They are complete with 2 wheel steering, 4 wheel steering and 4 wheel crab steering. Typically, these machines are powered by an IC engine, frequently diesel. This type of fuel supplies the equipment the power it needs for acceleration and speed. A Brief History Manitou initially introduced the 4-wheel drive rough terrain lift truck in the latter part of the 1950s. They were manufactured within Ancenis, France. Not long after, in the 1960s, the first telescoping boom rough terrain lift truck came about. This model changed the way materials were handled in crowded construction sites, particularly places where conventional models of industrial products were not being used. Different improvements have been made in the last three decades on the automatic hydraulic frame and the telescoping boom. These new designs have really enhanced load capacity and stability. Lots of enhancements of safety features have evolved this materials handling alternative into a really essential tool. The rough terrain forklift is used in many key businesses such as farming, mining, military and construction applications. Certain units of rough terrain forklifts could be used on every surface, paved and rough. These units are called all-terrain lift trucks. This particular equipment could transport objects from outside waiting transportation to inside of the warehouse and vice versa. Being equipped with deep tread tires, helps guarantee that the vehicle could be used in most outdoor applications. They could successfully operate on uneven, slippery or rough surfaces. The big pneumatic tires could travel easily over sand, ice, mud, snow, rocks and wood. These equipment have changed the material handling industry. They are around to stay. By keeping up your maintenance schedule, your lift truck will be able to serve you for numerous years to come. These types of machines need to be inspected and taken care of every day, especially when they are working outdoors in dirty and difficult applications. More

  • TREK Cleaning Machines is a maker of cleaning equipment that have a passion for the cleaning business. The company's creative nature is a reflection of the business founder's huge entrepreneurial style. Together, Bob O'Hara, Chris Knowlton and Jim Hartsock have 60 years combined knowledge in successfully making, engineering, marketing and supporting highly effective equipment which offer supreme value to all their customers. TREK is truly dedicated to quality and devoted to new design ideas. All these corporate values are reflected in their individual machinery and product development. TREK offers many products that help to improve their clients overall production in addition to enegizing their numerous great dealers. Energy, dedication and commitment to client satisfaction resonate with each and every equipment. The TREK team enjoys tackling challenging jobs and embracing challenges. They are proud to launch the Torsion scrubber line, which provides a breakthrough in technology. The Torsion vision project developed and was motivated from the company's unique knowledge of operator's skills and needs, certain cleaning applications, and the owner's strong desire to really reduce their costs through production gains. Along with their numerous great dealer-partners, TREK is committed to having great technical and parts support for all its products. This dedication to offering great service is at the core of their customer service culture. Making certain that your cleaning machinery is up and running on a daily basis is important to the clients and to TREK as well. TREK provides leading technologies to help deliver dependable machinery to reduce your cleaning expenses. TREK has become a number one choice for lots of different businesses. There are a variety of companies on the market who spend a lot of effort trying to develop user-friendly machinery at an economical price. In an attempt to develop these equipment, TREK Cleaning Machines have been a recognized manufacturer of excellent scrubbers and sweepers for many years. Recently, the company introduced a complete line of industrial floor scrubbers and floor sweepers with a focus on extremely competitive pricing and on increased efficiency. TREK was initially founded by industry veterans. They know the issues and concerns which face production facilities. The Stand- Up Rider Scrubber or Torsion SUR was designed along with the Radial Sweeper. The articulated TREK Torsion SUR scrubber machinery has been uniquely engineered with 2 sections that use a pivoting joint to connect them. This specialized design enables the Torsion SUR TB6 scrubber to offer a turning freedom of 150 degrees, better handling, and increased maneuverability. These features as well as the 60-gallon tanks, which come standard equipped, means an increased production of up to 100 percent. More

  • The rough terrain forklift is a great machine for numerous outdoor material handling and construction tasks. Normally, rough terrain lift truck models are utilized to carry stuff like for example steel beams, lumber, bricks, concrete and other heavy items. There are two key ways which a rough terrain unit lift truck varies from the conventional forklift: they utilize inflatable, thick treaded tires to allow operators to drive them over uneven or loose terrain and they use IC engines for their power source. These pieces of machines are extremely strong and rugged vehicles. Lots of models of rough terrain, heavy duty forklifts are capable of carrying several tons of material at the same time. These machines are calibrated carefully in order to provide a counterbalance at the back of the lift. This counterbalance is what stops the load from making the lift tip forward. Certain rough terrain models provide 4-wheel drive as well as 4-wheel steering. The majority of rough terrain forklifts utilize a hydraulic system which is responsible for raising and lowering the forks. The rough terrain unit is almost exclusively powered by an IC engine. These engines offer more power, superior acceleration and greater speeds over the electric engine. There are a range of different internal combustion engines that run on other types of fuels. For example, among the most frequent kinds of fuels for these models include gasoline, CNG or compressed natural gas, LP or liquid propane and diesel. Diesel is the most frequent fuel choice and it is also the least expensive, however, it is not as frequently found as gas. Among the key advantages of the internal combustion or IC engines is that they really decrease refueling time. Another really important factor on the rough terrain forklift is the choice in tire. Rough terrains need to have tires which allow for movement across uneven terrain. There are certain rough terrain lift trucks which allow people to drive these machines over snow, mud, ice, rocks and wood, virtually transforming them into an unstoppable machine. The majority of these tires are similar to typical tires found on trucks and cars and are filled with air, although, certain units are made out of solid rubber. A super addition to any construction site is a rough terrain lift truck. These equipment allow operators to move thousands of tons of material over hazardous and rough ground. More

  • Scissor Lifts Scissor lifts were initially designed to offer larger work space while raising bigger loads. They are usually utilized to raise multiple employees who need access to the same work platform. This particular kind of aerial lift is used for raising materials, heavy machinery and people. These industrial machines come in a lot of colors, sizes and models. Nearly all scissor lifts and hydraulic lifts run by either gas or electricity. Electric models are normally quieter equipment making them most suitable for warehouse uses. Scissor lifts which are powered by either gas or diesel are often called rough-terrain lifts which are more suitable for outdoor jobsites. Within the industrialized world, scissor lifts are the most often utilized and among the most important types of material handling equipment. There are a range of different model types offered on the market. For instance, several are designed to handle a load of up to fifty tons, whereas others more resemble portable carts which are small and only able to lift a couple hundred pounds of load. Common Names for Scissor Lifts These machinery are known by various names in the material handling business. For instance, some of the most common names for scissor lifts include Narrow Electric Scissor Lifts, 4WD Aerial Lifts, Rough Terrain Scissor Lifts, Material Lifts, Aerial Platforms, Tall Scissor Lift Platform, Turn Tables, Small Scissor Lift, Air Scissor Lift Cart, Heavy Capacity Scissor Lift, Air Scissor Lift Cart, Ground Lift Table, Heavy Duty Scissor Lift, Loading Dock Lift, Hydraulic Lifts, Tilt Tables, Zero Lifts, Ergonomic Lift Tables, Upenders and Air Lift Tables. Scissor Lifts will also be categorized under general Aerial Lifts as well. More

  • JLG aerial work platforms could get the job done, whether you are lifting from 10 feet to 150 feet. JLG provides over 50 various models of mast booms, boom lifts, scissor lifts and vertical mast lifts so as to meet any of your personnel lifting needs. You can be much more efficient and productive than ever, with factory designed accessories. JLG's founder, John L. Grove, invented the very first self-propelled boom lift during the year 1969 and ever since that time, has always been working to find ways to make your job safer and easier. Vertical Mast Lifts JLG knows that your work requires vary quite a bit during the day, each shift. From painting, routine maintenance to electrical installations, duct work, plumbing, signage and putting up holiday decorations, JLG provides the most variety and the option in vertical mast lifts. JLG provides the AccessMaster push-around vertical mast lifts and the self-propelled JLG mobile vertical mast lifts which are drivable at full height, the company has various models to pick from. Choose a JLG lift machine and increase you efficiency with a best-in-class lift. Leave the ladder for the other guys and choose safety and security with an aerial work platform. JLG LiftPod Work Platform Safety is the biggest factor for any task. The safer a person's work environment is the lower your costs and the higher your production. It is a well-known fact that it only takes one mishap for additional work and fines to pile up. You can concentrate on the task with a LiftPod aerial work platform and would not have to focus the risk of the job. There is an enclosed carriage and a secure platform on the LiftPod aerial work platform. These features could help keep you stable as high as 14 feet. This specific work platform provides a 360-degree range of motion in order to use both hands so that you could finish the job in time. The LiftPod has been designed and engineered to be portable which means that your next job is never really far away. There are lots of reasons that JLG Aerial Platforms have become well known in the industry. These equipment have earned a positive and solid reputation for being both safe and efficient to use, while being comfortable for the driver. JLG has become a global leader within the material handling industry. More

  • Potain is a world leader in the business of construction cranes. This is a particular brand that belongs to Manitowoc. They specify in offering cranes for the building construction industry. Some of the ranges and service news regarding Potain cranes consist of: tower cranes, crane operators training programs, building site reference, second-hand cranes, and crane equipment innovations, amongst many other things. There are a lot of different realities within today's global marketplace; the customers these days no longer accept any "one-size-fits-all-solutions" to suit all their needs. Manitowoc is committed to assisting their customers meet their really specific and diverse requirements. The company is completely structured in order to meet the diverse needs for different tasks and regions in order to serve their broad customer base. Potain produces a wide range of machines like: Grove mobile hydraulic cranes, Manitowoc-lattice boom crawler cranes, Potain tower cranes are services and National Crane telescoping cranes, manufactured and sold at many locations on 5 different continents. To be able to maximize functionality and value, basically all Manitowoc products are built and designed as modular base units that have the capacity of for add-on components that can be added on in order to maximize their performance. Last of all, each product has been engineered with features which meet the needs of different regions. Like for example, they provide simplicity, along with dependable and efficient performance in the harshest of settings as well as suit the requirements of worldwide transportation regulations. Manitowoc Finance offers numerous reasonable financing alternatives for their clients, which helps their clients facilitate obtaining the right type of machinery, and allows the company to tackle profitable new opportunities when they happen. Moreover, once their customers are in the field, Manitowoc's Crane Care provides comprehensive service packages. They are available to assist and have professional repair and diagnosis available at your side. All maintenance is performed by qualified local representatives who speak the native language of where help is being called from. These experts have the ability and knowledge to return your machine to lucrative operation with a short amount of downtime. More

  • In the crane industry, the all-terrain crane is a luxury type of a mobile hydraulic crane. The reputation of this crane is like driving a Range Rover or a Hummer on pavement. All-terrain cranes are considered to be a hybrid between a rough terrain crane and mobile truck crane. Another remarkable feature of this specific machinery is its multi-functional ability to be able to navigate through all kinds of off-road terrain. Amongst the main selling characteristics of this specific crane is that it travels equally well at top speeds down highways. The First Rough Terrain Crane Grove launched the first rough terrain crane to the market in 1959. The crane was designed for the intended use of being a multi-purpose device for use on construction locations. The crane's tires have the industrial strength which is capable of handling all kinds of tricky terrain and can transport small loads in carry mode. In the 1970s, the 4 axle Super-RT 1650 model was launched by Grove. This unit has a 270 foot or 82.8 meter height under hook in production, in addition to a 135 ton lifting capacity. At the end of the day, the rough terrain crane would become the company's most remarkable machine over the years. The Crane's Disadvantages Amongst the major disadvantages of the rough terrain crane was the problem that it was not capable of being driven on public roads with any other traffic. Japan was the only country in the world that will make an exception to this rule. Additionally, another problem happened when the lowered boom on the crane tended to block the left and right views of the driver, depending on how the cap was positioned. These issues with the design of the crane ended up being both dangerous and severe and result in many accidents with RT cranes, particularly when turning. Thus, low-loaders, lowboys, flatbeds were utilized as the primary way of moving rough terrain cranes. More

  • Lift Truck Training A lot of industries use powered industrial trucks for material handling. In the recycling industry, internal combustion powered forklifts are popular. Lift truck operation requires operators who are well trained. Training is a requirement in North America, and for good reason. A forklift could inflict serious property damage or personal injury if not used safely. A loaded forklift could weight three times as much as an automobile. Lift trucks are responsible for a large percentage of industrial accidents, either as the secondary or the primary source of the accident. Reports of fatalities or injuries involving both pedestrians or operators are all too commonplace. Training Requirement A training program for operators must be developed and applied by employers. Moreover, the program must be based on four factors: the kinds of vehicles being utilized in the workplace, the general principles of safe truck operation, the general safety requirements, according to OSHA and the particular hazards of the workplace. Training includes both practical and formal components. At the completion of the training, operators should pass an assessment showing they have the ability to properly operate a truck. OSHA also requires that operators of powered industrial trucks should be trained in certain specific subject matters which is applicable to safe lift truck operation. More

  • Designed for Safety Yale has a great history for providing safe lift trucks that are suitable for a range of uses. The ability to produce and design models for better safety comes from the new technology that is available in the material handling business and the company's experience. Yale likes to incorporate new technology which is available into their latest designs. Some of the new technologies which are available are first applied to forklift trucks and then later proven further through durability testing and functionality. The company conducts numerous reliability development and controlled field tests in order to ensure their products are really safe. To be able to enhance overall safety, Yale has designed and developed many new features, which have been incorporated on lots of models such as: Operator Compartment Controls and Ergonomics The operator compartment has been designed with ergonomics in mind, using state-of-the-art technology. These designs help to ensure that the operator avoids heavy repetitive motions and exhaustion. These extra comforts help to increase overall efficiency. Adjustable Operators Controls and Compartment Having adjustable operator's compartment and controls allows the necessary controls to be able to be positioned in close proximity to a wide range of operators. This helps make the machinery user friendly, regardless of who is operating it. Prior to beginning their shift, the operator could make sure she or he is as comfortable as possible. Operator Presence System The Operator Presence System prevents the hydraulic system operation from being used if the operator is not in the correct operating position. This presence system additionally disables directional travel on IC engine truck models. Swing-Out LPG Tank Bracket The drop-down design brings the LPG tank out from the protected center of the truck and down to the operator's natural handling position making the tank easier to change. More

  • The forklift is a dangerous machinery. The latest statistics have proven that over 100 employees are killed in some form of lift truck accident. An extra 95,000 employees are injured on the job on an annual basis as well, using these heavy pieces of industrial equipment. Nearly all fatalities have been because of lift truck turnovers. Being crushed between the lift truck and another surface is the next highest percentage of fatalities. The third highest cause of death is being struck by the forklift itself and lastly, getting hit from falling objects due to a dropped load is the last statistic. Each injury or fatality is quite gruesome and terrible because of the ability and immense weight of these equipment. Who Must Conduct the Training? All assessment and training needs to be trained by people who have the right education, experience and knowledge to teach powered industrial truck operators the right skills and then to assess their competency afterwards. Several examples of a skilled trainer consist of an individual who has a license, professional standing or specialized degree in their possession, or someone who has extensive training, knowledge and experience using forklifts. A good candidate has plenty of experience and has demonstrated the capability to evaluate and train drivers of industrial trucks. If the employer does not wish to perform the training himself, there are many resources accessible for them to pick from. Like for instance, they can hire in local health and safety organizations, like for instance the National Safety Council local chapters, truck manufacturers, or private teaching consultants who specialize in powered industrial trucks. There are often local trade and vocational schools which will be glad to provide several great resources. There are numerous web sites on the World Wide Web that are committed to forklift safety. Private businesses could be found on-line that offer forklift safety training services, like videos and written programs. Most safety videos can either be rented or leased or bought. One very essential thing to consider is that simply by showing your workers a series of videos or a video about lift truck safety, does not meet the full requirements of the OSHA standard. Subsequent training and skill of the new operators should be conveyed and evaluated by a particular method in order to make sure that the full training has been obtained. When the operator has successfully passed all of the required training, a lift truck certificate will be issued and they will legally be able to operate a forklift. Valid lift truck certificates are a requirement by organizations so as to keep everybody at the workplace very safe. More