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Forklift Mast Types  

A forklift’s mast performs the actual lifting of a load. Also referred to as an upright, the mast is a vertical component on the front of a machine that raises loads to specified heights. It elevates and shifts horizontally through hydraulic displacement and lowers via the force of gravity. Forklift Mast Components and Other Important […]

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Charging Your Forklift Battery

A battery is the most critical component for the operation of your electric forklift. Batteries need to provide enough energy to power your forklift through a productive shift of work. If your battery is not functioning at its correct capacity, it usually means that your equipment is not running at peak performance.

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How to Get Your Forklift Certification  

Forklifts are among the most vital tools for industries across the globe. From warehouses to manufacturing facilities to construction companies and everything in between, forklifts serve as the preferred method for transporting materials over short distances.

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Guide to Forklift Terminology

Knowing the primary parts and essential functions of a forklift is critical in maximizing the performance, efficiency, and overall safety of your machine fleet. The more your employees know about the equipment they’re operating, the more your company will benefit. Understanding the different parts and functions of a device can be a perfect starting point […]

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4 WAREHOUSE SUSTAINABILITY IDEAS

Finding ways to increase sustainability is crucial for every business, especially for industries and warehouses. A rise in online shopping has led to a high demand for distribution centers, which means warehouses significantly influence sustainability efforts.

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FORKLIFT STABILITY AND THE IMPORTANCE OF CENTER GRAVITY

Manufacturers rate all forklifts with a maximum weight capacity at a specific height and load center. You can use the forklift load center of gravity to ensure that your load is balanced and safe during transport.

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