fork pocket

fork pocket

[′fȯrk ‚pak·ət]
(mechanical engineering)
An opening in the base of a container or pallet for insertion of the prong of a forklift.
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The steel is stored in stillages with fork pockets, with the trucks designed to match the fork pocket positions.
Designed for tight areas where lift trucks can't reach or facilities without powered industrial trucks, the deck's fork pocket channels are sized and spaced to fit most pallet jacks, allowing decks to be moved quickly and easily with a pallet jack, even when fully loaded.
fork pocket, safety engagement flag, convenient storage stand, and an optional high lift security harness.
A new portable jib crane with four-way fork pockets is for use in applications without permanent installation.
Fork pockets at the base allow for easy relocation.
Many options available to match the Work Positioner to the task at hand including accordion skirting, oversized platforms, platforms with beveled edges, pit mounted units, portability packages, detent stops, PLC control, foot pedal control, fork pockets, external power modules, and more.
The HPP-150 system is mounted on an oilfield type skid with pull bars, fork pockets and a four-point lift headache rack for ease of transport on a large equipment trailer or dedicated flatbed truck.
LID UNLOCKS DURING DUMPING CYCLE, REINDORCED FORK POCKETS.
The unit is equipped with fork pockets and can be transported by fork truck between lines for fluctuating production demands.
The jacks are bolted to a rolling cart with fork pockets and retractable wheels.
Other features include a chip/coolant tray that pivots with the saw head to minimize required floor space and collect chips and coolant to reduce housekeeping costs; access to the coolant reservoir, which permits filling and cleaning; and integral fork pockets that simplify transportation and installation.
Bi-directional fork pockets allow the mixers to be easily transported and maneuvered by lifts and forks.