fork truck

fork truck

[′fȯrk ‚trək]
(mechanical engineering)
A vehicle equipped with a forklift. Also known as forklift truck.
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The driver, however, does have to activate the transmitter early enough for the door to open before the fork truck reaches it, or there is a risk of collision.
Brian Quarmby has retired after a career working in the textile industry and 27 years as a fork truck training instructor based at the Textile
is pleased to announce the Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) has awarded research grant funding for the Companys proposal to develop the breakthrough Ultera ultra-clean emissions control technology for the propane powered fork truck market.
The Smartlift real-time location system guides, monitors and tracks every movement of a fork truck vehicle within a facility.
The Fork Rhino's design doesn't affect the safe operation or capacity of a fork truck.
The unit is equipped with fork pockets and can be transported by fork truck between lines for fluctuating production demands.
CONSOLIDATED FORK TRUCK SERVICES (CFTS) 01344 623800 the body responsible for developing and administering the materials handling industry's national accreditation scheme for Thorough Examination, has appointed Richard Hayes as its new chairman.
Features include: antiskid surface to hold cases/boxesin place; contoured corners; smooth surfaces to allow easy handling; smooth/nonporous surface that avoids moisture and odors-easy-to-clean/lightweight plastic construction for dimensional consistency and repeatable performance; and versatile handling, four-way hand and fork truck entry.
The Simple Automation[TM] stretch wrapping systems offer the Click-n-Go[TM] wireless remote control, which enables fork truck drivers to simply place a pallet load on the stretch wrapper, back away a few feet and press a button.
Damage is common along an upright's first 6" to 12" of column from the floor due to fork truck impact, especially at end rows, tunnels, drive thrus and intersections, where maneuvering is tight.
When the hopper is full, the user detaches it from the bottom of the collector, lifts the hopper onto a fork truck, and pulls a lever to open the lid and discharge the contents into a larger disposal container.
Wear components, such as conveyor belts, baler platen wear strips and gib bars and fork truck and bale clamp lubrication are common points of long-term shutdown because of the lack of attention they generally receive, he adds.