low-lift truck

low-lift truck

[′lō ‚lift ‚trək]
(mechanical engineering)
A hand or powered lift truck that raises the load sufficiently to make it mobile.
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These include, for example, large-capacity tank-syringe trucks, a tracked excavator with a trailer and a low-lift truck or a special automotive ladder with articulated arm, with a rescue height of 32 and 42 meters.
The subject of this public contract (hereinafter referred to as VZ) is the purchase of 2 system electric forklifts specially designed for narrow aisles (2,2 m) with rotating forks, 2 pcs of electric four-wheel forklifts, 2 pcs of electric pedestrian low-lift trucks and 1 scissor lift truck - hereinafter referred to as goods.
The subject of this public contract (hereinafter referred to as VZ ) is the purchase of 2 system electric forklifts specially designed for narrow aisles (2,2 m) with rotating forks, 2 pcs of electric four-wheel forklifts, 2 pcs of electric pedestrian low-lift trucks and 1 scissor lift truck - hereinafter referred to as goods .