Stock Number: 2-16-230162
Make: Terex-Comedil
Model: CBR36H-4
Year: 2006

Stock Number: 268831
Make: CAT
Model: VC60DSA
Year: 1991

Stock Number: EQU003868
Make: Tico
Model: ProSpotter
Year: 2017

Stock Number: 269271
Make: Hyster
Model: H620F
Year: 2004

Stock Number: 206159
Make: Hyundai
Model: 110D-7E
Year: 2012

Stock Number: EQU007560
Make: JLG
Model: 600AJ
Year: 2010

Stock Number: EQU003763
Make: Hyster
Model: H210HD
Year: 2008

Stock Number: EQU006749
Make: Hyundai
Model: 45L-7A
Year: 2016

Stock Number: 301406
Make: Capacity
Model: TJ7000
Year: 2004

Stock Number: 207724
Make: CAT
Model: P5000
Year: 2013

Stock Number: 268831
Make: CAT
Model: VC60DSA
Year: 1991

Stock Number: 300986
Make: Aker Wade
Model: Twinmax20
Year: 2010

Jungheinrich Propane Forklift

Jungheinrich Propane Forklift

Lift Truck Components in More Detail
A forklift is constructed from numerous components. The key parts that make up a lift truck are the frame of the truck, the engine parts, the overhead guard, the tilt cylinders and the wheels. What's more, a lift truck has a range of attachments. All the components making up a forklift are of equal importance because they work together to make the equipment's operation possible. The following paragraphs describe several of the forklift parts in detail.

The Overhead Guard - this guard forms the forklift truck's metal roof. It sits over the cab area and protects the equipment operator while he or she is sitting and driving. The overhead guard ensures that nothing falling from above onto the truck will damage the controls in the cab or harm the driver. The overhead guard is vital to the frame assembly on several models.

The Mast - Mounted either to the front axle or the forklift frame, the mast is the vertical forklift component made of interlocking rails. The mast allows the forks to move up and down while providing lateral stability. The interlocking rails could either have bushings or bushings as guides. There are two ways the mast may be operated: chain operated with motive power provided by a hydraulic motor or hydraulically by one or more hydraulic cylinders.

Lift Truck Carriage - the forks and various other kinds of attachments are mounted to the carriage. The carriage is connected to the mast directly to the hydraulic cylinder or it is connected by chains. To allow the forks to be lowered and raised, the carriage could have either bushings or rollers to guide it in the interlocking mast rails.

Load Back Rest - While the carriage is raised to full height, there is a back rest made of metal that keeps a load from falling backwards. The back rest is either bolted or welded on to the carriage.

Forklift Attachments - a range of attachments could be fixed to the front of the lift truck. The most common attachment is forks. Additionally, there are L-shaped members, rollers, rotators, roll clamps, pole handlers and and all that. These different kinds of attachments are helpful for moving various kinds of loads.

  • CAT Reach Stackers
    For railway handling, this might require larger trucks that are outfitted with both a longer reach and higher lift capacity. You might ... More
  • Hyster Large Capacity Forklifts
    Big and Jumbo Hyster provides a series of masted top pick trucks, the H1050-1150D-CH series, which could handle as much as 88,185 ... More
  • Toyota Order Picker Forklifts
    Among the main problems for many businesses nowadays is effective order picking. The BT Optio Series has been designed by Toyota ... More
  • Daewoo Diesel Forklifts
    A forklift is an important piece of machinery in the material handling business. Also referred to as a powered industrial truck, a ... More
  • Skyjack Articulating Boom Lifts
    What Precisely Is an Articulating Boom Lift? The articulated boom lift is a heavy duty equipment capable of performing various tasks ... More