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Hyundai Forklift Fits Narrow Aisle Operations

 
Hyundai Forklift, Chicago, Ill., has introduced the BCS-9 stand-up counter-balanced battery lift truck for narrow aisle operation in distribution and manufacturing environments. The three new models—15BCS-9, 18BCS-9 and 20BCS-9—are available in 3,000-, 3,500- and 4,000-pound capacities. They offer a travel speed of 7.5 mph at an overall width of 42 inches.

The forklifts feature powerful dual drive motors and four-wheel configuration to deliver stability and gradeability at low noise levels, the company claims. The AC motors on the Hyundai BCS-9 forklifts include temperature sensors to ensure longer motor life. Equipped with on-demand steering, the forklifts’ hydraulic motors are activated while steering to reduce steering noise and energy consumption. The ergonomically designed operating system on Hyundai BCS-9 lift trucks includes an adjustable armrest, a large, cushioned backrest and a contoured, minimal-effort joystick. An advanced, 3.5-inch LCD color monitor with self-diagnostic system allows the operator to control the machine. The monitor provides such information as speed, steering wheel position, travel direction, battery discharge and work mode. For safety, electric disc brakes provide emergency stopping and parking, and are actuated automatically when the pedal is released.

For more information, call 877-509-2254 or visit www.hceamericas.com.


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