Yale Lift Truck Technologies
Yale Lift Truck Technologies launched two new integrated lithium-ion counterbalanced lift trucks, the three-wheel ERP32-40UXTL and the four-wheel ERP30-70UXL, as part of its UX product line, making an appropriate fit for applications in retail stores, warehouses and home centers.
“While warehouses have a long history of utilizing electric lift trucks, lead-acid battery power has typically been the default option for occasional to average duty cycle applications, where usage simply did not justify the investment in lithium-ion,” says John Santiago, director, counterbalance product planning and solutions, Yale. “With these new UX models, Yale is making lithium-ion more accessible, and in doing so, delivering on our mission to engineer lift truck solutions that seamlessly integrate advanced technologies and address the demands of today’s warehouses.”
- The trucks provide reliable performance and the advantages of lithium-ion power in a value-driven package.
- The two models are available with lift capacities in the 3,200- to 4,000-pound and 3,000- to 7,000-pound range, respectively. The trucks also offer a number of ergonomic features, including a low step height, a small, adjustable steering wheel and a wide view mast that helps maximize visibility and supports operator comfort.
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