Many times when we are shopping for a forklift, we will hear from friends asking about the professional weight of the forklift, the center distance of the load, the maximum lifting height, etc. But how can we understand these terms more quickly? ? Today, the excellent HuaYa forklift Chengdu sales company to answer for you:
1. Rated lifting weight: the maximum weight that the forklift should be able to lift when the center of gravity of the cargo on the fork is at the specified load center distance.
2. Load center distance: refers to the specified distance from the center of gravity of the cargo to the front end of the vertical section of the fork.
National regulations: Q (representing the weight) is 400mm at 1t; 500mm when 1 ?? Q < 5; 600mm when 5 ?? Q ?? 10; 900mm when 12 ?? Q ?? 18; 1250mm when 20 ?? Q ?? 42
3. Maximum lifting height: refers to the maximum height that the fork can be lifted when the forklift is placed on a horizontal solid ground, and the gantry is placed vertically and subjected to the rated lifting weight–the vertical distance from the plane to the ground.
4. Free lifting height: refers to the maximum height of the fork that can be separated from the ground when the height of the gantry is constant.
5. Minimum turning radius: refers to the distance from the outermost side of the car body when the steering wheel of the forklift is turned to the limit position and the turning motion is made at the lowest stable speed.
6. Gantry inclination: refers to the maximum angle at which the unloaded forklift can swing forward or backward from its vertical position.
7. Wheelbase: The vertical distance from the center of the front axle to the center of the rear axle.