Yale Cushion Tire Trucks
The IC engine cushion model lift trucks designed by Yale are made and designed to suit the requirements of specific applications and industries. The GM in-line 2.4L and 4.3L engines, together with the Mazda 2.2L and 2.0L in-line 4 cylinder engines are really efficient, durable and powerful engines. Their design has been specially made and proven for utmost reliability and performance.
Yale Hi-Vis masts provide unsurpassed visibility and excellent construction due to their innovative design and construction. Each and every component has been engineered for fantastic performance and extended, low-maintenance life. These models are extremely well designed to be a leader within the business.
Outriggers and Frame
To be able to efficiently and safely handle the possible stress which it endures during its complete working life, the outriggers and lift truck frame has to be able to withstand harsh environments. The frames made by Yale provide maximum protection to all of the lift truck components. Furthermore, they support the machine and give it optimal strength and a long life.
In order to make certain that their machinery meet the needs and expectations of their clients, Yale frames have been subject to extensive laboratory, computer and application testing. For extra capacity and support, outriggers are welded directly to the frame. These main components have to be able to effectively handle the stresses of the most throughput reach truck situation.
Yale trucks have built into every new equipment their "Best-in-class" ergonomics, that offers excellent visibility, superior comfort, low effort operation and amazing operator comfort. These really essential features all add up to help operators keep up their production levels during their shift and enable operators to work more effectively.
Yale engineers particularly concentrated on a spacious and ergonomically designed operator's compartment. Yale's electric steering further enhances the productivity of the units. This feature provides more accurate steering control with less steering effort and further enhances productivity. Having an ergonomically friendly design is essential in order to enable operators to remain as productive as possible during the shift.