Speed: Mitsubishi's new FG25N model forklift comes with a 2.1 L engine that is capable of outperforming other competitors units with 5,000 lbs. capacity. It is available with a 3.0 L engine that is optional. The FG25N provides better lifting and lowering speeds compared to its rival. It provides a slight edge regarding acceleration compared to its competition and has better fuel economy.
Fuel Economy: The Mitsubishi forklift trucks always used less fuel per hour compared to similarly sized Nissan, Toyota and Hyster units on a European testing field. To illustrate this point, the FG25N used approximately 1 lb. less per hour compared to the Hyster truck. This amount of fuel can add up to thousands of dollars over the lifetime of the truck.
Mitsubishi's electric lift truck trucks using alternating current or AC use thermal efficiencies and a lot of the other new technologies to produce high efficiency ratings. These are amongst the features which make these units so popular.
Visibility: The designers at Mitsubishi produce their diesel lift trucks while taking into consideration the opening between the mast channels and the free lift assembly. Compared to rival models, these features result in a wider free space and narrow lift cylinder between the masts on all brand new forklift trucks. This design helps to lessen operator exhaustion and improves visibility.
Operator Comfort: On the Mitsubishi forklift trucks, the newly designed operator restraint system is made from steel-wrapped hip restraints with a foam material. This particular design provides more strength and comfort compared to rivals' models. The machinery have seat belts which feature a comfort stretch elastic strap to facilitate utilizing the forklift in reverse. The hydraulic levers which take much less energy to operate and the small maneuverable steering wheel help to lessen operator exhaustion and contribute to greater overall comfort.
The staff at Mitsubishi could show you comparisons to the competition and all of the competitive data of these factors. The salespeople can discuss the overhead guards, the sideshifter designs and the drive axle strength. They would be glad to answer any other questions or concerns you have and discuss maintenance intervals so as to help educate clients to make a good choice.