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Nissan Order Picker Forklift

Nissan Order Picker Forklift

The order pickers manufactured by Nissan are based on a modular design in order to offer owners and operators the most cost-effective solutions to the widest range of demands within the warehousing industry. A few of the options include tiller arm or wheel steering, fixed and rising driver platforms and low and high fork options.

To be able to attain extreme output, you operator requires a durable and reliable machinery capable of raising nearly 15 tons in a single shift. The Nissan line of order pickers have been carefully engineered with the requirements of the operator in mind. They provide the best safety features to increase performance and create a comfortable and efficient working environment. These machines function at both low and medium levels with long forks to greatly enhance workflow by handling up to 3 pallets or 2 roll cages at a time. The operator platform rises roughly 95 cm in less than 2.5 seconds to enable for quick access to picking positions.

At high levels, the lift speed is fast and there is easy access to the forks from the cab and the picking position. AC power guarantees instance response to the operator's slightest command. Also, each braking movement really helps to recharge the battery for a much longer shift. More uptime means more output. All order pickers made by Nissan enjoy easy battery changes and on-board fault diagnostics. These design features really contribute to the equipment's increased uptime.

At all levels, ergonomic design has been applied. Low and medium levels for instance have chosen the steering options which are best for your business. The power assisted wheel provides precise and effortless control. During applications where the operator walks beside the truck, the tiller arm option might be the right choice. In this position, the brake is applied each and every time the arm is raised vertically. Once raised, it provides the operator with ample space to stand on the truck.

The "side drive" option will enable operators the chance to walk alongside the machinery and to control the truck from either side, whenever picking positions that are close together. The operator could achieve this "straight line" application so as to guarantee precise forward and backward travel. At both low and medium level, the step height is only several centimeters from the ground for easy access. Furthermore, the rising platform options enable an easy "walk around" space.

Cab access is quick and easy at a high level. What's more, the floor has added cushioning for better operator comfort. Additionally, the controls help guarantee maximum output and are carefully situated for simple operation.

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