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