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  • Wireless Forklift Terminals that enable Real-time Work Instructions
    The adopted wireless LAN allows forklift operators to receive work instructions from the base station and give completion reports to it while in transit, significantly increasing the work efficiency. CONTEC A Focus on Quality. A Commitment to Our Environment. Global | - Region - Japan China
  • Forklifts now run on fuel cells and hydrogen
    of hydrogen-powered industrial vehicles. GM is using a pair of fuel-cell powered forklifts that rely on hydrogen for fuel at its Oshawa Car Assembly Plant. Greenville, N.C., is providing the forklifts. But
  • Automatic Inductive Guidance System for Forklifts uses CANopen
    of this application is safety for the driver and the vehicle through an automatic self-test of the guidance system. With a resolution of up to ±0.04", the inductive guidance system is the ideal high accuracy solution for forklifts operating within narrow aisles. Unlike systems with selective guide information
  • Towing Basics
    There are limits to what a forklift can do. Basically, it can only move one pallet or load at a time. If there is a lot of material to be moved some distance, there's a good economic casefor using more trolleys instead of more forklifts. In fact, a forklift can usually tow a trolley
  • Case Study: "Double Stack" Material Master Bulk Bag Conditioner (.pdf)
    with traditional means. Operators utilized baseball bats and forklifts in an effort to break up the material so it would discharge from the bulk bags, which created both a safety concern and an operational bottleneck. �� Material Handling Equipment & Integrated Systems. “Double Stack” Material
  • Advanced Energy
    Next time you see a gas-powered forklift or floor polisher, you might want to run for the nearest exit. At least that's how Advanced Energy's Bruce Davis sees it. The three anecdotal reports that follow are among several that have sensitized Davis to potential problems with indoor use
  • Wheel Molds
    . Problem: The part weights, and the reach-in to the press made handling difficult. The customer used special fixtures and a forklift truck to do the transfer. Rotation was accomplished by setting the mold down and rotating it by hand, before picking it up again with the forklift. In addition, the transfer
  • Going the extra mile for a foot
    , an employee had a forklift run over her foot. She was wearing steeltoed shoes at the time. Her foot was so badly mangled that it had to be amputated. There are other issues to be considered here, such as not having proper separation between pedestrians and forklifts, but that is for another column

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