LINDE Forklifts - A Leader for 150 Years
From 1929 to 2007 when their 500,000th forklift came off the production line, Linde has been known as a leader in producing forklifts with excellent maneuverability, energy efficiency, and ergonomics to reduce driver fatigue, and lower service costs.
Service costs on a Linde forklift
are less for several reasons. An unrivalled quality standard, parts that are covered or capsulated to prevent damage from weather, no parts are located under the battery and a pivoting seat system to provide easy access to parts. Lined also has diagnostic software and 220 dealers in the United States.
Which LINDE Forklift Truck will meet your needs?
Class I, Combustion Engine lifts, includes the models H16D, H18D and the H200D. They have a weight capacity of 3,000 to 4,000 pounds and a maximum RPM of 2,100 with a speed of 7 MPH attained at an RPM of 1,050. They also boast decreased maintenance with no-friction brakes and no greasing of the tilt cylinder or mast mounting required. Maneuverability is excellent for increased production.Class II
forklift trucks, Very Narrow Aisle Electric models; include the H25Dt, H30DT and the H35DT. Weight capacity is 2,200 to 3,300 pounds for the K-modular 10, 13 and 15. For heavier weight capacity, look at the models R14, 16, 16N, 16HD, R20, R20N or R20W which have a weight capacity of 3,000 to 4,500 pounds.
Class IV forklifts are Combustion Engine Counterbalanced with Cushion Tires. The load capacity is 22,000 to 40,000 pounds and they have easy access servicing.
Class V is Combustible Engine Counterbalanced with Pneumatic Tires. Their hydrostatic drives make them unchallenged in performance and reliability. Transmission oil/filter change is not required, nor is greasing of the tilt cylinder or mast mounting. Weight capacity is between 13,000 and 17,500.
Class VI forklifts are side loaders. Four models are available with a weight capacity ranging from 6,000 to 13,000 pounds.