Yale Cushion Tire Trucks
The internal combustion engine cushion unit lift trucks designed by Yale are manufactured and engineered to suit the needs of specific applications and industries. 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 really durable, strong and efficient engines. Their design has been specially made and proven for utmost dependability and performance.
Due to their original design and construction, Yale's Hi-Vis masts provide excellent construction and unsurpassed visibility. Each component has been engineered for excellent performance and extended, low-maintenance life. These units are really well designed to be a top-player in the business.
Outriggers and Frame
In order to efficiently and safely handle the possible stress which it endures during its complete working life, the lift truck frame and outriggers has to be able to withstand extreme environments. The frames made by Yale offer maximum protection to all of the lift truck components. Furthermore, they support the machinery and give it optimal strength and a long life.
Each and every Yale frame has been subjected to extensive laboratory, application and computer testing to be able to make certain their equipment satisfy their customers' needs and expectations. For extra capacity and support, outriggers are welded directly to the frame. These major components must be able to successfully deal with the stresses of the most throughput reach truck condition.
Yale trucks have built into every new machine their "Best-in-class" ergonomics, which offers superior comfort, excellent visibility, low effort operation and amazing operator comfort. These vital features all add up to enable operators to work more efficiently and help operators keep up their productivity levels during their shift.
The engineers at Yale have focused extensively on the ergonomic design of the operator compartment. Additionally, the electric steering by Yale further enhances the production of the units. This feature offers more accurate steering control with minimal steering effort and further improves productivity. Having an ergonomically friendly design is crucial in order to enable operators to remain as productive as they can during the shift.