# How high does a 3 stage forklift go?

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Most Container masted forklifts are also 3 stage masts. They achieve lift heights of up to 4.7 meters in a standard forklift and up to 5.0 meters in a compact and some electric counterbalance units.

## What is maximum fork height?

Maximum fork height is the distance from the ground to the lifting surface of the forks with the mast fully lifted. A common height is 188 inches or 15’8”. While many fork heights are available, this mast is about as high as you can have and still work in a typical semi-trailer.

## How high does a quad mast forklift go?

All models include 48″ length forks, and longer forks are available upon request. This dual fuel forklift has a maximum lift capacity of 6,000 lbs. and a maximum lift height of 241”.

## What are the 7 classes of forklifts?

HOW MANY CLASSES OF FORKLIFTS ARE THERE?

• Class I. Electric Motor Rider Trucks.
• Class II. Electric Motor Narrow Aisle Trucks.
• Class III. Electric Motor Hand or Hand/Rider Trucks.
• Class IV. Internal Combustion Engine Trucks. …
• Class V. Internal Combustion Engine Trucks. …
• Class VI. …
• Class VII.

## What is the maximum weight a forklift can carry?

Forklift capacities range from about 3,000 lbs up to more than 70,000+ lbs. You can find the rated capacity of a forklift on its data plate. OSHA requires “only loads within the rated capacity of a truck shall be handled.” It’s easy to think the rated capacity is the same as maximum capacity, but it’s not that simple.

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## How is forklift capacity calculated?

A couple of simple calculations are all that’s necessary:

1. Divide the load center as stated on the data plate by the actual load center (in the example above, that would be 24/36=. 6666).
2. Multiply this result by the rated load capacity (4000X. 6666=2666.6).