Standard forklifts generally measure between 4 to 7 ft wide and 8 to 10 ft long. Outdoor or rough terrain forklifts can be greater than 10 ft in length. Narrow aisle forklifts like walkie stackers and side loaders can measure less than 5 ft.
How wide is a Toyota forklift?
|Free lift||6.2 in (16 cm)|
|Overall Width||3.8 ft (1 m)|
|Right Angle Stack||8.9 ft (3 m)|
|Turning Radius||7.3 ft (2 m)|
|Wheelbase||5.5 ft (2 m)|
What is a Class 2 forklift?
Class II forklifts are electric, narrow aisle models. As the name suggests, Class II forklifts are designed with maneuverability that allows them to operate in tight spaces and narrow aisles.
How much can a 10K forklift lift?
10K Industrial Forklift Diesel. Industrial warehouse forklifts are ideal for unloading palletized and crated material from trucks for warehouses, convention services, and industrial applications. This dual fuel forklift has a maximum lift capacity of 10,000 lbs. and a maximum lift height of 187”.
What is the weight of a Toyota forklift?
7 Example Forklift Weights
|Forklift Model||Average Weight|
|Toyota 8FGCU25||8,000 pounds (3,628 kg)|
|CAT C5000||8,110 pounds (3,678 kg)|
|Clark CMP25||8,254 pounds (3,744 kg)|
|Yale GLC050||9,016 pounds (4,089 kg)|
What is the minimum aisle width for a warehouse?
If you have a wide aisle forklift (a sit-down counterbalanced truck), generally your aisles should be 12-13 feet wide for standard 48 inch pallets. If you have narrow aisle trucks, the aisles should be 8-10 feet wide, and for very narrow aisle trucks they can be 6 feet or less.
How often should operators inspect their forklift?
Federal OSHA requires that forklift vehicles have to be inspected at least daily, or after each shift when used around the clock. You will find this requirement in the Powered Industrial Truck standard at 1910.178(q)(7).