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Heavy Duty Diesel Forklift Truck 12-13.5MT
Heavy Duty Diesel Forklift Truck 12-13.5MT Product Features:
Drivelines: Cummins 6.7 engine or FAWDE(Wuxi diesel) engine meeting national level 3 (EU3) emission standard is assembled on the truck. This model possesses strong drive power and good weather-resistance.
Transmission: The model is assembled with originally designed Heli transmission with a market inventory of 5000, which is safe and reliable, and easy to maintain.
Drive axle: The truck is assembled with axle with wet disc (caliper disc )brakes specially designed for heavy trucks, stable and reliable braking, have a good using the performance ,performance and price rate
Hydraulic system: Hydraulic system with high efficiency and fuel economy is assembled on the truck. Advanced techniques such as load sensing, dual pump converging are applied to save energy and reduce the cost.
Brake system: Air-over-oil wet disk brakes(caliper disc) is reliable and easy to maintain.
High strength structure components: Heavy-duty box-type chassis is reliable. The design perfectly meets the requirement of paper, rental and stone industry, which need our forklifts work in heavy-load, long-time, and large-mast-tilt conditions
Heavy Duty Diesel Forklift Truck 12-13.5MT Technical Parameters:
Model Units CPCD120-WX-09III CPCD135-WX-06III
Load center Mm 900 600
Lifting capacity kg 12000 13500
Lifting height mm 3000
Lifting speed (at rated load) mm/s 350
Lowering speed ( unloaded) mm/s 300-600
Mast tilt (forward/backward) Grad 6/12
Engine Cummins/ FAWDE (Wuxi diesel)
Dimensions Overall length(with fork) mm 4600(6420) 4600(5970)
Overall width mm 2520
Mast height (retracted) mm 3215
ATTACK GLOBAL (HK) Co.,Ltd. is a professional articulated forklift manufacturer specializing in material handling machinery for more than 10 years. We produce and supply electric reach truck for sale, multi lift fork trucks, etc. Want to know hand pallet truck price list or more, contact us.
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