Yale announces new elevated operator version of its Veracitor VX 2.0 to 5.5 t truck

Yale announces new elevated operator version of its Veracitor VX 2.0 to 5.5 t truck
Saturday, September 20, 2008Description :
The elevated operator module of this forklift designed for specific applications allows safer and more productive handling of double height pallets or higher loads.

The "elevated operator" version of the Veracitor VX is available in three configurations in the range of 2.0 to 5.5 tons.

A raised position of the operator brings certain advantages for the handling of wood, paper or agri-food products, where the volumes of load are important.

The elevated operator module provides excellent forward-facing visibility of the load for forward travel, as well as improved panoramic visibility when using accessories and when maneuvering in tight spaces. Raised cab does not mean decreased capacity in terms of load.

Ergonomics is an essential aspect of improving productivity. Operators driving the Veracitor VX Yale truck appreciate this elevated driving position of the elevated operator module. It is easy to climb in the trolley thanks to the evenly spaced running boards, which offer enough space even for the biggest work shoes.

Additional handles allow easy up and down on the left side of the truck and good forward visibility through the mast and any mounted attachment are all contributing to the improvement Safety.

The elevated operator module allows a wide range of applications, with a choice of mast and accessories designed for load handling and optimum front load visibility. The loads handled with this trolley are usually from 1300 to 2500 mm.

While the "elevated operator" version of the Veracitor VX Yale trolley is very commonly used in agri-food and retail applications, it is also commonly used for the handling of paper, wood, plastic And automotive parts.

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