Optional Accessories for Your Forklift
Audible Devices - Motion or back-Up Alarms:
The audible devices such as motion alarms or back-up alarms generate sound which has to be really loud to be heard above the noise which the forklift creates in the operating area.
The sound has to be readily distinguishable from other audible devices or sounds within the work setting. Sound should be readily distinguishable from other noise or audible devices in the work area. The audible device can end up contributing to OSHA noise limitation and to employee noise exposure; therefore, care needs to be taken.
Hearing protection makes it harder to hear the audible device and to determine what direction and distance it is coming from. Audible devices could occasionally get deactivated from both operators and workers because they could find them irritating. What's more, audible devices may also be objectionable to nearby residents.
Additional Operator & Application Options:
Enclosed Operator Cabs: Operator enclosed cabs help to protect the operator from the elements. They use tempered glass so as to prevent injuries. Moreover, these cabs feature an emergency exit via removing the window. The levels of noise are lessened at the operator's ear due to additional sound proofing.
Operator Selectable Performance Modes: The operator could choose the performance requirement for the specific use. In addition, it allows a supervisor to set the utmost performance of a unit for an operator who is just beginning to learn. Being able to adjust and lessen the model's utmost performance enables a new operator to learn the machine's operating characteristics in a controlled environment.
Impact Monitor: The impact monitor deactivates the model and when this happens, it needs a supervisor to activate and override the model. This encourages the operator to be sure to manage the machinery in a more controlled way.
Dual Rear View and Panoramic Mirrors: These particular mirrors help to assist the operator in observing the operating space behind the vehicle, and their tail swing area.