Most normally, IC or internal combustion lift trucks are utilized for indoor operations like: manufacturing, trucking, warehousing and bottling, among other things. These units ride on cushion tires that are solid rubber tires. The Internal Combustion forklift models could run either by diesel, LPG or Liquid Petroleum Gas or Dual fuel. The dual fuel units function with both gasoline and LPG. These machines could operate on either fuel but not simultaneously. IC or Internal Combustion engines are Class 4 forklifts. The engine can power all functions of the truck, the hydraulics and truck.
Nissan's forklift Platinum II models and the GO4 Series have lifting capacities from 3000 to 11,000 pounds. They come in models powered by LPG/gasoline or LPG or dual-fuel engines. The CARB certification on these specific engines allows the forklifts to produce low emissions and gives them the confidence to help protect the environment. The environmental certifications like CARB, help employers provide their workers cleaner and therefore safer working atmosphere.
The fuel management systems provided by Nissan, the LP/Gas combinations, provide optimum engine operation to decrease exhaust emissions and provide fantastic fuel economy at the same time. Each and every Platinum II fork truck is standard equipped with their compressive engine protection system in place to warn operators in the event of a severe drop in oil pressure or excessive heat. This system helps to extend your engine and drive train life to help keep your lift truck investment working at its optimum ability.
The dual fuel units are making a splash within the business as many companies are trying to be as "green" as possible and as environmentally efficient and friendly as they can. It's also a good idea to lease the equipment for a while to see if you like the way it handles before purchasing one. There are numerous choices in the industry nowadays and with some research, you could select the best unit for your particular use.