The narrow aisle lift truck has been made to function in narrow storage spaces by increasing the ratio between the space and the aisle width. Yale makes the single reach NR and double reach NDR models which are used for aisle widths between eight and ten feet. The Yale Narrow Aisle trucks provide a Quadra-Flexx Operator Compartment that has various stance and control handle configurations and use best-in-class ergonomics.
NR & NDR Productivity Enhancements
Quadra-Flexx Operator Compartment: To be able to meet a wider range of operations, there are many control handle configurations like the aft stance, the choice of fore, and the side-stance options.
AC Motor Technology: This technology provides powerful deceleration and acceleration as well as fast lifting speeds. It has been made for quick plugging so as to facilitate more responsive directional changes that combine to increase the amount of loads moved during a shift.
Mast & Reach Assembly: The trunion mounting and tapered roller bearings are part of the mast reach assembly. This increases the durability and rigidity of the mast; along with the reach assembly carriage that are reinforced for long life as well as the gusseted rear frame weldment.
Power Lowering: Yale provides industry leading lowering speeds and these uploaded speeds really enhance the overall throughput and production.
Regenerative Lowering: Though regenerative lowering could reduce battery changes per shift it also functions to maintain a lower oil operating temperature.
Electronic Steering: To greatly reduce energy, the electronic steering eliminates the need for hydraulic pumps. The operator can adjust the steering tiller and the technician could adjust the steer effort so as to decrease operator exhaustion. In the start-up process, drive tire centers automatically start.
Order Selectors: Order pickers are also called narrow aisle and very narrow aisle trucks. These equipment are designed for the manual handling of racked loads which are smaller than pallet size. These order selectors elevate both the load and the operator to its required height. This height could be in excess of 30 feet. Like the majority of turret trucks they are generally guided by wire or rail when utilized in very narrow aisle applications.