The frame of the lift truck needs to be built and engineered in order to deal with the huge stress that a lift truck endures during its normal working life. Yale frames provide optimal strength and rigidity for a long life. They offer maximum protection to all truck components.
Every part of a Yale frame has gone through computer application testing and major laboratory testing in order to achieve the highest level of durability in order to meet and exceed their client's expectations.
The unitized design from welded steel construction offers better rigidity overall and better internal component protection, providing in an excellently strong product. This design makes the lift truck a strong and powerful machine.
Finite Element Analysis
For amazing strength and durability, the finite element analysis is used for testing. Using the best available materials helps to make the best products in the long run.
In order to add productive value, industrial grade lift trucks need to be tough for use in industrial operations. The equipment are required to work at tough performance levels, normally in harsh environments. They have to be able to work at maximum uptime. Additionally, these machinery preferably must depend upon minimal cost to function.
Yale lift trucks are manufactured and engineered with Industrial Grade Critical Components, providing excellent productive value and economic life. These are the differences clients have come to rely upon.
For maximum throughput and efficiency, the electric motors ensure that the lift truck lifts and travels at the required speed. AC Motors significantly lessen maintenance costs because they work without brushes. The motors are insulated with Class H insulation for superior heat resistance. In addition, steering motor functionality is incorporated into the hydraulic motor which increases dependability and simplifies the system.