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AVOID COSTLY ACCIDENTS – THE IMPORTANCE OF FORKLIFT INSPECTIONS

AVOID COSTLY ACCIDENTS - THE IMPORTANCE OF FORKLIFT INSPECTION REPLACING WORN - OUT FORKLIFT FORKS Waiting too long to replace worn-out forklift forks will eventually lead to a dropped load and damaged product, and that’s the best-case scenario. A snapped or bent fork can also cause deadly accidents. Since forklift truck accidents consistently rank as…
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HYDRAULIC OIL FOR FORKLIFTS 101

Forklift trucks, whether powered by propane, diesel, or battery, share one commonly overlooked maintenance requirement. That is the requirement to monitor hydraulic oil levels, hydraulic oil filters and hydraulic oil condition. Think about it The hydraulic components drive the primary function of the forklift. Forklifts vary as to the power source, be it an internal…
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Do you Know the ANSI? We do!

OSHA and ANSI regulations, outlining the safety requirements for proper vehicle lift operation, inspection and maintenance, require that a “qualified lift inspector” inspects every lift at least once a year. Translation; Any equipment in your fleet that includes “man up” or “mounted” equipment including order pickers, aerial lifts, scissor lifts and bucket trucks, requires American…
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Tips for Buying a Forklift That Is Right for the Job

Buying a forklift is a big decision. You want to take the time to ensure you are buying a forklift that will get the job done for your business, and be able to grow with your business. All you have to do to learn what can happen if you choose the wrong forklift is to…
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