Reach truck can carry up to two tons

June 1, 2005
Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks has introduced its new generation of reach trucks, the ESR15N-Generation electric 24V reach truck, featuring alternating current

Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks has introduced its new generation of reach trucks, the ESR15N-Generation electric 24V reach truck, featuring alternating current (AC) traction, a heavy-duty mast with its pantograph design, and ergonomic operator control handle.

Configurations for the forklift truck include: single reach, deep reach, and straddle chassis with capacities ranging from 2,500 to 4,000 pounds.

The AC traction provides the advantage of rapid acceleration, precise speed control and handling, and smooth directional changes ensuring efficient load handling. To help reduce operator fatigue, the truck includes low-effort steering for precise control and multifunctional control handle with a rounded palm rest that allows operators to work up to three functions simultaneously.

Hydraulic mast and pantograph cushioning, shim-adjustable canted mast rollers, and heavy interlocking mast rails come standard on every Mitsubishi reach truck mast. The hydraulic system combines competitive lift speeds and precise fork height selection, integrating hydraulic cushioning into both the reach/retract and mast staging functions.
Mitsubishi | 888-MIT-LIFT

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