Uses of Forklift Trucks And Backhoe Loaders

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Forklift trucks and backhoe loaders are two essential pieces of equipment commonly works in various industries and construction sites for different purposes. Forklift trucks mainly found their uses in material handling and lifting operations.  

Forklifts are highly versatile and can be used in warehouses, distribution centres, manufacturing facilities, and construction sites. They move pallets, containers, and other materials efficiently and safely. 

Backhoe loaders can perform various tasks such as digging, trenching, loading, and lifting. The loader bucket at the front can scoop and transport materials, while the excavator arm at the back can dig trenches or foundations. Moreover, Backhoe loaders are versatile and compact, making them suitable for jobs that require both digging and loading capabilities.

CAT 424

CAT 424

CAT 424 is a Backhoe Loader with a Maximum lift capacity of 3540 Kg, which can lift heavier loads. It has a Loader Bucket capacity of 1 Cum and a Backhoe Bucket Capacity of 2 Cum. The Loader can reach a maximum of 2735MM at full height. The Maximum Operating Weight of 8045 Kg makes it a powerful Heavy Equipment.

GODREJ G 800D

GODREJ G 800D

The GODREJ G 800D walkie stacker forklift has an impressive lifting load capacity of 8000 Kg. It means it can easily handle heavy loads. The lift height of the forklift is 6100 meters. It allows it to reach high racks and shelves for stacking or retrieving materials. The length of the face of the forks is 600 mm. It indicates the distance between the front of the forklift and the forks. 

The turning radius of the GODREJ G 800D walkie stacker forklift is 4800 mm for a full 360-degree turn.

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