Jun. 06, 2021
Hyster-Yale Group, Greenville, N.C., has confirmed the uninterrupted production and EPA emissions certification of internal combustion engine (ICE)-powered Hyster and Yale brand lift trucks. With lift truck power systems subject to strict emissions standards for internal combustion engines and demand for electric options continuing to grow, the company is positioned with a secure, emissions-compliant engine supply and electric options for a growing range of equipment, the company says. The full complement of ICE-powered Yale and Hyster lift trucks are ready to be quoted, ordered and deployed to help keep supply chains moving.
The company’s latest electric lift truck products combine performance comparable to traditional ICE power with the reduced emissions and cost benefits of lithium-ion battery power that is not just a retrofit, but integrated from the factory. The Yale ERC050-060VGL is designed from the ground up around the form factor of a lithium-ion battery pack, not only bringing the green benefits of electric power to the 5,000 to 6,000-lb. capacity range, but enabling easier ingress and egress, additional space in the operator compartment and more indoor and outdoor warehousing applications, the company says.
The Hyster J230-360XD and J360XD36-48 brings lithium-ion power to heavy-duty industries like lumber and steel with a lifting capacity of up to 36,000 lbs.
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