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How to use the electric forklift

Date: 2020-05-13 View:

 How to use the electric forklift

Electric forklifts store energy through batteries and work with electric drives. They can be used for stacking, loading and unloading and handling of goods in warehousing, machinery, chemicals, textiles, printing, logistics and other industries. The characteristics of environmental protection and pollution-free are more and more User welcome. So do you know how to use an electric forklift?

The use of electric forklifts can reduce our labor burden, but if we use them improperly, it will also bring us personal and property losses. Before starting the electric forklift, it is necessary to check whether all parts are in good condition, and check the performance of all operating elements and safety devices. The mobile forklift can only use the current generated by the battery, and must not use the rectified alternating current to avoid damage to the electronic components. Before moving the forklift, always check that the brakes and batteries are fully charged.

Open the electric lock, move the control rudder to its motion position, slowly turn the accelerator, and move to the corresponding working area. Turn the accelerator forward to drive the truck forward, turn the accelerator backward to drive backward, and return the accelerator to the neutral position to stop.

Start, stop or change movements slowly, as sudden movements can be dangerous. When the electric forklift travels, the load should be in a low position, the height of the fork from the ground should not exceed 300mm, and the narrow passage or curved road should be slowed down.

The operation methods of various electric forklifts are basically the same, but due to the differences in models and structures, they also have their own characteristics. During operation, the amount and weight of manipulation must be adjusted in accordance with the correct operating specifications and sequence of operations, and repeated operation experience is required to achieve proficiency and accuracy to ensure safety.