Clark relaunches low-lift truck series

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- 22 Sep 2022 ( #1095 ) - Duisburg, Germany
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Clark's new PPXS20
Clark's new PPXS20

Clark has given its low-lift trucks with folding operator platform a facelift and combined all model variants under the name PPXS20. 

The series consists of three model variants with a load capacity of 2,000 kg. The PPXS20 with lead-acid battery (375 Ah) in the 12 km/h version is suitable for long transport routes where high speed is important. For shorter distances, a version with a maximum speed of 8 km/h is available as an alternative. For the model variants with lead-acid battery, different battery capacities are available according to customer requirements. Depending on the application, a battery with 24 volts and 225, 250 or 375 Ah is available. 

For intensive applications, such as multi-shift operation where the focus is on high availability, the PPXS20 is also available with a lithium-ion battery (205 Ah). The Li-Ion battery can be easily recharged without limiting the service life. The battery can be recharged at any 230 volt socket. In only 10 minutes, 7% of the battery capacity can be recharged.

An operator platform with side guards is standard equipment on the PPXS20. Like the side guards, the platform can be folded away manually (pedestrian operation). Together with the standard power steering, this ensures that the vehicles can also be used in space-critical work areas without any problems. 

All controls and functions for lifting, lowering and driving are positioned within easy reach in the ergonomic tiller, which can be operated equally by right-handed and left-handed operators. The vehicle brakes automatically when the driver releases the tiller. At the same time, in the event of a malfunction, it displays error codes to assist the mechanic in troubleshooting.

The automatic speed reduction when cornering ensures a high level of safety. 

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The world's oldest known wild bird, a Laysan albatross, turned 70 last year. Scientists found the bird in 1956 and estimated it was 5 years old, just reaching sexual maturity. They named it Wisdom and attached its first red identifying ankle band. At 70 years of age, Wisdom hatched another chick and is believed to have hatched more than 30 chicks over the course of her lifetime.