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Linde Roadster gets fuel cell

Wednesday, 9 Jan 2019 ( #905 ) - Aschaffenburg, Germany
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Linde adds fuel cells to its Roadster
Linde Material Handling has added a new power option to its Roadster, the first forklift to eliminate the A-pillar.

Markus Weinberger, international product manager - energy solutions at Linde Material Handling, claims that Linde offers the "largest range of fuel cell-powered industrial trucks on the market".

"Around 80% of our models can be ordered with this promising energy option. These include pallet trucks, tow tractors and reach trucks as well as counterbalance trucks, including the Roadster model."

He stresses that one advantage of the hydrogen cells is an absence of harmful emissions during operation. Furthermore, a complete filling process takes just three minutes.

Weinberger also stresses the return on investment: "Our investigations and practical tests prove that fuel cell systems can become economical with a fleet of around 20 vehicles plus."
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