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Clark debuts electric four-wheel forklifts

Wednesday, 31 Jul 2019 ( #934 ) - Duisburg, Germany
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Clark's new EPX20i-32i
Clark has launched a new range of electric four-wheel forklift trucks to compete with IC rivals.

The new EPX20i-32i counterbalance trucks are available with load capacities from 2 to 3.2 T, and boast high ground clearance due to their larger front wheels. This is particularly advantageous for use on uneven floors, hall transitions or ramps.

The trucks have a low-maintenance 15 kW traction motor, powered by 48 v three-phase technology which ensures very good acceleration and high top speeds.

Clark claims the environmentally friendly and quiet electric motors equip the forklifts for use in mixed areas.

The trucks are available with super-elastic or pneumatic tyres, and standard equipment includes two protected headlights and combined rear lights with brake light and reversing lights. Numerous options ensure adaptation to individual use such as non-marking tyres, audible reverse alarm, fork adjustment or side shift, and a driver's seat with armrests and guards.
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