UFS reach trucks can perform with 4-way action, enabling these units to be operated in any direction with complete accuracy. Normally, these narrow aisle lift trucks are utilized for stacking of normal, long or wide loads up to 9700 mm, loading and unloading from ground level and internal transfer.
These specific models could accommodate cargo of 2.5 ton in narrow aisle applications, in addition to wide load jobs as well. These features allow the lift truck to maximize storage space utilization and would accommodate every kind of pallet, like closed versions. The space efficiency of this unit is extenuated because of its extended mast option.
Like the majority of reach trucks available on the market, the maintenance costs are fairly low. Most of the parts are easily accessible across the range and basic.
CAN Bus technology is used in the truck's BITE or Built In Test Equipment. This special feature provides monitoring and self-diagnosis. The truck's LCD screen offers accurate fault information to showcase improved maintenance and repair times. This enables the operator to enjoy greater up-time and lower costs overall.
The URF narrow aisle truck is very advanced outfitted with swivel-reach. These forks turn horizontally 180 degrees, which allows for front and side of the aisle stacking. This truck is able to be used with wire guided operation within aisles as narrow as 1.5 meters or in free-ranging operations all around the warehouse. The method this forklift has been made allows optimum warehouse space use and the overall operation is simpler and faster compared to man-up operations. The mini steering wheel, fully adjustable fingertip and seat controls together with power steering option and the "floating" arm rest, all contribute to comfortable and productive operation. Statistics show that the more comfortable and happy the operator is the higher level of productivity.
The rotating forks on the URF unit can be used for both aisle and warehouse handling operations. This model is best suited for aisle-ways which are only 300 mm wider than the transported load. In addition, the Autostop additional safety feature automatically stops the truck at the end of the aisles. Data terminals and ancillary equipment are easily incorporated. The video-view applications enable the operator to maintain the "man-down" position for simple truck access while visually inspecting the load at every stage of the handling procedure.