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Nissan Propane Forklifts

Nissan Propane Forklifts

There are 2 main lift truck fuel varieties and types which are mainly used within the marketplace: electric lift trucks and internal combustion or IC forklifts.

Typically, electric forklifts are utilized away from the elements within indoor applications. These units are easier to operate in a tight warehouse space. They produce no emissions that need to be vented or collected and are much quieter to operate.

The internal combustion lift truck however are superior in outdoor applications and are most common on external loading docks or on construction sites. These units come with a less upfront cost. Additionally, internal combustion forklifts are faster to refuel compared to the electric models, because their internal batteries require a few hours of recharging time.

If your business does choose an IC model, the next decision that is often faced is the fuel type that you would use to power your equipment. There are several newer hybrid units on the market, but the most common types of fuel are propane, diesel or gasoline lift trucks.

When in the decision process to find the best lift truck for your company, examining the pros and cons of each type of machinery is a great idea. For instance, would a propane lift be best for your specific company or application? Take time to read on to be able to find out more.

The immense flexibility of the propane lift truck is among their best advantages. They are the fastest and easiest units to refill that is a great thing to take into consideration because it significantly minimizes downtime on your warehouse floor. For instance, diesel forklifts need a pump system and an on-site storage tank and electric lifts require hours to recharge. Conversely, propane cylinders need no cranes or lift to handle them and are fairly quick to swap out.

The ongoing costs of a propane forklift can be its biggest disadvantage. The repair expenses and regular maintenance would be more frequent with these models than diesel or gasoline lift trucks. Furthermore, fuel expenses are usually higher on propane units than diesel or gas. It is vital to consider the fact that fuel expenses can greatly vary from place to place.

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