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Frame
The lift truck frame needs to be built and engineered in order to handle the huge stress that a forklift endures in its typical working life. Yale frames provide optimal rigidity and strength for a long life. They offer maximum protection to all truck components.

Every component of a Yale frame has gone through computer application testing and major laboratory testing in order to achieve the highest level of durability to be able to meet and surpass their customer's expectations.

Unitized Design
The design of the models offer welded steel construction for better rigidity and internal component protection. Overall these frames provide for an exceptionally strong product. This design makes the forklift a powerful and strong machinery.

Finite Element Analysis
For remarkable strength and durability, the finite element analysis is used for testing. Utilizing the best materials available helps to make the best products in the long run.

Motors
The industrial applications are tough and have to rely on industrial grade forklifts so that you can add productive value. The equipment should function at tough performance levels, often in harsh environments. They must be able to work at maximum uptime. Moreover, these machinery preferably need to depend upon minimum cost to function.

All Yale forklifts and lift trucks utilize Industrial Grade Critical Components to provide excellent productive value and economic life. These are the differences customers have come to rely upon.

The electric motors make sure that the lift truck lifts and travels at the needed speed for maximum throughput and production. AC Motors significantly reduce maintenance costs as they operate without brushes. The motors are insulated with Class H insulation for better heat resistance. In addition, steering motor functionality is integrated into the hydraulic motor which increases reliability and simplifies the system.

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