The Power to Choose range consisting of Linde and Baoli electric counterbalanced forklifts is built on advanced technology providing optimal use of energy through high-efficiency driving and lifting performance.
With lift heights up to 8000mm and lift capacities from 1.0 - 8.0 tonnes, there’s a Linde electric counterbalanced forklift suited for your application. Get ready to lift your stacking productivity with shorter cycle times and reduced operator fatigue.
Whether you’re looking to make the switch to electric, add an electric forklift to your fleet, or if it’s your business’s first choice, there are a lot of considerations when it comes to choosing an electric truck.
Read some of our frequently asked questions about electric forklifts, and if you can’t see the answer to your question, Contact us today to learn more.
An electric forklift is a lead-acid or Lithium-ION battery-operated forklift that offers high-efficiency driving and lifting performance. An IC forklift, on the other hand, is an engine-operated forklift that uses fuel, usually LPG or diesel.Typically, an IC truck is cheaper than an electric equivalent and is better suited for heavy duty applications. However, ongoing running costs of an electric truck could offset this cost difference, and the Linde X-series is the first electric forklift whose performance and robustness make it a genuine alternative to the IC alternative.
The lift capacity for an electric forklift can vary depending on the model, usually ranging from 1.0 to 8.0 tonnes.
The Linde electric heavy truck models, however, can lift up to a massive 18.0 tonnes.
The battery life of an electric forklift varies depending on the application and usage. Generally, the battery life can last from several hours to an entire shift. Factors that affect the battery life include the weight being lifted and the operating environment.
Electric forklifts can use either lead-acid or Lithium-ION batteries as their source of energy.
Yes, an electric forklift can be used both indoors and outside.