The H100 – H180 internal combustion diesel forklift truck can transport even the heaviest of loads precisely, swiftly, and cost-effectively, securing a competitive advantage in terms of handling performance.
All this is made possible by Linde's hydrostatic drive, which allows heavy trucks to be moved with millimeter precision. The driver can quickly and smoothly shift between backward and forward movement, while modern diesel engines guarantee high torque and low fuel consumption.
Series 1401Linde H100 - H180 Engine Forklift
When developing this heavy load truck, our goal was to create an ergonomic workspace.
Power on demand is the underlying principle of the H100 – H180 D IC trucks.
Multiple pallet handlers, clamps, rotators, carrying prongs and much more are all available.
The range covers mechanical and hydraulic fork carriages, models with additional end position lateral lifts, tiltable, shaft-guided fork carriages, and everything in between.
This fork carriage can be equipped with up to six hydraulic circuits, making an incredibly wide range of carrying and fork operations possible. Lateral movement of the entire fork carriage, even when both forks are positioned externally, individual movement of specific forks, and much more.
The entire cab can be rotated up to 65 degrees clockwise and 180 degrees anticlockwise. This ensures that the operator always has an optimal view of the load and the travel route in any application and without adopting an unhealthy position. The cab can be rotated either continuously using the joystick or to preset positions using four buttons.
The operator's cab can be raised to any height up to 2.5 meters. This gives the operator a better view of the load and their working environment, allowing them to transport goods more safely. Travel speed is automatically decreased when the cab is raised.
The current load as detected by the sensors is displayed on the truck's 7" colour display which is included as standard.
Sensors monitor the area to the rear of the truck while reversing, alerting the operator to any moving or stationary obstacles via an optical and acoustic signal. The range for the warning system can be adjusted.
Trucks in this product line feature an electric auxiliary heater, which can be self-contained or powered by the diesel engine.