The turret truck A series from Linde Material Handling delivers a high throughput rate in particular narrow aisles. This is achieved by a modern operation that, even at mast raised lift heights, can achieve high-speed lifting and operating. In addition, the forklift truck can accelerate and lift at the same time.
Just as beneficial are the large residual load capacity and various camera and assistance systems. These assist with things such as navigation in the warehouse, accident prevention or rapid handling at great heights. The very narrow aisle turret truck A series is of modular construction. Customers can choose from different engines, batteries, lift masts, chassis and many other features to meet their individual operating requirements.
Series 5224Linde A Very Narrow Aisle (VNA) Electric Forklift
Overall, the A series turret trucks are robust and durable technology achieves reduced service and lifecycle costs.
The combination of the fork camera and crossline laser makes load handling much easier. The crossline laser helps to target the pallet and to pick it up precisely, and the fork camera provides optimum visibility for storage and retrieval at high rack levels.
The assistance system uses barcodes or RFID tags in the aisle to detect uneven floor surfaces, as well as obstacles on the racks or on the ceiling, and restricts truck functions such as operating and lifting speed, lift height or forks extension at these specific locations.
The system provides improved throughput rates and increased safety. The LSC Standard basic version informs the operator of the residual load capacity depending upon the lift height. Other LSC versions automatically adapt the operating, lifting and auxiliary movements to the actual weight of the load being transported and the lift height.
This system combines all LSC functions and adds intelligent load stabilisation. When storing or retrieving loads, the system adjusts reach according to the current load weight and eliminates lateral mast oscillations. This enables loads to be moved faster and reduces the risk of damage to loads and racks.
How and by whom are the individual forklift trucks used? What does the forklift truck usage data look like, and is each one roadworthy? Using a combination of software and hardware, the connect fleet management system provides all the answers.
The Linde BlueSpot™ is an optical warning solution that emits a light signal to indicate that the truck is approaching.