Forklift trucks and warehouse trucks from Linde Material Handling are fitted with numerous features which increase both active and passive safety in the warehouse, thus preventing forklift accidents. See below for an overview of our current standard safety solutions across all Linde reach trucks.
The operator compartment is designed so that their entire body stays within the contours of the truck, while at the same time allowing them to keep an eye on their surrounding environment. With all trucks, Linde attaches great importance to clear visibility for the operator.
A key performance feature of Linde forklift trucks is the safe handling of heavy loads. For example, the overhead tilt cylinders on the electric and IC trucks are attached to the rear of the stable roof and frame structure. The longer lever length makes the mast even more stable and results in less swinging when stacking at high lifting heights. This allows the operator to work more precisely, quickly and – above all – more safely. The design also features slimmer mast profiles, which improves visibility.
With ergonomic working conditions, Linde Material Handling ensures that operators can work safely and without becoming fatigued. Ergonomic working conditions are a central requirement for fatigue-free and therefore safe working. Linde attaches great importance to giving employees the best possible protection from harmful vibrations and jolts. Decoupled drive and steering axles and decoupled operator workstations are effective technology solutions that ensure maximum operating comfort in Linde industrial trucks, thus improving the operator's concentration.