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Forklift tyres

Fiberglass - Friction causes tires to heat up when used for long periods or over long distances. Since tires are fundamentally made of rubber, heat is not a good thing. It can cause forklift tires to start to lose integrity. Fiberglass-impregnated tires have a higher resistance to the effects of heat. These tires last longer and match the use and demand far better.

Polyurethane - When a forklift moves extremely heavy loads only short distances, polyurethane tires are a better choice than rubber. These tires hold their integrity extremely well, and they tend to be chemical-resistant, which is good for a forklift that will be working in an area where chemicals hit the floor on a regular basis.

Static-resistant - Some manufacturing facilities deal with materials that are highly combustive or explosive. As a result, static electricity has to be reduced or avoided as much as possible, particularly around materials that give off fumes that flammable as well. Static-resistant tires are available and are specifically designed to prevent static discharge for such environments.

Cold-prepped - Temperature has a huge impact on the performance and life of forklift tires, and the cold is no exception. Cement and flat surfaces can easily build up ice causing slippage. Cold-prepped tires with a "walnut" surfacing provide the necessary traction for such environments, ensuring forklifts can work as needed when carrying loads without risk.

Forklift chargers

The industrial charger is responsible for charging the forklift battery as quickly as possible without shortening the battery’s lifespan due to overheating and overcharging. Before the advent of the current generation of forklift battery chargers, the operator was responsible for setting the desired voltage and amperage for charging the battery, thus opening the door for human error and damage. Today’s industrial charger contains a complex network of cards and sensors that effectively remove the human from the equation. Today, chargers have preset parameters that protect the battery from overcharging and damage. These preset parameters will actually stop charging and display error codes if there is a problem with the battery instead of pumping the battery full of power until it either boils over, or in worst case scenario, catches fire.

There are a myriad choices as for industrial chargers from small portable chargers that plug into any wall socket, to large wall mounted units that require large amperage capacities with dedicated wiring. Current chargers allow the user to custom tune a specific charge cycle. This customization allows you to control everything from the amount of voltage, amperage, charging time, and even the fill rate over a given time span. These controls allow you greater flexibility in charging, as well as longer battery life and performance.

Modern industrial chargers might contain the following components

  • 1. The charger case, which houses all of the internal components of the charger.
  • 2. Circuit cards, large capacitors, and very large transformers sometimes weighing 100 pounds each. Sometimes, as many as four transformers can be found in some chargers and diodes. These transformers are responsible for transforming AC electricity into DC electricity.
  • 3. A digital display shows the operator the vital statistics of the battery, the selected charge cycle, and its status.
  • 4. The charger cable, and heavy gauge cables, which transfer the high amp loads and voltage to the battery

Engine Overhauling


Unlike internal combustion engines, the only fuel source electric forklifts need are their rechargeable batteries. That means no space needed for extra fuel storage, no risk of spilling flammable materials, a quieter engine, and no emissions. The downsides of electric forklifts are in their lower workload relative to bigger IC engines.

Choose an electric forklift if:

  • All your work is going to be done indoors, like in a warehouse, retail stocking, or factory.
  • You need equipment that runs more quietly.
  • A low cost of ownership over time is a high priority.

    Don’t choose an electric forklift if:

  • You need a forklift that can regularly lift loads of more than 6,000 lbs.
  • You need equipment that can move over rugged terrain or on graded surfaces.
  • You can’t dedicate time (usually at least 6 hours) for recharging periods at night.


Nothing gives you the same amount of power as does a diesel engine lift truck. Diesel engine forklifts typically outclass the power and torque of other types of forklifts, which makes them the natural choice for the most intense jobs. Construction sites and large shipping yards are perfect fits for diesel forklifts.

Choose a diesel engine forklift if:

  • Your workloads are going to be in excess of 7,000 lbs.
  • You need the extra torque to move on a graded surface, or on rough outdoor terrain.
  • You need to do heavy-duty work with attachments such as clamps, tipplers, or spreaders.

Don’t choose a diesel engine forklift if:

  • You need to work in close quarters with other personnel or will be inside at all.
  • Going “green” is a priority for your business.


Propane powered forklifts are somewhere in the middle of the two extremes of electric and diesel engine lift trucks. Like diesel trucks, their lift power is exceptional, and they’ll always operate at full capacity from full tank to empty. Like electrics, a propane forklift avoid dangerous exhaust. They can even be used inside for short periods when properly maintained and paired with a catalytic converter.

Choose a propane forklift if:

  • You want a forklift that can work long hours without the need for lengthy refueling times.
  • You want to take advantage of clean-burning equipment energy tax credits..

Don’t choose a propane forklift if:

  • A rear-mounted propane tank on a forklift could pose a safety issue with other equipment or hazards.
  • You don’t have the storage capacity for both replacement and empty propane tanks not in use.

Engine Transmission

Forklift Transmission - Utilizing gear ratios, a gearbox or transmission supplies speed and torque conversions from a rotating power source to a different equipment. The term transmission refers to the entire drive train, together with the differential, gearbox, prop shafts, clutch and final drive shafts. Transmissions are more normally utilized in motor vehicles. The transmission alters the output of the internal combustion engine in order to drive the wheels. These engines have to function at a high rate of rotational speed, something that is not suitable for stopping, starting or slower travel. The transmission raises torque in the process of decreasing the higher engine speed to the slower wheel speed. Transmissions are likewise used on fixed equipment, pedal bikes and wherever rotational speed and rotational torque need change.

Single ratio transmissions exist, and they operate by altering the torque and speed of motor output. A lot of transmissions have many gear ratios and could switch between them as their speed changes. This gear switching can be done by hand or automatically. Forward and reverse, or directional control, may be provided as well.

In motor vehicles, the transmission is frequently attached to the crankshaft of the engine. The transmission output travels via the driveshaft to one or more differentials and this process drives the wheels. A differential's main purpose is to be able to adjust the rotational direction, although, it could even supply gear reduction as well.

Torque converters, power transmission and other hybrid configurations are other alternative instruments for speed and torque adaptation. Standard gear/belt transmissions are not the only mechanism accessible.

The simplest of transmissions are simply called gearboxes and they provide gear reductions in conjunction with right angle change in the direction of the shaft. Sometimes these simple gearboxes are used on PTO equipment or powered agricultural equipment. The axial PTO shaft is at odds with the common need for the driven shaft. This particular shaft is either vertical, or horizontally extending from one side of the implement to another, depending on the piece of machine. Silage choppers and snow blowers are examples of much more complex equipment which have drives providing output in multiple directions.

In a wind turbine, the type of gearbox used is a lot more complicated and larger compared to the PTO gearbox found in agricultural equipment. The wind turbine gearbos changes the high slow turbine rotation into the faster electrical generator rotations. Weighing up to quite a few tons, and depending on the actual size of the turbine, these gearboxes generally contain 3 stages to be able to accomplish an overall gear ratio beginning from 40:1 to over 100:1. In order to remain compact and in order to distribute the massive amount of torque of the turbine over more teeth of the low-speed shaft, the initial stage of the gearbox is typically a planetary gear. Endurance of these gearboxes has been a problem for some time.

Square Parts

Foot Pendal & Square Parts

With the active support of our team of experts, we are engaged in offering the most sought after Foot Pedal/Accelerator. These high grade Foot Pedals are Ideal for tough environments such as material handling, Curtis foot pedals and are used with Curtis electronic motor speed controllers, as well as models by other manufacturers. Designed for maximum installation flexibility and durability, these pedals are being made of rugged aluminum castings.


We are engaged in offering a wide range of AC Motor Controllers. These superior make AC motor controllers possess an exceptional level of sophistication and adaptability for end-usage applications. Our high grade motor controllers are offered with compact, fully sealed housings with advanced thermal management. This makes them ideal for electric pallet movers and other small electric vehicles. The main features of this product include 24 V up to 150 A, 24 V up to 200 A with optional CAN bus, Lower maintenance, Higher performance and Greater flexibility..

Series Motor Controller

Series Motor Controller

Battery Operated Forklifts

1-1.8T Four Wheel Battery Forklift

High performance AC drive motor is mounted parallel to the frame width allowing the battery compartment to positioned lower creating a lower centre of gravity to enhance stability.

1.3-2T Three Wheel Battery Forklift

The truck is equipped with AC type drive, pump and steering motors providing high torque performance and reduced maintenance

2-3.5T Four Wheel Battery Forklift

Large grab handle and low step height allows easy operator access-egress to the operator’s compartment. The premium suspension seat with fully adjustable forward, aft and lumbar positions allow added comfort for various sized operators.

4-5T Four-Wheel Battery Forklift

MAXIMAL four (4) wheel lift trucks are designed to be efficient, quiet and provide a clean air environment. Low noise, less pollution and safe operation.

A Series 1.5 - 3.0t Electric Maximal Forklift

A Series Forklift ranges from 4- wheels available from 1.5 - 3.5T.Design concept is "Engineering for Driver". Maximal engineers have focused on improving the comfort safety for the new model, with more safety, more comfort and every small detail carefully designed prepared for the driver.

Diesel Operated Forklifts

1-1.8T Diesel Forklift

The M series 1-1.8T Diesel Forklift is the first generation forklift is a world class design, featuring advanced technologies and superior componentry as produced by competitive vendors the world over.

2-2.5T Diesel Forklift

Heavy I beam and C channel mast rails are positioned to create a wider forward view of the fork tips and the load. Large rollers roll more freely under load and side thrust rollers provide added lateral support.

3-Mini 4T Diesel Forklift

Larger low positioned steps on either side and large grab bar allows easy access-egress for the operator. The large premium suspension safety seat provides operator comfort and better productivity in all applications.

4-Mini 5T Diesel Forklift

The lighted instrument panel is conveniently positioned relative to the operator’s line of sight. The LCD display monitors the machine’s vital components and electrical systems including travel speed and operating time.

5-7T Diesel Forklift

An all-aluminium radiator core provides constant engine coolant temperature control through faster heat dissipation. Combination engine coolant and transmission fluid radiator is designed for maximum air flow passing through the counterweight.

8-12T Diesel Forklift

The lighted instrument panel is conveniently positioned relative to the operator’s line of sight. The LCD display monitors the machine’s vital components and electrical systems including travel speed and operating time.

A Series Forklift

The lighted instrument panel is conveniently positioned relative to the operator’s line of sight. The LCD display monitors the machine’s vital components and electrical systems including travel speed and operating time.