The tow-motor or sit down counterbalance forklift, with a stand up version which is known as a dockstocker or stand up counterbalance, is extensively used to load and offload consignment to and from transport trucks as well as for movement of goods within a warehouse facility.Counterbalance forklifts vary in build, designs and sizes according to manufacturers and applicability. There are machines designed differently for operating inside the warehouse and for working on rough terrains. The fuel sources also vary where some are propane or diesel powered while others are electrically powered. But the fuel sources does not influence the lifting mechanism which is all the more same in all forklifts. All forklifts rely upon hydraulics mechanism for their lifting action.
The most commonly used counterbalance forklifts are Yale, Clark, Nissan, Toyota, Mitsubishi and Crown, which vary in controls placement while maintaining the standard basic lifting mechanism. So training on one means training on all.
Effective counterbalance forklift training is essential to properly understand the correct way of operating forklifts, to understand the risk factors and ways to avoid accidents on site. To create a safer working environment and for proper compliance to safety guidelines, a thorough professional training is a must.
Our counterbalance forklift training courses enable the participants in proper operation of forklifts. Participants are instructed regarding safe and proper use of counterbalance, importance of doing the pre-operational safety check and its proper usage.
Being a certified counterbalance forklift operator affirms your credibility and marketability which in turn helps you grab better employment opportunities.