We are happy to include a number of handy tips.
Battery-driven machines should always be charged at the end of the day. Use a good-quality extension lead (maximum length 25 metres, minimum cross section 1.5m�) and do not connect more than 2 machines to a reel. Make sure there is a reliable electric supply, and avoid too many being connected to a single group. Power flow is required for charging electric forklifts. The average charging time required is 8 hours. Charging batteries is a chemical process that needs to be continuous. This means interim charging of a machine is absolutely pointless and can even be counterproductive. To avoid any problems we advise you to rent a diesel powered generator!
Make sure you do not continue to use diesel driven machines until the tank is completely empty. This will result in unnecessary delays, as a service mechanic will then have to bleed the fuel lines. So keep a regular eye on the fuel level. We can provide you with fuel tanks, thus insuring a continuous stock of fuel on-site.
Non-marking tires: A large number of machines for indoor use are fitted with non-marking tires. Your client requires this sometimes.
Operating machines: When operating machines, remember that these will respond immediately to your commands, so move the operating joysticks carefully and smoothly!
Clean fuel: If you need to use a forklift extensively and a diesel-powered machine is not permitted, than you could opt for a LPG-driven forklift. This is clean fuel. Make good use of our knowledge and calls us with all your questions!