What is a basiloid lift?
What is a basiloid lift?
The principle of the Basiloid method is to replace lift truck forks with an adjustable position Lifting Blade that slips under the lip of a folded cap carton. The Lifting Blade rides up and down on the fork carriage. It lifts the carton by the top lip instead of sliding forks under the carton.
What are the two basic types of lift trucks?
What are the different Forklift types?
- Class I: Electric Motor Rider Forklifts.
- Class II: Electric Motor Narrow Aisle Forklifts (Reach Trucks, Order Pickers)
- Class III: Electric Pallet Jacks, Stackers, and Tow Tractors.
- Class IV: Internal Combustion Cushion Tire Forklifts.
What is a Class 4 forklift?
Class IV Forklifts are internal combustion engine cushion tire trucks. This class of sit-down forklifts is designed for indoor use. Class IV Forklifts are powered by internal combustion (IC) engines that run on diesel fuel, LP gas, gasoline, or compressed natural gas.
What is a Class 6 forklift?
Class VI: Electric and internal combustion engine tractors. Class VII: Rough terrain forklift trucks.
Is a boom truck a crane?
Unlike a crane, boom trucks do not have counterweights. Additionally, some boom trucks, such as cherry pickers, use a loading basket to lift workers to inaccessible heights. This is important for certain jobs, such as maintenance work.
Is a boom truck considered a crane?
For Custom Truck One Source, a boom truck generally refers to a hydraulic crane mounted onto a commercial truck chassis. Most of these boom trucks are straight, telescopic booms, but the company also has articulated cranes that fit in the category of boom trucks.
Why choose basiloid lift-a-pliance?
Product damage from lift truck forks is eliminated. Optional Folding Forks let you use trucks either way. Basiloid Lift-A-Pliance lets you save space above, below and around any high bulk, low density product in cartons.
Can a lift truck be converted to a lift folded carton?
Any standard lift truck can be converted to lift folded cap cartons by the top with the Basiloid Lift-A-Pliance attachment. Conversion to this system can pay for itself in just months by cutting your handling costs. Product damage from lift truck forks is eliminated. Optional Folding Forks let you use trucks either way.
Where is basiloid located?
Basiloid Products Corp. 312 North East Street Elnora, Indiana 47529 USA Phone: 812.692.5511
What are optional folding forks and lift-a-pliance?
Optional Folding Forks let you use trucks either way. Basiloid Lift-A-Pliance lets you save space above, below and around any high bulk, low density product in cartons. You eliminate the space occupied by pallets which permits narrower aisles because, with top lifting, maneuvering room is substantially reduced.