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Hyundai Heavy Industries Europe is expanding its range of lift trucks with four sit-on reach trucks.

The machines, designated 14BRJ-7, 16BRJ-7, 20BRJ-7 and 25BRJ-7, which have load capacities of 1.4 tonnes, 1.6 tonnes, 2.0 tonnes and 2.5 tonnes respectively, are equipped with the latest generation of electric motors with AC technology.

They are claimed to offer high performance, low maintenance costs and reduced energy consumption.

An optimised motor design ensures low noise emissions.

These trucks are designed for intensive use in warehouses, where they perform their tasks cleanly and quietly.

The battery capacity lasts an entire shift, so the machine can be used to its full working potential, according to the company.

The powerful drive motor and stability of the reach truck are claimed to guarantee its high productivity and safety.

After stopping on a slope, the anti-rollback function is intended to ensure high operational safety.

The electromagnetic brakes, which are fitted onto the load-bearing wheels, allow for increased braking performance.

By turning the ignition key to start, the position of the driving wheels is automatically calculated and returned to the central position.

This ensures a controlled start-up, which also helps to reduce the risk of accidents.

Hyundai claims that the truck’s small turning radius, combined with its compact dimensions, ensure efficient work, even in narrow-aisle operations.

The lifting height reaches up to 12m.

On a screen, the driver can see whether the lifting fork is at the right height above the shelf so as to insert or remove the palette.

It is intended to offer suitable conditions for fatigue-free work and high productivity.

The driver’s seat is positioned at a right angle to the lifting equipment to achieve compact dimensions and high manoeuvrability.

All controls are laid out ergonomically and are clearly displayed.

The control functions for steering the lift are operated simply and comfortably with mini-levers that can be manipulated with the fingertips of the right hand, according to the company.

The left hand operates the control that steers the drive wheel.

A toggle switch is used to switch between the forward and reverse driving directions.

Alternatively, the steering wheel can be changed from its normal 180-degree field to 360 degrees.

The steering wheel can be ergonomically adjusted by the driver.

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