Jungheinrich Lift Truck Corp. has introduced the ETR 320, a new pantographic reach truck specially engineered for high productivity in U.S. operations. It boasts a three-stage mast and a rock-steady pantograph mechanism enabling precise load placements at heights of up to 33 feet. Jungheinrich has completely integrated the operation of the vehicle's AC motors, controllers and CAN BUS software so they work together efficiently. All three motors?steering, hydraulic and driving?are based on threephase AC. An energy reclamation system returns energy to the battery that otherwise would be wasted during braking. The ETR 320's proportional hydraulics provide a smooth lift, and the pantograph is jitter-free for steady load placements.
The ergonomic design focuses on comfort and safety. The steering wheel's size and position have been optimized, and all controls besides steering and braking are conveniently contained in the joystick. Three standard driving programs are present to suit differing conditions and operator skills. Generous padding protects and supports the operator's legs and back during turns and braking, and the platform is low for easy mounting and dismounting. The sideways driving orientation means the operator never has to reverse positions and learn to operate the truck with the opposite hands.
Company Phone: (877) 543-6757
Company URL: www.jungheinrich-lift.com