Choose Right Forklift Parts For Your Vehicle

All forklift manufacturers assemble the forklifts with great care and precision. During the assembly, the engine, transmission, steering system, differential and brakes are thoroughly inspected and only quality forklift parts are used. The other components such as the alternators, starters, propane valves, hydraulic pumps, radiator, electric gauges etc. are also assembled with great care.

The chassis structure is also checked carefully before the actual painting is done. Once all the parts are assembled, they must pass a strict quality control check were all forklift functions are tested to ensure perfect operation. Some of the other forklift parts and extensions that are commonly used are as follows:
Fork Extensions

Fork extensions are those devices that are fitted over a standard pair of forks on a forklift truck. The chief purpose for fitting this device is to temporarily lengthen the forks for load stabilization only. Therefore, fork extensions should be used carefully. It should be ensured that they are used only for stabilizing purposes and not for carrying loads. It should not exceed more than 1/3 of the fork blade length.

The following points should be borne in mind while using fork extensions:

1. Weight of load
2. Maximum length of load
3. Length of existing fork
4. Existing fork size (width and thickness)
5. Length of load
6. Forklift capacity
7. Hook or shaft mounting on existing fork

Leaf Chains

Roller less chain, which is commonly used on forklift trucks and for other applications, is known as leaf chains. Leaf chains are made out of steel link plates mounted side by side on pins. Its contour is that of the figure eight. The chain can flex at each pin. It is used in tension linkage applications where the chain is kept in tension and can be moved in both directions. These chains are generally used on forklift trucks and also in other material handling tasks. They are also referred to as cable chains and balance chains.

Scissor Dock Lift

Scissor dock lifts are used for lifting materials ranging anything between 500 kg to 10,000 kg capacity. These lifts are used for a variety of purposes. From using scissor dock lift to assist operators to work at convenient level for manual handling, moving goods for flooring tasks etc. It can also be used for moving an entire vehicle for several meters or from one place to another. High grade and tested lifts should be used so as to ensure safety to the workers

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Motivation and Getting From A to B

How do you get from A to B? A simple question. You get in the car, point the steering wheel, feel the structure around you, confident the engine is well built and the chassis is comfortable, and then, releasing the brake, you put your foot down on the pedal. Easy! Well, that’s how it works geographically, but the analogy is apt.

How do you get your organisation from A to B? What is the steering wheel? The steering wheel is the direction you are pointing in; it is your aim, your organisational objectives, your business plan and the strategy by which you might achieve that direction. Indeed, to pursue the car analogy, the steering wheel links to the four wheels that turn with the slightest touch. The four wheels? And the one in the boot! Five wheels, perhaps the four or five Ps of marketing: promotion, price, product, place and positioning. These carry the body of the car.

That engine, so superbly engineered may be, that the journey can be pretty effortless; together with a chassis and decor that is so comfortable. These are the skills and knowledge that you need to compete in the modern business arena. You need competitive advantage, and so depending on the business that you are in, you need to make sure your engine is big enough for the journey, can deal with the terrain and carry the load. Clearly, this driving engine is the skills you need, whereas the chassis and the environment are the knowledge that can make things so much easier, and make you look so good too.

One thing remains to get from A to B: we have the car, the wheel, and all is beautiful, but we need to release the brake – we need to commit to go forward, but then we expect the car to go. Yes, if one condition is met: if the car has fuel. Do we have any fuel in the engine? Dear me, it’s a 4 litre V8 engine, a marvel, but it’s not moving, because for the want of fuel it can’t. For the want of fuel it can’t – what a tragedy. And what is the fuel?

You have it: fuel is the motivation that drives the car, which drives people. In other words, to be motivated. As I like to say: nobody goes to work on a Monday morning because of their personality, or because of their aptitude, but because of their motivators. And for all their ‘strategising’, how strategic an issue is motivation for most organisations? How much time is spent motivating or planning to motivate their staff? Motivation is at least 70% of the engagement package; how, then, can organisations be running engagement programs and the word motivation is not even in their lexicon?

If you want your car to get you from point A to point B then fill her up with fuel. If you want your staff – if you want you! – to achieve your business plans, then consider motivation and how you are going to motivate yourself and them.

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