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Why Choose Our Lift Trucks
Hy-Tek partners with Yale lift trucks, one of the largest volume producers of zero emissions electric lift trucks in North America. The company follows an environmentally friendly initiative across their full product line of Yale counterbalance, reach trucks, pallet jacks, order pickers, VNA and stackers. The ERC-VG electric rider product is considered the most efficient lift truck in its class in North America. Yale electric lift trucks can be powered by lead-acid, lithium-ion and hydrogen fuel cells. Click Here for more info.
Yale has introduced spark-ignited IC forklift models that meet or exceed CARB 2010 (California Air Resources Board) requirements. According to testing reviewed by the EPA and the California Air Resources Board (CARB), Yale industrial trucks rate among the lowest in exhaust emissions in the industry. Yale diesel lift trucks are becoming increasingly cleaner through ongoing development with diesel engine suppliers to meet Tier III standards and the upcoming Tier IV standards. Additionally, Yale has engineered their ICE products for extended service intervals. For example, Yale has reduced the number of oil changes, which not only reduces maintenance costs, it helps lower consumption of nonrenewable fossil fuels. In addition, Yale has introduced an electronically controlled transmission which significantly reduces tire and brake wear on IC lift trucks. In addition, Yale IC lift trucks can be powered by CNG. Click Here for more info.
LPG is one of the cleanest energy sources in terms of transporting the fuel, storing the fuel, and also in terms of its end-use. The carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from LPG are considerably less than most other fossil fuels. LPG emits almost no nitrogen oxide (NOx), sulphur oxide (SOx) or particulate matters. This means LPG helps preserve the environment, helps fight climate change, and aids in preserving indoor and outdoor air quality.