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Toyota introduces 8-series AC pallet truck line

Toronto, Ont. -- Toyota Industrial Equipment, a division of Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) has announced the introduction...

Toronto, Ont. — Toyota Industrial Equipment, a division of Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) has announced the introduction of its 8-Series AC pallet truck product line including: the walkie pallet truck, tow tractor, center control rider pallet truck and end control walkie/rider pallet truck.

These AC pallet trucks all feature a powerful AC drive system that delivers more runtime per battery charge, maintains higher levels of performance throughout the work cycle and is virtually maintenance free.

The new AC drive motor offers excellent acceleration and top travel speed, loaded or unloaded, while improving battery efficiency through regenerative braking, the company claims in a release. Additionally, AC drive motors have no springs, brushes, commutator or wearable parts thus reducing planned maintenance.

The new line of lift trucks also use Controller Area Network (CAN-bus) communication technology to provide precise, fast and reliable control of all truck functions with fewer electrical components.

The 8-Series pallet trucks include an ergonomic multifunction control handle equipped with a digital display offering hour meter, performance parameter, battery discharge and fault code information. In addition, the soft-cushioned rider platform was designed to reduce fatigue by dampening the effects of vibration.

The end-control rider also offers an electronic coast control option with jog buttons, which increases the productivity of both the operator and pallet truck by eliminating the need to climb on and off the truck during floor-level order picking.

All of these pallet truck products are commonly used in applications ranging from general warehousing to retail operations.

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