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Pantograph Reach Trucks

Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc., Houston, Texas, introduced the new Jungheinrich ETR 340-335d series of pantograph reach trucks. The new 3,500- to Jungheinrich pantograph trucks4,500-pound-capacity reach trucks offer industry-leading lift speeds combined with high-capacity retention, allowing loads to be staged at higher rack levels for greater warehouse efficiency and productivity.

The new Jungheinrich pantograph reach truck offers a smooth, quiet ride for greater comfort and efficiency.

The ETR 340-335d series combines advanced AC motor technology and exclusive Jungheinrich vehicle software that optimizes performance while minimizing energy consumption. The hydraulic system delivers up to 160 feet per minute, in addition to variable reach and retract speeds.

Plus, the ETR series reaches up to 450 inches thanks to its exclusive ProTrac suspended articulating drive axle that evenly balances load weight for improved stability during cornering and when working at high lift heights.

The ETR series is designed with a spacious operator compartment for increased comfort and productivity. The reach truck’s intuitive multi-function control handle maximizes operator performance by allowing travel and hydraulic functions to be easily controlled simultaneously. The pantograph system also features extensive cushioning to soften impact to the load and mechanism when it reaches the end of its stroke.

The operator display panel features key information in one easy-to-access location, including three programmable performance modes, a battery discharge indicator, drive wheel direction indicator and LED indicator lights.

Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc.
877-543-6757
www.jungheinrich-lift.com

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