Clark's broad range of material handling equipment is designed and manufactured to provide the highest reliability and operator comfort, giving you added productivity, increased up-time and reduced maintenance.
Wet disc brakes take advantage of torque multiplication because they are located on the axle shaft prior to final gear reduction. This location provides very responsive operation and protection from inplant debris which helps extend life.
Using the inching pedal, an operator can maintain high engine speed for maximum mast performance, while creeping into loads, or starting up with rollback on ramps and inclines.
The engine and transmission are assembled horizontally and positioned high in the frame to protect expensive components during operation on rugged surface.
Forward and backward tilts of 8° and 10° provide increased efficiency when working with timber or steel.
The Hydraulic system was developed by Clark exclusively for lift truck application. The system improves performance, reduces energy loss, is adaptable to specific requirements and is easily serviceable.
A single hydraulic pump with integral steering priority valve is transmission driven, providing low noise and separation from engine heat. Priority-demand system incorporates a steering gear feedback loop that saves energy by providing steering fluid only during steer operation.