With us all becoming more and more aware of our carbon footprintvalid until: 15 Feb 2023date published: 15 Feb 2022
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With us all becoming more and more aware of our carbon footprint - and with legislation to stop us forgetting - alternatives to the standard combustion engine are beginning to introduce themselves in the retail markets; and the industrial sector has largely made the switch already, only relying on fossil fuelled machinery for external work. So, an impetus exists to reduce this carbon foot-print, but what are the advantages & disadvantages to this new technology?
Whilst it is true that, for many applications, diesel powered, heavy-duty forklift trucks are indispensable, such as on construction sites - where the terrain, distances, and tasks demand diesel tanks to be practical and efficient. No electric forklift can really match the diesel engine in practical applications, having to recharge batteries is a ruinous hindrance for heavy industrial usage. In fact it is not recharging of batteries that disgruntles electric forklift owners, but the hugely costly replacement of batteries, with a lifespan which - although not directly comparable - is just a few years, compared to older technology that can last decades. So even in these 'softer' environments, the electric lift trucks, whilst unlocking work opportunities previously impractical or illegal, come with a potentially heavy financial burden attached.
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