1. What are forklifts designed for?
    Handling, transporting, and warehousing materials.
  2. Forklift lifting capacities range between what?
    2,000 to 50,000 lbs
  3. What will give you the rated weight capacity?
    The data plate
  4. The lifting capacity of a forklift is given by ________ and ________ to the load center
    • Weight
    • Distance
  5. What transmission can forklifts come in?
    • Gas
    • Diesel
    • Electric
  6. What kind of drives can forks come in?
    2 or 4 wheel
  7. What kind of steering can forklifts have?
    2 or 4 wheel
  8. What is the most common forklift found in the Munitions Storage Area?
  9. What type of surfaces are warehouse forklifts used on?
    improved surfaces
  10. what can warehouse forklifts bee used for?
    • moving assets inside storage buildings and igloos
    • loading and unloading all types of handling trailers
  11. What type of warehouse forklift will be strictly used only inside a warehouse?
  12. What type of steering do warehouse forklifts use?
    Rear wheel
  13. What forklift is designed for rough terrain handling, transporting, and warehousing of materials?
    Rough Terrain forklift
  14. What surfaces is the rough terrain forklift designed to be used on?
    • Both on and off improved surfaces
    • And in water up to 5 feet deep
  15. What type of engine does the rough terrain forklift have?
  16. What kind of transmission does the rough terrain forklift have?
    3-speed transmission
  17. How fast is the rough terrain forklift capable of going for over-the-road movement?
  18. What drives can the rough terrain forklift come in?
    2 or 4 wheel drive
  19. What's the lifting capacity of the rough terrain forklift?
    6,000 lbs
  20. What forklift has a lifting capacity of 10,000 lbs?
    Adverse Terrain forklift (AT)
  21. What kind of engine does the AT forklift have?
  22. What kind of transmission does the AT forklift have?
    Hydraulically actuated
  23. How many speeds does the AT forklift have?
    4 selectable speeds for forward and reverse
  24. What drives is the AT forklift capable of?
    2 or 4 wheel drive
  25. What does pivitting of the center do for the forklift?
  26. What type of steering does the AT forklift have?
    Actuated steering
  27. AT forklift:
    The operator sits in an ________ cab that is equipped with a ________, ____________, and ____________.
    • Enclosed
    • Heater
    • Windshield wipers
    • Defroster fan
  28. What is special about the cab on an AT forklift during hotter climates?
    The cab is completely removeable
  29. With the prober attachments for air intake and exhaust, the AT forklift can operate in ____ ____ ____.
    Very deep water
  30. What type of terrain can the Variable Reach forklift operate on?
    Rough terrain
  31. What is the lifting capacity of the Variable Reach?
    6,000 lbs
  32. Variable Reach:
    What allows loads to be picked up at a distance of 22ft when the forks are level?
    The telescopic 3-stage boom
  33. The reach of a Variable Reach is cut to ____ ft when the forks are raised to 45-degrees.
  34. What does the design of a Variable Reach allow?
    Ability to upload/download enclosed trailers, ISO containers, and flatbed trailers.
  35. Because of it's size, what is the Variable Reach not suited for?
    Operations inside munitions storage structures.
  36. What models (in lbs) is the Swing Mast available in?
    • 4,000 lbs
    • 6,200 lbs
  37. What engines can the Swing Mast have?
    • Gas
    • Diesel
    • Propane
    • Clean burn diesel
  38. What engine type allows the Swing Mast to be operated inside storage structures without worry of toxic fume emissions?
    Clean burn diesel
  39. What does the design of a Swing Mast do?
    Allows munitions to be picked up and rotated 90-degrees to the right side.
Card Set
Warehouse, Rough Terrain, Adverse Terrain, Variable Reach, Swing Mast, Steering, Transmission, Parking Brake, Accelerator Pedal, Brake Pedal, Inching Brake, Lift/Lower, Tilt, Side-Shift, Fork Positioner