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Get Your Work Done and Protect the Environment with an Electric Forklift Force

Get Your Work Done and Protect the Environment with an Electric Forklift Force

Many worksites choose electric forklifts for their environmental benefits. However, a low impact on the environment is just one of the many benefits that electric forklifts have for your company. Learn more about the advantages of electric forklifts.

Reduced Emissions

Gas and diesel forklifts burn fossil fuels to power the forklift’s powerful motor. Combustion reactions release waste gases that harm the environment. Thankfully, electric forklifts are powered by an internal battery and won’t release any airborne waste products. In addition, increased use of electrical forklifts will ultimately lower the demand for fuel production. This shift in demand will ultimately contribute to the reduction of emissions overall.

Improved Convenience

Electricity is much easier to work with as a fuel source than are fossil fuels. Worksites with electric forklifts no longer have to store flammable fuels or waste time handling refill tanks. Instead, workers simply plug in forklift batteries overnight. Worksites will find that a fleet of efficient battery-powered forklifts will reduce overall fuel costs as well. Plus, electric forklifts make worksites more comfortable. Zero smog and quiet engine operation greatly improve working conditions near and around the forklift.

Simplified Maintenance 

Diesel and gas forklift engines, much like car engines, are extremely complex machines. As a result, maintenance on these vehicles can be expensive and confusing. Another benefit to electric forklifts is their simple design—battery power sources require only a few simple mechanisms to power an electric forklift. Consider an electric replacement for your fleet if repair bills are cutting into your profits.

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