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Lift Truck - Raymond Corp. - Facility Management Product Release
Raymond’s Model 4100 and 4200 counterbalanced lift trucks have capacities from 3,000 to 5,000 pounds. The three-wheel stand-up design provides a smaller turning radius for greater maneuverability.
Available on both trucks are quick-disconnect couplings for attachments; when switching attachments, the anti-drip, no-leak valves eliminate hydraulic fluid spills.
The single-axis multifunction control handle includes a four-way switch for sideshifting the forks and tilting the mast. The switch and attachment-control buttons allow the operator to fine-tune the movement of all hydraulic functions. Two powerful AC drive motors deliver more runtime per battery charge and lower maintenance costs than DC motors.
The operator compartment has a padded backrest, 8-inch step height and an open-view mast.
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