Toyota’s High-Capacity IC Pneumatic Forklift is powered by a Cummins QSB 6.7 liter inline 6-cylinder engine rated at 160 HP. This truck also has a 22,000-72,000 lbs. capacity range.
The High-Capacity IC Pneumatic has notable features that make it stand out among competitors. The cab on this truck features non-skid steps and handrails. It also meets ANSI B56 F0PS operator protection. The Dana-powered shift transmission with three forward and three reverse speeds is standard equipment. Along with that, the electronic display on the armrest provides digital gauges for engine and system monitoring. The standard fingertip controls provide the operator with effortless material handling controls and variable speed control of all functions.
The High-Capacity IC Pneumatic provides visibility for operators. The overhead tilt cylinders provide excellent stability and visibility. Also, the dashless cab provides added legroom and improved forward visibility. This truck is painted with a two-part rust-inhibiting base coat and a two-part polyurethane top coat for extra corrosion prevention.
This truck’s drive axle is supplied by AxleTech and equipped with outboard wet disc brakes. The heavy-duty industrial axle has a welded beam design using an extra thick top plate. The load-sensing hydraulic system also has a built-in pressure gauge for complete and quick system testing. Counterweights are built in-house for each High-Capacity IC Pneumatic here at Toyota. There is also a two-stage wide-view mast with welded-nested channels and lift cylinders mounted directly behind the mast rails out of the operator’s view. Overall, the Toyota High-Capacity IC Pneumatic has a lot to offer.