The Brachion Forklift Has Been Elevated in Efficiency with Improvements

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Aug 3, 2012 • References: & yankodesign
There are plenty of ways in which the standard stock elevator could be improved, and most of these upgrades are found in the Brachion Forklift. It may be a small mechanized vehicle but its tasks are heavy ones, requiring a certain degree of adaptability to the unique load at hand.

One great feature of this machine is its sliding cabin, capable of better counterbalancing extreme loads of material. It simply glides back and forth on a set of tracks in the chassis, apart from its counterweight caboose. Pedals and a steering wheel cannot be found in Gergo Kassai's Brachion Forklift, freeing up cockpit space, reducing interior obstacles and improving visibility. A pair of joysticks on the driver's armrest afford accurate and ergonomic control. Stats for Enhanced Load Hoisters Trending: Older & Chilly
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