Missouri Forklift carry the following new and used forklift Missouri, including Barnett, Yale, Toyota, Caterpillar, Crown Hyster, Linde, Nissan, Mitsubishi and Raymond, through a network of 15 MO forklift dealers that connect you to over 1,500 Missouri forklift in inventory. Safety is very important for all St. Louis forklift, and to ensure your workers stay safe, here are some key things you should do to ensure your St. Louis forklift drivers stay safe. Each day, before using your MO forklift, you should check the following parts of your forklift of St. Louis to ensure they are working, the seat belt, warning light, and backup alarm. The steering should not have a lot of give when moving the wheel. Your brakes on your St. Louis forklift should be smooth and not need a lot of pressure to work. In addition, there should be no grinding or noises coming from the forklift brakes.
Also check the chains, hydraulic cylinder, hoses and forks on the Missouri forklift to make sure nothing appears to be broken or cracked. Make sure you do not see any leaks around any hoses, transmission, radiator, battery and/or the engine. For the hydraulic controls, ensure they move smoothly and there is not any slipping when moving the forks up or down, to a new position. If you have a battery powered Missouri forklift, check the battery connection, and charge level. The tires on the MO forklift should be checked for wear and check the air pressure, if you have pneumatic tires. Check you hour meter to see if the St. Louis forklift is in need of factory scheduled maintenance.
Our network of forklift of St. Louis dealers are available to work with you to determine the type of forklift that best meets your company’s needs and to explain how the forklift operates and its safety features.