Lithium-ion batteries are becoming increasingly popular in the forklift industry due to their longer lifespan and quicker recharge times.
Traditional lead-acid batteries, which have been the standard in forklifts for many years, have limitations in terms of their lifespan and charge time.
Lithium-ion batteries, on the other hand, can last up to three times longer than lead-acid batteries and can be recharged in as little as an hour.
As a result, forklift manufacturers are investing in lithium-ion technology and offering it as an option to customers. This shift towards lithium-ion batteries is also driven by the growing focus on sustainability and reducing emissions.
The NL series new lithium battery forklift, capacity from 2,000 to 3,500kg, adopts UN internal combustion forklift 's design with the strong chassis, frame, counterweight and mast.
The power structure is designed to adopt UN electric forklift's concept, which use full AC system, Italian imported ZAPl controller, BMS control system and high quality lithium battery.
This combination of IC forklift and electric forklift makes an ideal solution to reach customers' satisfaction on cost saving and environmental friendly.