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Platform truck

7th September 1973
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Page 95, 7th September 1973 — Platform truck
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ecently introduced by Brook tictor Electric Vehicles, an lectric platform truck has been leveloped from the company's Z4A towing tractor. It is rated it 3 tons (3048kg) carrying ;apacity. but load and vehicle peed characteristics can be ailored to suit customers' rejuirements.

The truck is fitted with a fabri :ated steel cab with large vindscreen and rear window to live maximum visibility and all

round weather protection.

Provided with a low-entry step, the cab will accommodate a second person. A cargo platform measuring 84in. long x 48in. wide (213.36cm x 121.92cm) or one that is 84in. long and 42in. wide (213.36cm x 106.68 cm) may be specified.

Powered by a series-wound traction motor the truck is con

trolled by a three-step fully automatic contact control panel fitted with adjustable timing devices worked by an accelerator type foot-operated control switch. Thyris tor control is available, while the size and capacity of the battery depends on the customer's requirements.

Front wheels are independently coil sprung, and semi-elliptic leaf springs are fitted at the rear. The standard 6.00 x 9 radial pneumatic tyres are mounted on split-rim wheels and are interchangeable, solid tyres also being available. Windscreen wipers, side lights and horn are all fitted as standard equipment. Made by: Brook Victor Electric Vehicles Ltd, Ormskirk, Lancs.


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