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eaturing compact dimensions for tight applications, Crown says the SC 5300 is endowed with the handling power and stability of larger machines and will be appreci- ated by warehouse managers for its ability to perform a multiplicity of indoor/outdoor applications – including dock work, con- tainer stuffing, loading/unloading, stor-


“Reduced pedal effort, faster braking response and an automatic parking brake reduce stress-induced fatigue for the driver”


age/retrieval, stacking and line feeding – across the entire industry spectrum. Whether in manufacturing, wholesale, retail, transportation or other sectors, the adaptability of these multipurpose workhorses enables users to enjoy exceptional performance with the assurance of Crown dependability and low operating costs.


Three’s company: Crown´s 3-wheel electric counterbalanced fork lift truck series SC 5300.


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The SC 5300 features tough drive units and powerful motors designed and manufactured by Crown specifically for the needs of counterbalance trucks. The power and torque of Crown’s latest generation 48V AC motors ensure fast, energy efficient throughput with maximum reliability over the whole life of the truck.


INTEGRATED INTELLIGENCE


The Access 1 2 3 Comprehensive System Control provides users with key operating and diagnostic data, all in real time, while the Intrinsic Stability System ensures peak performance and safety across multiple applications.


This on-board “integrated intelligence” gives users exceptional confidence through real-


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Crown has launched its SC 5300 3-wheel electric counterbalanced fork lift truck series, claiming innovative design, robust construction, operator comfort, safety, versatility and exceptional manoeuvrability.


time monitoring and management of traction, braking, steering, hydraulics and other key systems. Because the truck is proactively “thinking” about all these factors, operators can concentrate on the task at hand. The system also provides easy-to-use on-board diagnostics, to quickly pinpoint issues and help keep downtime to a minimum or, in many cases, avoid it altogether.


The Intrinsic Stability System takes intelligent control to a new level of safety and sophistication – adding up to performance that can be used with confidence: • Travel speed – both straight ahead and when negotiating bends, is automatically governed according to load weight, lift height and steer angle to provide the optimum safe travel speed as conditions warrant.


• Tilt Interlock – optimises safety and productivity by limiting the mast tilt angle based on fork height and load.


• Intelligent ramp speed control – keeps a constant speed and automatically maintains hold on inclines.


• Hydraulic speeds – tilt and accessory actuation are controlled according to load weight and fork height.


By eliminating the traditional friction brake, the e-GEN braking featured on all SC 5300 Series trucks gives users both cost and performance advantages. Reduced pedal effort, faster braking response and an automatic parking brake reduce stress- induced fatigue – and give greater job satisfaction – for the driver, leading to ever greater productivity.


DRIVER FACTOR


The SC 5300 Series fork lift trucks demonstrate an excellent example of the basic principle of form and function. While designing the truck, the developers prioritised ergonomics and functionality alongside driver comfort and efficiency.


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