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forklift trucks


The seCreT To eleCTriC ForkliFT TruCks wiTh maximum availabiliTy


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hallenging times demand one thing above all from businesses: that they adapt


quickly to new conditions and changes. the intralogistics sector is particularly feeling the effects of these expectations in the form of additional shifts, peaks in demand, and so on. for operators of electrically powered forklift trucks, capacity and reliability are key factors – because the availability of the forklift truck fleet is essential to smooth and efficient operation. lead-acid batteries have a


standardised service life of around 1,500 charging cycles. However, particularly harsh conditions, high levels of utilisation and multi-shift operation can all have a negative


impact on this. Permanent above- average usage and frequent opportunity charging in particular shorten the standardised service life of a traction battery. operators need to compensate


for capacity losses through more frequent opportunity charging or by using back-up batteries. However, this results in longer downtimes, higher running costs and reduced availability of forklift trucks. All of this has a negative impact on the total cost of ownership.


exTend baTTery liFe and reduCe CaPiTal exPendiTure the right battery charger makes an important contribution to ensuring maximum battery


capacity for as long as possible as well as reliable operation of the fleet 24 hours a day. thanks to the innovative ri charging process of the fronius selectiva 4.0 devices, batteries receive ultra-cool and gentle charging. this extends usage and service life by as much as one year in moderate operation, without any impact on performance.


reaCT Flexibly To unexPeCTed evenTs fronius selectiva 4.0 battery chargers are genuine all- rounders when it comes to day-to-day intralogistics activities. conservation charging, preventing deep discharge as well as rapid and opportunity charging of lead-acid batteries are just some of the options offered by these devices. special characteristics designed especially for charging lead-acid batteries ensure reliable, gentle and cost-effective charging to suit the condition of the battery. this enables maximum usability, even in the case of unexpected events. for example, if a battery is not in use for an extended period of time, the refresh characteristic ensures that its charging ability is preserved and prevents deep discharge. this guarantees that the charging level will not fall to


zero and that the battery is ready for use at all times. if deep discharge nevertheless occurs, the battery can be returned to a normal state using a special characteristic. As a result, it will be usable again in no time. if operators need extra capacity


due to additional peaks in demand, for instance, this is where the Power charging option comes in. With its help, short breaks can be used productively for rapid or opportunity charging. A lunch break of around 30 minutes can provide two additional hours of travel time. fronius technology thereby


ensures high availability of the forklift truck fleet and also optimises operating costs. forklift truck operators can also significantly reduce the risk of unplanned downtime in their forklift truck fleet.


Fronius Perfect Charging www.fronius.com/intralogistics


22 JuNE 2021 | fActorY&HANDliNGsolutioNs


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