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Komatsu Dual Fuel Forklifts

Komatsu Dual Fuel Forklifts

Dual Fuel Engine
The Dual Fuel engine is a type of engine which uses a mixture of diesel fuel and gas fuel or can work off of diesel by its self. The dual fuel engine is not capable of running on gas alone. These engines do not have ignition systems and do not use spark plugs.

Because diesel is not a pure gas, and it is not a pure diesel designed engine, it has some disadvantages in the department of fuel efficiency, as well as Methane slippage.. Like for example, the fuel efficiency could be 5% to 8% less than in a comparable spark-ignited, lean burn engine at 100% load. It could even be greater on lower loads.

Lift Truck Classification and Fuel Sources
There are some applications that have proved a challenge for the forklift. For instance, scrap metal is one of these issues. In order to successfully handle things like this needs utilizing the right kind of machinery for the task.

There are 7 major lift truck classes, including power sources such as hydrogen fuel cell, liquid propane gas, gasoline, diesel and electric. The power source is linked to several of these specific classes. The main power sources for forklifts consist of Gasoline, Battery, Diesel, Propane and Fuel Cell.

Electric powered trucks are the most common, mainly Class I, II and class III forklifts. Internal combustion engines are more common in Classes IV and V. The most common electric power source is the lead-acid battery. Among internal combustion trucks, approximately more than 90 percent are fueled by propane.

The battery is the forklifts most popular power source. Battery powered units make up about 60 percent of the new forklifts sold within the United States. Their benefits include: quiet operation, less maintenance requirements, the ability to be utilized outdoors and indoors with no harmful emissions.

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