Class Four Long Length Forklift Arm Fork JF15060167, 5.0T Capacity ITA Class IV Forklift Forks Replacement Brand Spare Parts, Standard ITA/FEM Forklift Forks Blades Tines, Hook Type Pin Type ITA Mounting Forklift Attachment Forkleg Forklift fork tip teeth with CE, ISO, Material Handling Equipment Spare Parts Attachment fork arm for forklift China supplier and factory
Class Four Long Length Forklift Arm Fork, Material Handling Equipment Parts, Standard ITA Forklift Fork Class ISO 4A 5T Capacity Item No. JF15060167
Standard ITA Forklift Spare Parts Forks are the most common forklift forks among the material handling industries. ITA clips make it easy to position and secure forks directly to a frame or carriage. All forks meet or exceed all ISO 2330 Standards and ANSI/ITSDF B56.11.4 Standards as provided by the Industrial Truck Association.
Packaging: seaworthy steel pallets
Productivity: 300000 pieces/year
Brand: Custom Logo
Place of Origin: Ningbo city, Zhejiang province, China
Supply Ability: 250000 pieces/month
Certificate: ISO/CE certificate
HS Code: 84312090
Port: Ningbo/ Shanghai
We can supply different types forks,such as shaft fork, blank fork, standard fork etc
Mount class :2A,2B,3A,3B,4A,4B
Fork length : 900mm-2440mm
Customized also available
Forklift forks can also be referred to as blades or tines. Different styles of forks have specific rated load capacities to satisfy the requirements of each type of forklift. The individual components of a forklift fork are:
Tip – End of the blade — the first point of contact with loads at the insertion point. Standard Mount Fork for Forklift
Blade – Lower part of the L-shaped fork that supports loads during movement and carrying.
Shank – Upright support of the L-shape that supports the blade at the bottom. 4 Ton FEM Fork for Forklift Truck
Heel – Connection point between blade and shank of the fork. Spare Parts Forklift Forks for Sale
Hooks – Located on the upper and lower part of the shank to attach to the forklift. Low Price Forklift Fork
Pin Lock – Mechanism placed on the top hook used to change the positioning of forks once they’re on the vehicle carriage. Also known as locking pins and latch pins.
Taper – Point of the blade that makes it possible to pick up the load. There are several levels of taper thickness. Forklift Attachment FEM Standard Hook Fork
Fork construction follows universally accepted production standards, including high-grade steel and alloys, comprehensive heat treatment, and automated welding of upper and lower hooks. ITA Class III Fork 4Ton Capacity
Don’t be a drag: The weight of your load is carried on the heel of your forklift. Protect the heels and don’t drag them. Dragging causes heat and wears away the metal. This will weaken the hardest working part of the fork and lead to cracks. Cracks can lead to breaks and dropped loads.
Don’t push or pry: Forks are make for lifting. Some forklift operators will occasionally use the forks on their forklifts to pry things open or push things along the floor. Don’t do it. Using your forks for anything other than what they’re made for can cause serious damage. Bent tips and uneven forks are sure signs that the forks are being used in ways they aren’t designed for. Class 3A Standard ITA Forklift Tine
Don’t overload: We all have our limitations, and so do your forks. Don’t lift loads that exceed your forklift’s maximum capacity. No only does that put stress on the forks and the entire forklift frame, it creates a dangerous instability situation. Get a bigger forklift if you need to lift heavier loads.
Let ’em down easy: Don’t let your forks hit the ground when bringing them down. Bring your loads down slowly and stop just before the forks hit the ground. Needless impact can cause cracks. Standard Class 4A Forklift Fork
Work as a team: Always balance the load across both forks. Never try to lift anything with just one fork. Your forks are meant to be used as a team and share the load. Using just one can cause bending or cracking.
Standard forklift forks specification: