Specifications for a CAT Forklift

Cat Lift Trucks manufactures and sells several different forklifts, including Class I (counterbalanced electric motor) forklifts with a variety of different specifications, Class IV forklifts (internal combustion lift trucks with cushion tires), Class V lift trucks (internal combustion forklifts with pneumatic tires), and Class VIII hand pallet jacks. Its forklifts can handle load capacities between 2,500 and 36,000 lbs.

  1. Cat 2ET and 2ETC Series Class I Forklifts

    • A Class I forklift is a counterbalanced rider forklift with an electric engine. Cat sells 18 Class I models with pneumatic tires. Six of those models (2ET and 2ETC series) are three-wheeled lift trucks with load capacities between 2,500 and 4,000 lbs. that run on 48-volt engines. Each has a maximum travel speed of 10 miles per hour, a lift speed between 108.3 and 118.1 feet per minute, and a turning radius between 56.7 and 65.2 inches. They can lift stacks up to between 69.9 and 78.6 inches, and weigh between 5,974 and 7,343 lbs. without their loads.

    Cat EP and EPC Series Class I Forklifts

    • Cat's 12 EP and EPC series lift trucks are four-wheeled pneumatic tire trucks with load capacities between 3,000 and 10,000 lbs., 48-to-80-volt engines and top speeds of 9.9 to 12.4 miles per hour. Their lift speeds are between 88.6 and 118.1 feet per minute, and they can lift stacks 86.6 to 116.6 inches. They have turning radii between 73.2 and 96.5 inches, and weigh between 6,503 and 15,864 lbs. without their loads.

    Cat E, EC and EX Series Class I Forklifts

    • Cat's E, EC and EX series are Class I forklifts with cushion tires. There are 26 different models in the series, with engines between 36 and 48 volts and load capacities between 3,000 and 12,000 lbs. They have maximum travel speeds between 8.9 and 11.3 miles per hour and lift speeds between 69 and 140 feet per minute. Their turning radii are between 70.5 and 97 inches, and they weigh between 6,200 and 18,190 lbs. without their loads.

    Cat 2C and 2CC Series Class IV Forklifts

    • Cat sells eight series 2C and 2CC Class IV forklifts with load capacities between 3,000 and 6,500 lbs. They have maximum travel speeds between 10 and 10.5 miles per hour and turning radii between 70 and 83.5 inches. They can lift stacks between 85 and 101 inches at lift speeds between 105 and 130 feet per minute. Without their loads, they weigh between 6,040 and 9,800 lbs.

    Cat GC Series Class IV Forklifts

    • Cat's GC series class IV forklifts comes in 14 models with load capacities between 7,000 and 15,500 lbs. with maximum travel speeds between 12.1 and 14.3 miles per hour and turning radii between 88 and 101.2 inches. They can lift stacks 100 to 122 inches with maximum lift speeds of 77 to 112 feet per minute. They weigh 11,550 to 21,870 lbs. without their loads.

    Cat Class V Forklifts

    • Cat sells 15 Class V forklifts in the 2P, 2PC and 2PD series with load capacities between 3,000 and 7,000 lbs., maximum travel speeds between 11 and 12.1 miles per hour and turning radii between 76.8 and 98 inches. They can lift stacks between 92.5 and 115.5 inches at lift speeds up to 128 feet per minute. Without their loads, they weigh between 5,650 and 10,590 lbs.

      Cat's P and PD series Class V forklifts come in 17 different models with load capacities up to 36,000 lbs., travel speeds up to 20 miles per hour, and unloaded weights up to 44,357 lbs.

    Hand Pallet Jacks

    • Cat sells four different Class VIII pallet hand trucks with load capacities up to 5,500 lbs. All are walking trucks that the operator must push or pull. They come with fork lengths of 35.5 to 48 inches, vehicle widths between 20.5 and 27 inches, and the ability to raise and lower loads between 2.92 and 7.67 inches.

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