Forklift Classifications

All forklift trucks can be categorized into one of seven different classifications. It is important that you know your equipment types in order to provide your operators with the proper training.

Class I: Electric Motor Rider Trucks
Counterbalanced Rider Type, Stand Up, Class 1 Forklift
Three Wheel Electric Trucks, Sit Down Class 1 Forklift
Counterbalanced Rider, Cushion Tires, Sit Down Class 1 Forklift
Counterbalance Rider, Pneumatic or Either Type Tire, Sit Down Class 1 Forklift
Class II: Electric Motor Narrow Aisle Trucks
High Lift Straddle Class 2 Forklift
Order Picker Class 2 Forklift
Reach Type Outrigger Class 2 Forklift
Side Loaders, High Lift Pallet Class 2 Forklift
Side Loaders, High Lift Platform Class 2 Forklift
Turret Trucks lift code 4 Class 2 Forklift
Low Platform lift code 6 Class 2 Forklift
Low pallet lift code 6 Class 2 Forklift
Class III: Electric Motor Hand Trucks or Hand/Rider Trucks
Low Lift Platform Class 3 Forklift
Low Lift Pallet Class 3 Forklift
Tractors Class 3 Forklift
Low Lift Walkie Central Control Class 3 Forklift
Reach Type Outrigger Class 3 Forklift
High Lift Straddle Class 3 Forklift
High Lift Pallet Class 3 Forklift
High Lift Counterbalance Class 3 Forklift
Low Lift Walkie/Rider Pallet and End Contro Class 3 Forklift
Class VII: Rough Terrain Forklift Trucks

Class VII – Rough terrain forklift is a generic term used to describe forklifts typically intended for use on unimproved natural terrain and disturbed terrain construction sites. However, the term “rough terrain” does not imply that the forklift can be safely operated on every conceivable type of terrain.

Rough Terrain Vertical Mast Type Forklift Trucks
Rough Terrain Variaable Reach Type Class 7 Forklift Trucks
Rough Terrain Truck Trailer Mounted Class 7 Forklift Trucks

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