UNLIMITED FREE ACCESS TO THE WORLD'S BEST IDEAS

close

NPFC - A-A-59795

Truck, Lift, Fork, Container Handler, Diesel-Engine-Driven, Pneumatic-Tired, Rough Terain 50,000-Pound Capacity

active, Most Current
Buy Now
Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 29 October 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 10
scope:

This CID covers the general requirements for a commercial, diesel-engine-driven, all-wheel-drive, pneumatic tired, rough terrain container handling forklift truck (RTCH). The RTCH will primarily be used to lift, transport, and stack International Standards Organization (ISO) containers and sea/land containers of 20 and 40 foot lengths on paved, unimproved, mud, and snow surfaces. When using forks in the bottom lift configuration, the vehicle will have the capability to lift, transport, and stack loads up to 50,000 pounds at a 48-inch load center. When using a top handling attachment, the vehicle will have the capability to lift, transport, and stack loads (not including attachment) up to 44,000 pounds at a 48-inch load center.

Document History

A-A-59795
October 29, 2018
Truck, Lift, Fork, Container Handler, Diesel-Engine-Driven, Pneumatic-Tired, Rough Terain 50,000-Pound Capacity
This CID covers the general requirements for a commercial, diesel-engine-driven, all-wheel-drive, pneumatic tired, rough terrain container handling forklift truck (RTCH). The RTCH will primarily be...
May 17, 2012
Truck, Lift, Fork, Container Handler, Diesel-Engine-Driven, Pneumatic-Tired, Rough Terain 50,000-Pound Capacity
This Commercial Item Description (CID) covers the general requirements for a commercial, diesel-engine-driven, all-wheel-drive, pneumatic tired, rough terrain container handling forklift truck...
February 21, 2007
TRUCK, LIFT, FORK, CONTAINER HANDLER, DIESEL-ENGINE-DRIVEN, PNEUMATIC-TIRED, ROUGH TERAIN 50,000-POUND CAPACITY
This Commercial Item Description (CID) covers the general requirements for a commercial, diesel-engine-driven, all-wheel-drive, pneumatic tired, rough terrain container handling forklift truck...

References

Advertisement