Milk Tine Attachments are specifically designed for high volume loading and unloading of bottled milk crates within a diary or delivery depot.
Approximate lead time: Approx 2-3 days
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|Model||Weight (kg)||C of G (mm)||LLC (mm)||ITA / FEM Class||Capacity (kg) at 600mm L.C||Number of Tines||Length of Tine (mm)||Price||Qty|
|IMT-0||195||110||95||2A||1140||4||1140||Call/Enquire for prices|
|IMT-1||205||110||95||2A||1140||4||1141||Call/Enquire for prices|
|IMT-2||258||95||95||2A||1710||6||1142||Call/Enquire for prices|
|IMT-3||256||95||90||2A||1250||4||1143||Call/Enquire for prices|
- Remove existing forks from fork carriage.
- Position the attachment so as parallel to the finish floor level.
- Remove the quick release bottom hangers by pulling out the safety ‘R’ clip and retracting retaining pin.
- Position the forklift behind the attachment back plate and centralise the forklift carriage with the back plate.
- Drive towards the back plate with the mast tilted forward and hook the top carriage rail under the top hangers of the back plate, ensuring that the location peg on the back plate locates into the central castellation of the forklift carriage.
- Whilst raising the forklift carriage tilt mast back to the vertical position until the attachment is clear of the finish floor level.
- Reposition the quick release bottom hangers ensuring the safety ‘R’ clip is correctly inserted.
- The attachment is now ready for use.
- The Carriage Mounted attachment should be inspected weekly for general condition with particular attention paid to: A – All weld points, B – Wear and distortion of quick release bottom hangers, C – Any damaged/worn components, D – Alignment of Forks
- Damage or failure must be reported and rectified immediately prior to re-use of the attachment.
- General surface rusting especially in the critical areas should be treated with proprietary inhibitors, primers and paint on a regular basis.
- This product is certified for six (6) months from the date of manufacture after which it is the customer’s responsibility to have the product re-tested at an approved testing facility or inspected and logged in a register by a competent person as advised by the HSE.
Health & Safety
- The manager of the department or section where the attachment is to be used must be responsible for ensuring the operators are fully conversant with the attachment, its operation, maintenance and that the retaining pins are fitted.
- Ensure both the truck and attachments are capable of handling the intended load and its contents.
- Do not attempt to attach the Milk Tine attachment to the forklift carriage without firstly removing the quick release bottom hangers.
- Ensure that the Milk Tine attachment is fully inserted into the load before lifting commences.
- Do not tip load the attachment.
- Do not shock load the attachment under any circumstances.
- The safe working load must not be exceeded.
- Bolt in tines complete with nylon nuts for ease of replacement
- Heavy duty vertical load guard
- Painted black