HWXE 30/40 PWXE 30/40
Electric 24 Volt
6000 / 8000 lbs
(2720 / 3630 kg)
Quiet, Low Maintenance Operation
Spiral bevel gears are immersed in an oil bath and sealed in a heavy-duty case
Heavy Duty Ball Bearing Able to Endure High Shock
Single Assembly System
The integral pump, motor and reservoir assembly does not require a breather cap eliminating a potential leak site and point where dirt can enter the system.
AC Drive Motor/Control
Keeps out dust and contaminants
Wet environment is not an issue
Better suited for food processing
No Brushes to Change or Commutator to Turn Ever
Routine brush changes are eliminated
No need to pull the motor to turn and undercut the commutator
Much less likely to burn-out motor during a stall
Three Forms of Regenerative Braking
Change of direction
Tiller Up or Down
Advanced Thermal Protection
Prevents heat damage to the motor and control
Rugged Frame & Forks
Frame is fabricated from formed steel plate and bar steel reinforcements for optimum strength and rigidity.
Forks also incorporate formed steel toes plus entry and exit rollers for improved pallet handling.
Adjustable to maintain proper fork height over the life of the unit
Constructed from steel bar stock for maximum strength and durability
Extreme-duty bronze bushings are used at lift linkage pivot points
Spring-loaded Stability Casters
Maintains contact on uneven surfaces
Three-lug design reduces binding and promotes longer pin and bushing life
All pivot points are greaseable and feature steel backed bushings
Handles are available with either twist grip or thumb operated control
Allows the operator to choose low or high speed range based on the application
Minimal Steering Effort
Low mounted steer handle on the PWX provides increased leverage
Ample Foot Room on Rider Platform
Top mounted handle on HWXE
Entry and exit rollers plus tapered slides improve pallet entry and exit
Manufacturing, Warehousing & Distribution
HWXE/PWXE...The foundation of the CLARK Powrworker® line continues to set the standard for rugged dependability since its introduction as the industry's first hydraulically powered low-lift in 1920.
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