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INFOGRAPHICS

Standard ITA Hook Mount Forklift Forks

Capacity

  • Capacities range from 1,500 - 21,000 lbs
  • Measured at a 24" Load Center
  • Standard ITA Hook Mounts
  • Classes II - IV

Length

  • Lengths range from 32 - 96 inches
  • Measured from Fork Face to Blade Tip
  • Standard ITA Hook Mounts
  • Classes II - IV

Fully Tapered and Polished Forklift Forks

Capacity

  • Capacities range from 5,200 - 21,000 lbs
  • Measured at a 24" Load Center
  • Standard ITA Hook Mounts
  • Classes II - IV

Length

  • Lengths range from 42 - 72 inches
  • Measured from Fork Face to Blade Tip
  • Standard ITA Hook Mounts
  • Classes II - IV

Blank Forklift Forks

Capacity

  • Capacities range from 900 - 79,000 lbs
  • Measured at a 24" Load Center
  • No Mounting System

Length

  • Lengths range from 36 - 120 inches
  • Measured from Fork Face to Blade Tip
  • No Mounting System

PRODUCT LITERATURE

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WHAT CLASS OF FORKS?

Uploaded August 17, 2015

Knowing which forklift forks will fit on your machine is a crucial step in the fork buying process. Watch this quick video to learn a little more about how to determine what class of forklift forks will work for you.

MEET THE MENKE'S

Uploaded July 30, 2015

Mr. Menke talks about his experience ordering forks from Netforks.com for his family's six generation production agri-business.
(Long version)

EASY ORDERING

Uploaded July 2, 2015

Mr. Menke talks about his experience ordering forks from Netforks.com for his family's six generation production agri-business.
(Short version)

ABOUT NETFORKS

Uploaded Jan 7, 2015

NetForks.com is the "new kid on the block" in the online world of replacement forklift forks and attachments. Being new doesn't mean that we don't know what we are doing; rather that we have to deliver better value than our competitors to earn and keep your business.

Construction Attachments: A Guide To Buying Right, Not More

Posted on April 14th, 2016

Before buying those new forks, work platform, carpet pole, or drum lifter, give this a read. It might just save some money, time, and stress. When it comes to lifting a heavy load, most are quick to think having forks with a greater load capacity is always better. This is easy to understand, however, not the correct answer. Having an attachment with a load capacity too low for the job is the wrong way to go for obvious reasons, but having too heavy of an attachment can also hurt the bottom line.

Attachments that are too big for your machine can damage your machine. Adding more weight than necessary to the lifting mechanism of a tractor, loader, telehandler, etc. is never a good idea. This just wears down the lift and costs more over time in maintenance and part replacement.

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The lesson to be learned is to always buy the attachment that is the closest to what the machine requires. If necessary, go with a higher capacity rather than lower, but only if there is not an exact match. This quick tip will not only make a better buying decision, but a more cost efficient one.



The Truth Behind Stated Forklift Fork Capacities:

Posted on July 21st, 2015

When shopping for replacement forklift forks, you are probably looking for forks that can lift a certain amount of weight or capacity, but what is really involved in determining a forklift forks capacity, and, how can similarly sized forks from different companies have different stated load capacities?

Lately, many companies have started basing their posted capacities on a 500mm load center. This means, the maximum lift capacity of the forklift forks are based on the amount of weight the fork could hold if the load’s center of gravity was 500mm or about 20 inches out from the shank/vertical portion of the fork.

This new method goes against the historical industry standard, that measures the load center at 600mm or about 24 inches. If your forklift has a spec. plate on it, it is more likely than not referencing a maximum lift capacity that is based on the 600mm or 24 inch industry standard.

This means, if you purchase forks that have a stated capacity measured at a 500mm or 20 inches, they are actually about 20% weaker than NetForks forks with the same stated capacity.

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Water Cooler Talk: 4 Material Handling Stories to Keep the Conversation Going.

Posted on June 11th, 2015

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NetForks.com has scoured the internet for fascinating news in the Material Handling World. Next time conversation goes quiet at the dinner table, water cooler or in your vehicle you’ll have these topics to bring up.

 

 

 

Have you seen any other Material Handling Stories that you think we should know about. Let us know in the comments below.

 

 

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