Load Lifter Adds LPG Engine Option, 10,000-lb. Capacity Model | Construction News

Load Lifter Manufacturing, Stouffville, Ontario, Canada, now offers an optional LPG engine for its Laborer line of rough-terrain forklifts.

The addition of the optional LPG power plant supports the growing use of rough-terrain forklifts in the industrial sector. Many industrial locations already store propane on site and the addition of LPG power to the Laborer gives industrial applications new choices in their material handling needs.

The company also has expanded the Laborer product line by adding a model with 10,000-lb. maximum capacity. With the new model, the Laborer line now offers capacities of 6,000, 8,000, and 10,000 lbs.

The 10,000-lb. capacity model's wheelbase is just 76 in. Its width is 73.75 in., and its overall length is 140 in.

The whole Laborer product line combines the compact size to maneuver in tight spaces, such as warehouses, with the true rough-terrain performance to also work outside. The combination lets Laborers carry materials from inside to outside in all types of conditions.