Designed to make moving and lifting heavy materials and large boxes as easy as possible, Fallsway can rent a forklift for any application. Our forklift experts can work with you to determine the appropriate forklift rental for your needs. Learn more about the rental forklifts we offer.
Electric Lift Trucks
Designed primarily for indoor use, this forklift is powered by a large industrial battery. All the functions are controlled electrically, and it is available in three or four wheel configurations. While most electric sit down riders use cushion type tires, some are ordered with solid pneumatic tires. Minimum aisle width needed is 11-12 feet with substantial floor capacity.
Cushion Tire Forklifts
These trucks are typically used indoors on hard finished surfaces. They ride on solid rubber tires & can be powered by a variety of fuels. Minimum aisle width needed is 10-14 feet with substantial floor capacity.
Pneumatic Lift Trucks
Designed primarily for outdoor applications where the operating surface is not smooth and may be uneven like a hard packed gravel surface. These trucks utilize larger tires which can either be air filled or pneumatic shaped solid rubber tires.
Powered by: LP, Gasoline, Diesel
Application: Firm Unimproved Surfaces, Improved surfaces, Steel Yards, Construction, Mining, Quarries etc.
Capacities: 3,500 lbs. to 36,000 lbs.
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A narrow aisle forklift that is designed to operate in warehouses. It is a stand-up forklift meaning that the operator is standing up while operating the machine. Its primary function is pulling and placing products on racks inside a warehouse. The forklift is ideal for narrow spaces where is sit down truck simply is not an option. Minimum aisle width needed is 9.5 feet.
This forklift allows the operator to ride on the platform so his or her feet are at the same height as the forks at any given time. This machine is used in warehouses to pick orders—the operator will go up to the level of the product desired and place them on the pallet or platform resting on the forks. Order pickers must always have a tether or lanyard attached on one end to the forklift and the other attached to a belt or harness on the operator. Minimum aisle width needed is approx. 4-6 feet.
Rough Terrain Forklifts
A rough terrain forklift is designed for carrying material over terrain that a normal pneumatic tired forklift will not. The most notable feature of the rough terrain forklift is the oversized, aggressive treaded tires. This enables the machine to traverse bumpy, soft or muddy terrain without getting stuck. Many models of rough terrain forklifts are also 4-wheel drive.