Rough Terrain Forklift features 15,000 lb capacity.

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Powered by 74 hp, 4-cylinder intercooled Tier 4 final electronic engine that produces 295 lb-ft of torque, Model S150 provides 15,000 lb capacity at 24 in. load center. Engine is coupled to fully automatic power shift 4-speed transmission and when equipped with 4 x 4 option, allows for on-the-go engagement of steerable drive axle. Fully isolated operator platform minimizes noise and vibration, while load sense steering and power-assisted brakes minimize operator fatigue.

Original Press Release:

Sellick Equipment Limited Harrow, Ontario, Canada, Announces a New Model of Rough Terrain Forklift

The S150, 15,000 pound capacity @ 24” load center is now in full production. This new model is powered by an economical 74 HP 4 cylinder intercooled tier 4 final electronic engine that produces 295 Ft/LBS of torque. The clean burning diesel does not require exhaust after-treatment, diesel exhaust fluid, nor regeneration cycles. The engine is coupled to a fully automatic power shift 4 speed transmission and when equipped with the 4x4 option, allows for on-the-go engagement of the steerable drive axle.

Operator safety and comfort is consistent with all Sellick models. The S150 features a fully isolated operator platform that reduces noise and vibration, and the overhead guard structure is both ROPS and FOPS certified. Load sense steering and power assisted brakes reduce operator fatigue and increase productivity. Operators can monitor the machines systems through a multi-function digital LCD screen that also provides on board diagnostics that reduces downtime.

The S150 is designed for heavy industrial applications such as steel and plastic pipe manufacturing/distribution, steel fabrication, engineered wood products, concrete products, automotive recycling, public utilities, to name a few.

Established in 1969, Sellick Equipment continues providing quality rough terrain material handling products and support through a North American wide dealer network.

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