Forks with ISO Suspension



Today, the ISO suspension is world-wide the most common way of connecting forks to the lift-truck. According to the rated truck capacity the ISO standard consists of 5 classes, each of them having a form 'A' and 'B' (e.g. class '2A' or '2B'). The difference in the forms 'A' and 'B' ist the fork drop (clearance lower hook to floor). All measures are defined in the international standard ISO 2328. In the table below, the most important measures are listed.

  • Current standard for the suspension for forks
  • Suspension is made by fork hooks slided onto the fork carrier
  • Characteristic is a 20° bevelling at the fork hook / profile of fork carrier
  • WithOptimaForkHeelfor up to triple operating life
  • Produced out of VETTER special fork steel

Norms ISO forks

  • Connection measures according to ISO 2328
  • Production according to ISO 2330:
    • Minimum triple static load without permanent deformation
    • Minimum 1,000,000 stress cylcles with 25 % overload

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