Taylor Machine Works has been designing, building, and marketing empty container handlers since the year 1976. The "Big Red" line of Taylors empty container handlers has all the knowledge and experience built in those years. The Taylor empty handlers are called the "All American" units since they are engineered and manufactured in the USA. Taylor is consistently on the cutting edge of industrial technology. The corporation strives to maintain their devotion of manufacturing and engineering the most dependable, best and most productive container handling machinery around, anywhere within the globe.
The company's empty container handlers are outfitted with a wide assortment of masts and attachments so as to better suit your specific needs. The following is a list of units with their standard mast and attachment.
To be able to pick 20 feet throughout 53 feet empty ISO standard containers and empty reefer containers, the TECDS-150H Attachment is able to expand. Any containers measuring more than 40 feet need to have standard 40 feet ISO pickup points. The attachment has 4 corner twist-locks too, electrical signal lights inside the cab, hydraulic slewing and 2 work lights.
Able to deal with 2 separate 20 foot or 40 foot empty ISO standard containers simultaneously is the ELME attachment. It allows for many containers to be stacked on top of each other. Also, this kind of attachment comes with 4 horizontal twist-locks that insert into the side apertures of the upper containers bottom corner castings and the lower container's top corner castings. The highly specialized design of the twist-locks allows block stacking to be accomplished.
Each Taylor unit container lift truck has a Tier Compliant Cummins electronic turbocharged, charged air after-cooled or charged air to air diesel engine. Several of the standard engine features include electronic maintenance and diagnostic monitor, engine/transmission protection, water/fuel separator, improved fuel economy and less overall emissions. Additionally, the transmission available for all 3 models is a 3-speed, fully reversing, non-modulated, power-shift transmission. It comes along with remote shift control and inching capacity.
These specific units have been designed specifically to work in extreme weather in the roughest setting around the world. These models are able to function with ease through thick mud, deep snow and rough terrain. Having the ability to rely on a dependable machinery when you are working in lousy weather and in the middle of nowhere is certainly an important investment for your company.