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    Technical specs - FB50 Mitsubishi

    Notice: Every data listed is verified by LECTURA Specs team experts. However, incomplete data and mistakes might occur. Contact our team with any change suggestion.

    Nominal load at COG 4.99 t
    Standard tyres SE 2x/2
    Total width 1450 mm
    Construction height 2350 mm
    Centre of gravity 500 mm
    Voltage 80 V
    Traction motor 18 kW
    Hoist motor 23,5 kW
    Weight 7.3 t
    Battery weight 2,178 t
    Turning radius 2.45 m
    Lifting height 4.5 m
    Travel speed with / without load 15/16 km/h
    Hoisting with / without load 0,31/0,45 m/s
    Lowering with load 0,55/0,5 m/s
    Drive system ###

    All specifications and prices refer to basic models with standard fork carrier, 2 standard prongs without additional hydraulics, battery, charger. With Simplex mast (3,3m up to 10t • 5m > 10t load capacity). L = pneumatic tyres, x = drive, SE = superelastic, P = PUR (Elastollan, Vulkollan), V = solid rubber, ND = low-pressure tyres, 3 = three-wheel, 4 = four-wheel, 6 = six-wheel

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    SE 2x/2

    1450 mm

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