Posted: November 17, 2023
Forklifts are used on a daily basis within many different commercial industries. Agricultural workers, people who work on construction sites, warehouses and manufacturers rely on them to get everyday jobs done. Since they are such an important part of numerous different business operations, it is important to use the type of forklift that is best for your business. And that brings us to electric verses propane forklifts.
Electric forklifts operate with the help of an electric motor that has a rechargeable battery. This means that they will eventually run out of power every few hours and need to be recharged before they are able to operate again.
Instead of using any kind of electric motor or battery, these forklifts rely on propane gas to operate and work. Since they produce minimal carbon emissions, they are safe to use in well-ventilated indoor areas, which increases their popularity among warehouse workers, distribution centers and manufacturers.
Propane forklifts have propane tank cylinders that store their supply of propane. Once that propane has been used up, the cylinder simply needs to be replaced with a full one. This means that there is no need to find a way to charge a propane forklift, which makes it a convenient choice for any work done outside of warehouses and manufacturing sites.
There are a whole lot of reasons why warehouses, distribution centers and construction sites choose to use propane gas powered forklifts. Here are a few:
If you are in Brown, Comanche and Erath Counties in Texas, know that you can turn to Hill Gas for forklift propane. Our retail locations in Brownwood, Comanche and De Leon are open Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm and we will be happy to refill your propane cylinder during that time. We also pride ourselves on offering the most dependable propane delivery services in all of central Texas.
Contact us to become a Hill Gas customer today.