Construction equipment: S150 rough terrain forklift

Line construction: Sellick Equipment Limited’s S150, 15,000 pound capacity @ 24 in. load center is now in full production. This new rough terrain forcklift model is powered by an economical 74 HP 4 cylinder intercooled tier 4 final electronic engine that produces 295 ft/lbs of torque.

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. 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.

For more information about Sellick Equipment Limited or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.
 

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