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Allis-Chalmers forklift rebuilt motors

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Summary

The history of Allis-Chalmers is almost larger than the forklift history itself. It is why this company was one of the most important in this field, for over 100 years and their product at the date is used by a large number of loyal customers. Lift Parts Warehouse offers forklift rebuilt motors of this brand, whether DC or AC type. An excellent choice for anyone who needs to buy a new one for a forklift.

Table of contents

  1. About Allis-Chalmers
  2. Forklifts through time
  3. What kind of electric motor uses an Allis-Chalmers forklift?
  4. Allis-Chalmers rebuilt electric motors at Lift Parts Warehouse
  5. Takeaways

About Allis-Chalmers

The company was founded in 1901. Edward Allis bought his father's sawmill company in 1889, and then other important industrial businesses were integrated into this company. First, this company was focused on mining and milling equipment. Over the years, it became one of the world's largest heavy machinery manufacturers.

Allis-Chalmers bought many companies. They bought Dolese Brothers in 1911, Cleveland Twist Drill Company in 1912, McGraw Electric Co., and many others. In the long run, Allis-Chalmers' fundamental strategic weakness started to hurt them. They were a large company in terms of market capitalization, but they did not have power equipment or farm vehicles that were as big as General Electric or Westinghouse.

Allis-Chalmers was a company that made different machines, all with quality. They designed and built all sorts of equipment for years, from tractors to power plants. They employed many people over the years until they closed their doors in the 1990s. What they created is still around us today and used by many companies and people.

Allis-Chalmers logo

Allis-Chalmers was having financial problems in the 1980s. One problem they had was that they were forced to sell their farm equipment division in 1985. Finally, in 1990, AGCO bought the rest of their assets, and from then, they took care of the production and manufacturing of this kind of equipment.

Forklifts through time

Allis-Chalmers is one of the oldest companies that made heavy machinery, but the history of forklifts goes further than that. In 1913, the idea of a truck that could lift heavy loads was around, but in 1917, the first forklift made its appearance, and it quickly became an industry standard. A forklift is a machine that one person can operate. It can lift or transport large objects like pallets or boxes without needing anyone nearby to help out with support whenever required - no more muscle power is required.

Allis Chalmers forklift ACE30

Now, talking about the electric forklift truck, in 1920, the first electric forklift was introduced to the market. This industrial vehicle had a mast and raising forks that could lift high enough for loading and unloading purposes (more than 2 meters). This innovative design also included an auto-toothed winding pinion gear system which allowed it to run smoothly on its own without any human help. The forklift is a piece of equipment that is very helpful in the workplace. There have been many upgrades to safety and efficiency, making them even better for work.

What kind of electric motor uses an Allis-Chalmers forklift?

Allis-Chalmers forklifts come with either an AC or DC motor. These two are the most popular types of motors for forklifts, and they operate on different principles. The DC motor works with the direct current, while an AC unit requires alternating voltage from a source such as batteries or solar panels to have energy available. For those who are not familiar, the two types of forklift electric motors that can be found on these machines offer their advantages depending upon what you'll need your device for and how much power it's capable of producing at different wattages available within each specific model type (therefore differing prices).

Forklift electric motor

The efficiency, power, and torque of a motor are directly related to the current it uses. AC motors are a bit more powerful than their DC counterparts. However, DC motors make better use of their input energy with higher efficiencies than AC machines.

The regulation of speed for a DC motor is simple, but it's not as common in industrial applications as the AC motor, even though its functioning is more complex. Another difference that you would notice is that the DC motor of an electric forklift has brushes and commutators. For this reason, your forklifts could be slightly louder when they're working. The AC motor of the electric forklift is quieter than its DC counterpart. This is because it doesn't have any brushes and commutators, which means that maintenance is also lower, extending its lifespan.

Allis-Chalmers rebuilt electric motors at Lift Parts Warehouse

One of the most important factors to consider is the price. A new motor will be much more expensive than a rebuilt one. At LPW, we offer a variety of forklift rebuilt motors that are waiting for you. We know how important it is to find the correct forklift rebuilt motor in stock, so our inventory varies with what customers need!

The Allis-Chalmers rebuilt motors are cheaper than other brands and are a high-quality product. These forklift electric motors are confident and durable when used in the most common forklifts. For example, we have the forklift rebuilt motor 4905947. It is one of the most reliable when talking about performance. The design of this motor is excellent, and it does not rust or corrode over time. Allis-Chalmers electric motors are very efficient and long-lasting. For example, the forklift rebuilt motor 4908011 is very cost-effective, and also it can be used in many ways and is a high-quality machine. For the more demanding customers, we have the forklift rebuilt motor 4930968 and also the forklift rebuilt motor4800579.

Allis-Chalmers forklift rebuilt motor

It's essential to know the difference between repairing and rebuilding a motor. Repairing just fixes problems, but rebuilding is when you fully recondition a device to work as well as a new one. The process consists of replacing all the parts in it, which might be broken or just old. Rebuilt motors are an option if you need to replace the one damaged in your electric forklift with a meager budget.

Performance is just as important to us at LPW, and we know that a high-quality rebuild can help you get more out of your forklift. That's why our experts perform thorough tests on each motor before it goes to your hands, so there are no headaches or issues during operation time!

Takeaways

  • Allis-Chalmers was a company that made different machines over the years. They sold their farm equipment division in 1985 and finally closed its doors in 1990.
  • The first electric forklift was introduced in 1920 to the market.
  • Allis-Chalmers forklift electric motors come with either an AC or DC.
  • LPW provides Allis-Chalmers forklift rebuilt motors at a variety of prices to suit the needs of customers.

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