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Residual Capacity

Calculate your residual capacity. The calculation sheet only shows an estimated residual capacity. Residual capacity can be affected by various factors such as lift height and load centre. Contact the relevant forklift manufacturer for the exact residual capacity. Never exceed the nominal capacity of the positioner.

#### Forklift

 Model Forklift capacity P1 kg Load center F mm Thickness of fork back D mm Center front wheel axle to back of fork A mm Load length L mm

#### PMC Attachment fork positioner

 Model Capacity P2 kg Load center F mm Lost load center LLC mm Center of gravity HCG mm Weight of attachment G kg

#### Forklift nominal momentum

 A= {{ fnm_a | number }} + D= {{ fnm_d | number }} + F= {{ fnm_f | number }} = {{ fnm_result_primary | number }} mm P1= {{ fnm_p1 | number }} × {{ fnm_result_primary | number }} = {{ fnm_result_secondary | number }} kg mm

#### Momentum of attachment

 A= {{ ma_a | number }} + HCG= {{ ma_hcg | number }} = {{ ma_result_primary | number }} mm Q= {{ ma_q | number }} × {{ ma_result_primary | number }} = {{ ma_result_secondary | number }} kg mm {{ fnm_result_secondary | number }} - {{ ma_result_secondary | number }} = {{ ma_result_tertiary | number }} kg mmResidual capacity of the forklift {{ ma_result_tertiary | number }} ÷ {{ rcf_result_primary | number }} = {{ ma_result_quaternary | number }} kgResidual momentum

#### Residual capacity of the forklift

 A= {{ rcf_a | number }} + LLC= {{ rcf_llc | number }} + L÷2= {{ rcf_l2 | number }} = {{ rcf_result_primary | number }} mm