turning circle

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turning circle

n
(Automotive Engineering) the smallest circle in which a vehicle can turn
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turning circle

turning radius (Am) ndiametro di sterzata
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With a tight turning radius, the ESC-AD three-wheel, stand-up narrow aisle forklift's inside motor slows, stops and reverses as the vehicle turns for easier load stacking in limited spaces and congested areas.
Tenders are invited for provision of one (1) zero turning radius
Independent drive motors create an 85-degree turning radius, while a compact, durable frame ensures easy navigation.
Designed with a shorter 6-inch battery compartment, the option reduces the overall turning radius of the truck, providing improved maneuverability in confined spaces and delivering up to a 10% improved head length.
Based on the popular DT-1804 truck model, the 16TD features lower hood lines for improved visibility, a digital operator display, shorter turning radius, ground level maintenance and faster ramp speeds.
A line of narrow aisle forklifts features compact construction and minimal turning radius for operation in confined areas.
Seasoned motorists know that a tight turning radius actually helps one focus more on driving abilities.
Top features include the ability to change the bow angle from port to starboard, slow the boat up to 50 percent, shorten the turning radius of your boat to follow shorelines, and to reduce speeds with help from the main motor.
The Hiriko Fold features wheels that have a zero turning radius and are capable of turning sideways.
Boasting the shortest turning radius in the industry with optional rear steer capabilities, this machine is well-equipped to get the job done.
The i-Mover fits easily into an elevator and maneuvers smoothly through tight spaces with its 180 degree turning radius.