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Baumann S.r.l.

Baumann S.r.l.

Via Palesega 1 | Cavaion (VR) 37010 | Italy |

New machines: 1 Machines

4547254 | 4547254

2024 Baumann  HX 40/14/40

Base Capacity:  8,818 lb
Lifting height:  157 in
Mast type:  2 Stage
Engine type: Diesel
Load center: 27 in
Down Height: 112 in
Free Lift: 23 in
Fork length: 54 in
Forks: LxBxD: 1380mm x 150 mmx 50 mm
Front tires: Pneumatic Tire 27x10.12 PR24 Luft
Rear tires: Pneumatic Tire 27x10.12 PR24 Luft
4547254 | 4547254

2024 Baumann HX 40/14/40

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Baumann S.r.l. | 37010 Cavaion (VR) | Italy
History / Company Information

BAUMANN S.r.l.- Der Seitenstapler-Hersteller und -Spezialisten aus Cavaion seit 1969!

Ein optimierter Materialfluss erfordert Transport- lösungen mit zuverlässigen Geräten welche exakt auf die Last und den Raum abgestimmt sind. Baumann S.r.l., Cavaion, bietet seit über 40 Jahren eine Vielzahl an Seitenstapler für das Handling langer und sperriger Güter.

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Mit über 40 Jahren Erfahrung in der Entwicklung, Konstruktion und im Bau von Seitenstaplern zählt der Hersteller Baumann S.r.l. zu den führenden Anbietern.

Mit hochwertigen Komponenten weltweit namhafter Lieferanten sowie mit einem hohen Eigenfertigung- santeil werden seit 1969 am Produktionsstandort in Cavaion Seitenstapler von Baumann S.r.l. für unsere Kunden in der ganzen Welt erzeugt. Mit einem dichten Vertriebs- und Servicenetz auf allen Kontinenten werden kundennah Transportlösungen umgesetzt und qualifizierter Kundendienst zur Verfügung gestellt.

Kundennutzen und Kundenzufriedenheit sind die klar definierten Ziele unseres Unternehmens und unserer Mitarbeiter.

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Latest news Baumann

New Addition At Baumann USA
05/17/2024 - Baumann Sideloaders
New Addition At Baumann USA

A great pleasure to host a new arrival from Cavaion Baumann USA at our factory in Italy this week. The post New Addition At Baumann USA appeared first on Baumann Sideloaders.

Electric Atmosphere for EGX X-Plus Launch
07/12/2023 - Baumann Sideloaders
Electric Atmosphere for EGX X-Plus Launch

A former steel mill played host to our lavish launch of the new electric EGX X-Plus with the remarkable new SafeLoad Assistance safety system. The post Electric Atmosphere for EGX X-Plus Launch appeared first on Baumann Sideloaders.

What Makes Baumann’s SafeLoad Assistance A Game Changer?
05/04/2023 - Baumann Sideloaders
What Makes Baumann’s SafeLoad Assistance A Game Changer?

Even the best trained and most capable operator cannot know the correct load centre in every case, perhaps until it is too late. The post What Makes Baumann’s SafeLoad Assistance A Game Changer? appeared first on Baumann Sideloaders.

EGX X-Plus Series Launched
05/04/2023 - Baumann Sideloaders
EGX X-Plus Series Launched

A new 120-volt Baumann has been launched at LogiMAT 2023, equipped with technology to enhance safety and efficiency. The post EGX X-Plus Series Launched appeared first on Baumann Sideloaders.

- Baumann Sideloaders
What Makes Baumann’s SafeLoad Assistance A Game Changer?

Even the best trained and most capable operator cannot know the correct load centre in every case, perhaps until it is too late. The post What Makes Baumann’s SafeLoad Assistance A Game Changer? appeared first on Baumann Sideloaders.

All materials handling equipment, from counterbalance forklifts to sideloaders, reach trucks to reach stackers, are classified based on the safe amount of weight they can lift – their nominal capacity.
A number of real-world factors influence this ‘safe working load limit’, including the truck’s counterweight, the type of mast, weight and deration effect on the truck, and the height and reach at which the load is held. Even the tyre pressures, weather, ground conditions and inclination can influence the outcome.
It is difficult for manufacturers to know all these different variables, so to help accommodate some of these factors, manufacturers use a crucial parameter – the load centre.
Every load has a centre of gravity. The point at which the weight is focussed. It may be the physical centre of the load, but if the load is heavy at one side and light at the other, it will not.
When forklift manufacturers talk about load centres, they refer to the distance between the centre of gravity of the load being lifted (remember, this may be different to the physical centre point) and the inner heel of the forklift’s forks. It is a critical factor in determining the maximum weight capacity and stability of a forklift or sideloader, and basically says the machine is safe, when used “in this specific way.”
The truck’s load centre is usually expressed in inches or millimetres, and whether the operator adheres to this therefore varies depending on the size, shape, and weight distribution of the load being lifted.
So, each truck’s nominal capacity comes with a caveat – it is based on a pre-determined load centre, typically 600mm or 700mm (or more, depending on the fork length).
If the load centre is 600mm, the truck’s capacity will decrease as the load’s weight shifts further away from the fork heels. If you exceed the rated load centre, the machine becomes unstable and can tip over.  This is because the load’s weight shifts too far away from the back of the forks, causing the centre of gravity to shift too far forward or backward.
This can be dangerous for the operator and anyone nearby, as the forklift may tip over or drop the load unexpectedly.
To prevent accidents and ensure safety, it is important to know the load centre of the load you are handling and the nominal capacity of the machine.
The machine is easy, it’s in the specification documents and ratings plate, but how do you determine the load centre of a load, particularly if it is uneven, and not on a pallet? Even if you do know the load’s own centre of gravity and load centre, can you be sure every load is held within the specific distance from the heel of the forks?
Even the best trained and most capable operator cannot know in every case, perhaps until it is too late.
To overcome this issue, there are usually two options – using a larger capacity machine with a greater margin for error – this comes at a price as they are typically larger and more expensive. The second option implemented by major forklift manufacturers are measures to minimise risk.
Some use sensors at the top of the mast to detect any oscillation. Built in weigh scales determine the current lift height and the load weight, a central controller unit processes all the data and sends control signals to the mast’s drive motor to take specific counter-movements.
Others restrict the mast travel speed and angle to minimise sway and combine it with counter measures in the axle to reduce the tipping effects. Depending on your point of view, these give operators either a greater level of confidence, or a false sense of security.
In truth, none calculate the load centre. The load centre is a difficult concept to factor-in when working in the real world, so these systems are inelegant solutions to a difficult problem.
Baumann sideloaders are rated at 600mm or 700mm load centres. Our nominal capacities mean that every load below the capacity can be safely carried when the load centre is respected.
“When we calculate the capacities of our trucks, like reach truck manufacturers, we also must factor-in the lifting height and outreach of the mast,” says sales director, Fabio Bernieri. “We also add body tilt, tilting carriages, pantographs and many additional factors into the equation.”
Despite the careful calculations, lifting a load at the fork tip or just not realising it exceeds the truck capacity can lead to a dangerous situation.
Adds Fabio: “For much of the past decade we have sought a solution and tried many different methods of determining how to help operators respect the load centre. Today, we have found the answer, with SafeLoad Assistance.”
SafeLoad Assistance uses sensors in the truck chassis to monitor the forces acting on the front and rear axles to determine the level of safety. Software in the cabin processes the forces and calculates the relative tipping point of the truck in relation to these forces.
It therefore by-passes the load centre problem and provides a more accurate and reliable guide to the safe operating level. A simple screen in the cabin shows the safety levels relative to the truck’s tipping point.
Operators can respond instantly to the warning to prevent dangerous situations occurring. Costly or harmful levels of damage to products, building infrastructure, machines, operators and pedestrians can be dramatically reduced.
Furthermore, the machine can measure the number of times the safe level is exceeded, and managers can assess operator capabilities and machine suitability.
“This is a game changer,” says managing director, Klaus Pirpamer. “A decade ago, this is something we could have only dreamed about. We have spent many years looking at this. The technology has evolved to allow us to find the right way to answer the load centre question, to give the accurate levels of safety the market has always desired.”
“The biggest challenge was finding the best way to take into account all the many variables at play,” adds technical director, Riccardo Bove. “We have tried different methods, some were extremely promising in accurately predict the tipping point, but because it is a crucial safety measurement, the system must be infallible. That is perhaps the reason why no company has been able to solve the problem, until now.”
The post What Makes Baumann’s SafeLoad Assistance A Game Changer? appeared first on Baumann Sideloaders.

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SCN Stapler Center Nord GmbH 17034 Neubrandenburg Germany
SCN Stapler Center Nord GmbH 18198 Stäbelow Germany
SCN Stapler Center Nord GmbH 19073 Wittenförden Germany
Hedemann GmbH 26639 Wiesmoor Germany
Arbor AG 3067 Boll Switzerland
Schleifer GmbH 35614 Aßlar Germany
BHT Burger Hub- u. Transportmittel GmbH 35745 Herborn Burg Germany
HFH Herbst Gabelstapler und Lagertechnik GmbH 38112 Braunschweig Germany
TECKLENBORG GmbH 45891 Gelsenkirchen Germany
F. Wiener GmbH 4655 Vorchdorf Austria
Alfons Strupp GmbH 54441 Wellen Germany
Ludwig Piffer GmbH 6241 Radfeld Austria
Tirler Gabelstapler GmbH 6850 Dornbirn Austria
Felder Gabelstabler 6863 Egg Austria
Hald & Grunewald GmbH 72108 Rottenburg-Ergenzingen Germany
Gabelstapler Förder Geräte Hans Tatsek GmbH 73433 Aalen-Oberalfingen Germany
Georg Hirtz GmbH & Co. KG 76661 Philippsburg Germany
Schöler Fördertechnik AG 79618 Rheinfelden Germany
Gabelstapler Graf Maschinen- & Fahrzeughandel e.K. 84076 Pfeffenhausen Germany
Josef Siegl GmbH 85757 Karlsfeld bei München Germany
Löffler Gabelstapler 93083 Obertraubling Germany
Gothaer Fördergeräte Center GmbH & Co KG 99867 Gotha Germany
Kirchner Gabelstapler GmbH 99947 Bad Langensalza Germany
STAREP GmbH 99974 Mühlhausen Germany
Used: 16 Machines