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Mitsubishi FB16PNT/FB18PNT/FB20PNT

Powered by heavy-duty AC drive and hydraulic motors as well as powerful Mitsubishi PM-1000 controllers, Mitsubishi’s FB16PNT-FB20PNT electric 3-wheel forklifts provide outstanding performance levels. Compared to traditional hydrostatic power steering forklifts, these Mitsubishi forklift models feature improved overall energy efficiencies, operator comfort and durability with the electric power steering.



Basic Capacity lb.   3,000 3,500  4,000 
Maximum Fork Height² in.   258.5  
Voltage    36/48 25 25
Length to Fork Face in. 114.9 119.2 120.2
Chassis Width in.  42.9
Chassis Height¹ in.  83.7
Gross Weight¹ in.  6826 7171 7756


¹ Where applicable, does not reflect optimal mast collapsed height or additional weight.
² Various lift heights available to match your exact needs. Where applicable, value shown is maximum fork height available as an optional mast. 

These Mitsubishi 3-wheel electric lift trucks offer several operator safety and comfort features. The Integrated Presence System locks out the lift truck’s hydraulic and powered travel, provides a warning buzzer and illuminates a seat belt icon on the display should an operator try to drive it without the seat belt engaged. Controlled cornering automatically reduces the forklift’s speed when taking corners and the easy-to-read display provides operators with key information during operation as well as diagnostic information for service technicians. The overall ergonomic design of the Mitsubishi FB16PNT-FB20PNT models helps with operator efficiency throughout the entire shift.


Another design feature specifically for service technicians are the easily accessible location of components resulting in hassle-free servicing and greater uptime. Sealed motors protect against contaminants like dust and moisture, which allows the Mitsubishi FB16PNT-FB20PNT modeled forklifts to work in both inside and outside applications. Added protection is provided with the wet disc brakes, which are more durable and outperform typical brake systems, particularly when it comes to wet or corrosive elements.