Forklift Level Indicator

Forklift Level Indicator

Improve Safety | Reduce Damages | Increase productivity

Even your best forklift drivers have problems judging the tilt of their forks when entering or exiting pallets. The risk of pallets mistakenly being pushed or pulled off of a rack or stack is significant. OSHA requires level forks when lifting people on a safety platform. Take control of these problems, by making a forklift level indicator part of your driver safety equipment.


Forklift Level Indicators also know as tilt levelers Counterbalanced Forklift (mast tilt)

  • Designed to attach to right side of mast
  • Works equally well if you flip it upside down and attach to left side of mast
Forklift Level Indicators - reach truck mast indicators Reach Truck (Fork Carriage Tilt)

  •  Uses two paired boxes and RFID Technology. One box attaches to fork carriage to measure the tilt of the forks, and it sends a signal to a second display box in front of the operator.
  • Also works well on construction boom trucks


Reduce Forklift Damage

The main cause of product, rack and equipment damage is forks tilted at the wrong angle. If the forks are not level, drivers can spear product from inside or above the pallet opening, bend or push over racking, and splinter pallets. The Flat Fork Leveler will quickly pay for itself through less damages.


Dimensions –  2 7/8″ (L)  x  2 1/4″ (W) x 6 1/4″ (H)  

Weight (with batteries) – 1 lb. 10 z. (734g)

Power Source – 2 standard “D” alkaline batteries

Housing – Rugged ABS box, stainless steel fasteners, nickel coated rare-earth magnets, lean labels. Tightly sealed for IP67 Rating.