The H25-32XM Series benefits from Hyster’s 80 years of experience designing and building forklift trucks and almost 60 years of experience of manufacturing Big Trucks, with lifting capacities over 16 tonnes. These H25-32XM trucks are already the 5th generation machines, since Hyster started producing the first trucks in this capacity range – the ‘A’ Series - in 1951.
Power is provided by either a Cummins Stage IIIA or a Stage IIIB diesel engine, with turbocharger and charge air cooler. These large displacement 6-cylinder engines have very smooth torque characteristics. With the Stage IIIA engine there is no less than 915 Nm of torque available from 900 rpm up to 1500 rpm. With the Stage IIIB engine maximum torque is an impressive 990 Nm @ 1500 rpm. The result is excellent lifting and acceleration power, combined with low fuel consumption.
The Hyster ‘Dual-function’ fork-carriage offers two forkpositioning ranges, in addition to sideshift. A uniquely simple ‘Outer’ and ‘Inner’ mounting position for the fork-positioning cylinders delivers additional application versatility. A ‘Zero in-to-in’ Fork-positioning version is optional, where two forks can be moved together to handle one coil, while still maintaining the possibility to use sideshift. The Dual-function carriage is also Hook-type, with a ‘Quickdisconnect’ feature for fast interchange between forks and a coil ram or another handling attachment.
Outlast the competition
The H25-32XM features an immensely strong integral frame, with massive supports for the mast and axles. The Hyster steer axle, with a single cylinder and non-adjustable tie rods is renowned for its long life and low maintenance requirements.
An engine and transmission protection system is standard equipment. This system initially derates engine power and finally shuts the engine down, helping to prevent possible damage. The protection acts on high engine coolant temperature or low oil pressure, plus on transmission low oil pressure and high oil temperature.
The Hyster carriage is equipped with unique Hyster wear pads, which have been employed for over 20 years across the Hyster Big Truck Range. The latest design features an even higher density of friction material and they can be easily shimmed for easy preventive maintenance.
Building a Hyster Big Truck
Every Hyster Big Truck is built to last, with detail and care going into every stage of the build process.
Take a behind the scenes look at a Hyster Big Truck being constructed at the Hyster Big Truck factory in Nijmegen, Netherlands.