Dewitt, NY - June 7, 2010: The Second Quarter 2010 issue of The MHEDA Journal (/pagead/show_ads.js"> On the other hand, Brower touts the benefits of hydrogen fuel cells and how they can improve end-user operations. "The key with fuel cells is to focus on specific high-volume and high-throughput operations," he says. "As long as the fuel cell has fuel in it, it will run at full speed, whereas a lead-acid battery has performance limitations as it discharges. In some applications, a fuel cell can last one and a half to two times longer than a fully charged battery. In a high-throughput environment, the productivity difference can be substantial." For the complete articles, read "Beware Fuel Cell Lift Trucks" and "Fuel Cells Provide End-User Benefits" in the April 2010 issue of The MHEDA Journal Online at /pagead/show_ads.js"> About MHEDA Founded in 1954, the Material Handling Equipment Distributors Association (MHEDA) is the premier source for manufacturing knowledge, education and networking. Through its member journals (www.TheMhedaJournal.org), e-magazines, newsletters and industry wiki (www.wikimheda.org), MHEDA connects the manufacturers of storage and handling, lift trucks and conveyor equipment and distribution leaders for the purpose of delivering optimal solutions to the users of those products. MHEDA publications are the industry's voice for all matters related to the latest technology and the most up-to-date processes spanning the movement and storage of all materials. A 501(c)3 organization, MHEDA members span all of North America.
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