The BASIC hydraulic stacker truck with single mast is an ideal solution for the manual transport of pallets or piece goods. These trucks can also be used for occasional stacking and retrieving of pallets or for loading and unloading HGVs without the aid of a ramp.
Low-maintenance and highly robustLoads can be lifted via the foot pedal or tillerRubberised tiller handle for maximum comfortMechanical parking brake for security and stability
The BASIC hydraulic stacker truck with single mast is the affordable entry-level model for occasional stacking operations
With its manual lift function, the truck enables straightforward lifting of pallets via the hydraulic foot pump or by operating the reinforced tiller. The lowering valve in the tiller head enables fully variable lowering of the load with utmost precision. The ergonomic, rubberised handle is very comfortable to work with, particularly in lower temperatures.
The robust tubular push handles fitted to the steel frame ensure excellent manoeuvrability. The low weight and compact dimensions ensure safe and easy operation of the BASIC hydraulic stacker truck, even in confined spaces.
The sturdy welded frame with central support and load forks made from torsion-resistant sectional steel easily withstands loads of up to 1000 kg. Thanks to the maximum lift height of 1600 mm and the fixed fork arms, pallets can be raised and deposited with utmost ease and safety, even at higher rack levels. When lifting and lowering the pallets, additional stability is ensured by the mechanical parking brakes on the 2 steering castors.
Thanks to the single mast, the height of the truck always remains the same, regardless of whether the forks are raised or lowered. The metal grid fitted within the steel frame offers protection against falling objects and provides a clear view in the direction of travel.
The two large steering castors and single fork rollers are made from wear-resistant nylon, thereby ensuring extremely smooth running.
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