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Forklift Attachment Capacity: Fact vs. Fiction

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Forklift Attachment Capacity: Fact vs. Fiction

Forklift Attachment Capacity: Fact vs. Fiction When considering capacity of potential attachments for your forklift, it’s crucial to review the forklift’s rating at its load center, which determines how much weight the machine can safely lift. This will also determine what is possible when attempting to build and implementing longer, high-capacity attachments. Since forklifts are rated at a load center, the further out you want to lift, the lower the capacity becomes. A 5,000-lb. capacity forklift will lift that much weight up to 48-inch forks (with a 24-inch load center) but going out to 60 inches (with a 30-inch load center),...

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Walkie-Stacker, Basic Types & Application Guidelines.

Posted by Satpal Bhuller on

Walkie-Stacker, Basic Types & Application Guidelines.

 Walkie-Stacker , Basic Types & Application Guidelines. A walkie stacker or pedestrian walk-behind stacker is a walk behind pallet truck with a mast for lifting pallets to heights. There are many different types of walkie stackers that are suited to different applications. In this blog post we will outline each of them and provide some walkie stacker basic application guidelines. Walkie Stackers can be either powered or manual. They are most commonly used for transporting & lifting pallets where a forklift is not necessary; such as in store rooms, small warehouses and specialised warehousing sections or as a backup for...

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The Difference Between The Stacker And The Forklift

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The Difference Between The Stacker And The Forklift

The Difference Between The Stacker And The Forklift The difference between the stacker and the forklift is that the height of the heap is a little different from the forklift, and the forklift is a general forklift, and the goods are forked in the factory. Stacking cars are more. Those high lift forklifts are good access machine, also known as stacker, used in automated warehouse crane. The means of stacking is to pile the goods higher and higher, and to become a stack. Stacker is a kind of wheeled vehicle for loading and unloading, heap height, stacking and short distance...

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Pallet Jacks and Trucks Electric Vs. Manual

Posted by Satpal Bhuller on

Pallet Jacks and Trucks Electric Vs. Manual Pallet jacks are a must-have for most warehouses. They save time, are easily to maneuver and go where large forklifts can’t. In today’s post, we’ll review the pros and cons of manual and electric pallet jacks - also known as pallet trucks and hand forklifts. Pallet Jacks and Trucks: Manual vs. Electric For some operations, the productivity gains of an electric pallet jack far outweigh the additional cost. But for others, it’s a toss up, so we’ll review the pros and cons of each.   Manual Pallet Jacks: Pros and ConsManual pallet jacks...

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Electric Double scissor lifts for inner City Goods Delivery, now available from SkyJacks.

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Electric Double scissor lifts for inner City Goods Delivery, now available from SkyJacks.

Skyjacks have recently supplied a Electric Double Scissor Lift for a building project in the Melbourne CBD that has eliminated the problem of bulk food deliveries to a retail outlet situated on the second level of a commercial building. Previously, all goods had to be individually carried upstairs to the storeroom, with heavy cartons, bags and drums all adding to risk of injuries. The Skyjacks double scissor lifts are located in a shallow pit, allowing for goods to be wheeled onto it with a pallet truck or a hand trolley. Simple operation controls on the double scissor lifts elevate them...

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