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STILL adds pallet trucks

Wednesday, 12 Jul 2017 ( #829 ) - Hamburg, Germany
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STILL has added a line of sit-on machines
In the wake of the launch of the new SXH 20 and SXD 20 series of stand-on low lift and stand-on high lift pallet trucks last year, STILL has added a line of sit-on machines for medium- and long-distance transport. The new model series comprises the FXH 20/25 N sit-on low lift pallet truck, the FXV 14/16 N sit-on high lift pallet truck and the FXD 20 N double deck pallet truck.

The trucks are designed for heavy-duty industrial service, where high battery capacities and lithium-ion technology ensure high availability.

The new trucks are fitted with a 3 kW three-phase 24v drive motor. This low-maintenance motor guarantees not only high performance but also lower energy consumption.

Sideways battery change via a roller track ensures quick battery changes.

The trucks are also available with Li-Ion battery options with capacities of 205 Ah to 410 Ah.

The new series of trucks have an extremely robust chassis consisting of a torsion-resistant steel frame.

A four-wheel drive system ensures optimum traction at all times, and guarantees safe, stable standing.

Rounded fork ends allow quick insertion into the pallet, which contributes to high goods throughput and safe, secure load handling.
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