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Linde revamps order picker range


Wednesday, 5 Jun 2019 ( #926 ) - Aschaffenburg, Germany
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Linde N20 C
Linde Material Handling is renewing and expanding its range of industrial trucks for order picking applications, starting with eight new models of the Linde N20 C low-level order picker.

The new models have been designed to ensure comfortable, safe and cost-optimised order picking in the load range between 1.2 and 2.5 T

"With the various versions of our new order picker, customers can keep their logistics costs under control in traditional person-to-goods applications and increase the efficiency of their warehouse," says Eloïse Lévêque, international product manager at Linde Material Handling.

The Linde N20 C is operated via the new, height-adjustable steering wheel – a highlight of the new industrial truck generation. Rocker switches for forward and reverse driving are integrated into the round shape which has a rubberised surface for optimum grip. They can be operated on both sides using the thumb or index finger.

To ensure driving is as distraction-free as possible, the Linde engineers have deliberately positioned the multi-function colour display below the steering wheel. The clearly arranged screen displays the most important information relevant to the truck – from the state of the battery charge to service instructions.

The Linde N20 C comes with a range of standard and optionally available safety features. These features include the hydraulically assisted braking unit – one of three braking systems on board. It varies the braking effect of the order picker in relation to the load picked up. The Linde Curve Control system reduces the speed in relation to the steering angle and prevents tip-over accidents when navigating corners. To reduce expensive damage to shelves, goods or the vehicle itself, special bumpers can be mounted on the front of the truck. Additional equipment features such as powerful LED front headlamps, the Linde BlueSpot, front panoramic mirror, protective screens or grids for the mast and various load guards round off the range of offerings.
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