Waev has introduced the Bigfoot S, an all-new, compact, agile burden carrier from Taylor-Dunn. Designed for customers who need big towing and payload in tighter facility spaces or desire to have better freight density, the Bigfoot S expands the dynamic line-up of Bigfoot burden carriers with an all-electric offering.
Bigfoot S boasts all-steel construction, a payload of up to 2,000 lb. (900 kg) and a towing capacity of up to 5,000 lb. (2,250 kg).
“Bigfoot has become the unsung hero in industrial and commercial operations across the world,” says Luke Mulvaney, senior vice president and chief revenue officer of Waev. “Not all customers need the extensive payload capacity of the Bigfoot or Bigfoot XL, and that’s where the Bigfoot S comes in. The small but mighty model increases operation inclusivity by offering our lighter application customers all they need, without paying for capacity they don’t.”
In comparison with the Bigfoot, the new compact model has a wheelbase that is 19% shorter, an overall length that is 9% shorter, and a turning radius that is 16% tighter.