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Budget Walkies really stack up

12-04-2011
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Powerlift’s new Walkie range of pedestrian stackers is ideal for budget conscious businesses.

Companies with lower-use requirements for moving bulky goods will welcome the new range.

Ben Samarzia, Powerlift’s National Wholesale Manager, says there are two new more affordable product ranges being released under the Pedestrian Range banner.

“With the new Walkies we’re offering a counterbalance stacker range and a straddle stacker range, says Mr Samarzia.

“Both machines have been thoroughly tested and feature a full 12-month warranty, backed by Powerlift’s proven national sales and service network. They’re ideal for places like bottle shops and printers, or any business with a relatively low monthly hourly usage that needs fast, efficient and cost-effective equipment.

“The counter balance range can handle a 1000kg load and features a full AC drive system with long battery life, excellent performance, quick response and accurate control. The AC drive motor is specially designed to provide stronger power and maintain high speed with a full load, making it particularly efficient. This range also features power steering, which is all about efficiency as well.”

Mr Samarzia says the straddle range comprises two models that can move loads from 1200 to 1600kg.

One model features adjustable straddles while the other comes with standard straddles.

“The adjustable straddle model provides the flexibility to use multi-purpose pallets, so you can either use Australian pallets or Euro skids, he says. “The standard model is for Australian pallets only. Both straddle machines have the same AC drive system and features and functions of the counterbalance model.”

Powerlift also offers a full variation of mast heights, with lifting heights from 3-5m on the Walkie range.

“With the Walkies we’re bringing to the market a low-cost alternative to premium-priced products, fully backed by a comprehensive 12-month warranty and Powerlift’s full national support, says Mr Samarzia.

Powerlift
Ph: 1300 550 607
www.powerlift.com.au

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