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Thu Jul 18 2019

Lencrow unveils new EP power pallet truck


The new EPT-20-WA pallet jack brings together high quality components from around the world and marries them into one of the best value pallet jacks available.

The controller is a Zapi from Europe and they are know for their reliability and smooth stepless operation. The motor is a three phase AC 1.1kW giving the unit plenty of power for ramps and long distance travel.

The lifting part of the unit is Monach from the USA, which is coupled with new style lifting frame and ram gives smooth and stable lifting.

The operator has constant control with the new designed tiller putting all of the controls at his fingertips. The butterfly drive control provides a safer and more user-friendly option to the old twist grip style.

The units now all come with American AMP wire connectors these plugs and sockets are water tight and seal both ends of the plug offering improved relability.

The standard battery with this unit is a 24V 210Ah which has been proved to be more than ample for the longest of duty cycles.

Safety has also being improved by lower frame to ground clearance and anti roll back as standard.

Lencrow Materials Handling
1300 536 276


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