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Wed Mar 20 2019

Power pallet jacks for small spaces


Maximin Mini Power Pallet Jack is the latest in Lencrow’s EP range of new and innovative Materials Handling Equipment.

This unit has a capacity of 1500kg with full power drive, magnetic braking and smooth running polyurethane tyres.

This unit excels in its size and weight. The service weight is only 208kg and works in aisles with a 1930mm width. 

This makes it ideal for working inside delivery trucks and on tailgate loaders.

The unit also works well in the retail sector being suitable for use in small storerooms with an easy and light operation suitable for all staff.

The Maximin is powered by two 60Ah maintenance free deep cycle batteries along with a built in charger.

This allows the unit to be totally self contained and can be charged at any standard power point.

The unit has a low environmental impact with its low noise and clean electric power.

“We are always looking for units that will improve our customers’ work places, especially in the areas of ergonomics and environment, says Ross Grassick of Lencrow. “On first seeing the Maximin I knew many work places that could be improved with these units.”

Lencrow Materials Handling
1300 536 276

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