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Versatile Powered Turnmate is here


Warequip has released the Powered Turnmate – the latest product in the fast growing Powered to Go Range.

The Powered Turnmate pivots on central wheels, which means it can be used in the narrowest of aisles in warehouse and small offices. 

With a large capacity of 450kg and a deck size of 1200 x 600mm the Powered Turnmate is suitable for a variety of applications. 

Warequip offers battery powered product solutions for existing trolleys or for trolleys in the range that are not currently powered.

Powered Turnmates are in stock now at Warequip. 

Ph: 1800 337 711

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