Combilift launches powered pallet truck with standard lift capacities of 3,000 kg and 6,000 kg
The Combi-PPT has a multi-position tiller arm, which enables the operator to stand at the side of the unit rather than at the rear
Combilift has launched a new high capacity powered pallet truck, the Combi-PPT, which comes with standard lift capacities of 3,000 kg and 6,000 kg, with higher capacity models from 7,000 kg to 16,000 kg available on request.
The Combi-PPT includes a feature common to all Combilift’s pedestrian models, its multi-position tiller arm. This enables the operator to stand at the side of the unit rather than at the rear (as is the case with other walk behind brands), giving operators visibility of loads and their surroundings.
The operator’s position also eliminates any possibility of crush risk when working in confined areas and prevents product damage.
The Combi-PPT’s automatic folding platform is an added benefit for operators when large distances have to be covered in a warehouse or production plant. The power steering, dual rear wheel drive and AC motor technology make it stress free for operators as it glides across the floor even when moving very heavy loads and its manoeuvrability enables tight corners to be negotiated safely and with ease.
Martin McVicar, managing director, Combilift, said: “With the introduction of the Combi-PPT, very heavy loads can now be handled using these walk-behind machines, ensuring high levels of safety whilst guaranteeing efficient procedures even in confined spaces. Combilift developed its first pedestrian models (the Combi-WR, Combi-WR4 and the Combi-CS) in response to an industry demand to move away from ride-on forklifts. As a company we are seeing a growing demand for pedestrian trucks, driven by safety concerns where customers and/or employees are in the vicinity of operating forklifts. It is our intention to significantly expand our pedestrian forklift range as can be seen with the launch of the Combi-PPT. This forklift offers safer operation, maximum operator visibility and narrow aisle performance.”