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Material Handling Products and Installation Services

                                  conveyors, mezzanines, lifters, pallet racks, in-plant offices, steel shelving, and installation services

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Serving and servicing Wakefield, Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, Newton, Brighton, Woburn, Malden,  Andover, Wilmington, Billerica, Framingham, Lowell, Lawrence, Milford, Franklin, Walpole, Waltham, Chelmsford, Methuen, , Marlborough,  Springfield, Worcester, Holyoke, Fitchburg ...the North Shore, the South Shore, Greater Boston area, and Southern New Hampshire (NH) including Nashua, Manchester and Merrimack, RI, VT and CT


  Telephone: 781-245-5798            Fax: 781-245-6803                sales@industry-in-motion.com

 


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Ball Transfer Tables

Benches

Cantilever Racks

Conveyors

Dock Levelers

Dock Boards

Dock Lifts

Dock Plates

Dock Seals

Dock Shelters

Edge of Dock Levelers

Electric Hoists

Ergonomic Chairs

Gravity Conveyors

Guard Buildings

Guard Shacks

Hoists

In-Plant Offices

Installations

Lift Tables

Lyons Lockers

Material Handling

Material Lifts

Mezzanines

Pallet Positioners

Pallet Racks

Pallet Stackers

Pallet Trucks

Platform Lifters

Scissor Lifts

Shelving

Storage Cabinets

Stackers

Steel Shelving

Strip Doors

Turn Tables

Wire Decks

Wire Partitions

Wireway Partitions

Work Benches

 

 

Pallet Stackers, Straddle Trucks, and Lift Trucks

See below for useful information about pallet stackers in general

Pallet Stackers and Lift Trucks
PRESTO (Lee Engineering) Pallet Stackers shown above


 

  • Pallet Stackers are Electric-hydraulic in lifting and use a manual relief-valve in lowering (units are manually pushed). Please call us for quotes on self-propelled.

  • Our Pallet Stackers have 1500 lb. and 2000 lb. capacities, and come with fixed and adjustable forks. Choice of fork length.

  • Dual lifting chains on all Pallet Stackers, with a 6:1 safety factor

  • Massive construction for superior durability and strength

  • Adjustable straddle legs, Fixed straddle legs, or Non-straddle Pallet Stackers

  • Heavy Duty 12 volt 125 amp hour Industrial Battery with built-in Charger

  • Flush steel platforms available for lifting small boxes and loads not palletized.

  • Adjustable forks (adjustable width)  on all Pallet Stackers

A Word About Pallet Stackers .

STACKERS are used to lift and to lower pallets;  they are not designed to transport pallets over a distance of more than several feet. That is what Pallet Trucks are designed to do: to easily move pallets over distances and to bring pallets to and from stackers.  Stackers are heavy 650 lbs. to over 1000 lbs (depending on the required lift height), and this weight is IN ADDITION to the weight of the loaded pallet! Pallet stackers, in short, are much too heavy and awkward to be used to move pallets any considerable distance.

PALLET STACKERS should NOT be used to off-load trucks, unless the truck bed height and the dock height are the same. Pallet Trucks are much more efficient at this. They weigh a lot less ( 150 - 250 lbs.) and are much more maneuverable. Stackers also get hung up on the underside of their straddle legs if any attempt is made to negotiate the break-over from an incline to a horizontal surface. This is often encountered when a stacker is used (in conjunction with a dock-board) with a truck bed and dock of different heights.

Pallet Stackers work on the CANTILEVER PRINCIPLE: the weight of the load is borne on the straddle legs beneath the forks. This means that if you intend to load pallet racks, you must keep the lowest beam level high enough to allow the wheels in the front of the stacker's straddle legs to pass under the beam. This is usually  6 inches from the floor to the underside of the first pair of load beams on your racks.


WE INSTALL WHAT WE SELL


Pallet Racks - Dock Plates - Shelving - Platform Lifters -Scissor Lifts - Mezzanines - Strip Doors - Ergonomic Chairs - In-Plant Offices - Work Benches - Pre-Fab Offices - Dock Plates and Levelers - Dock Lifters - Gravity Rollers - Conveyors -Roller Conveyors - Electric Hoists - Chain Hoists - Wire Partitions - Wire Decks - Lift Tables - Stackers - Pallet Stackers - Pallet Positioners - Ball Transfers Scissors Lifts - Dock-Plates - PVC Strip Doors - Cantilever Racks - Dock Equipment - Dock Boards - Lockers - Dock Plates - Dock Seals ... and more.
 

 

 

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