High lift pallet trucks are designed to load and unload feed presses, conveyors or any applications that require moving, lifting and positioning of pallets or containers of materials. If you’re lifting to a height a high lift pallet truck can help reduce the likelihood of repetitive strain injuries which are likely to occur when bending down to upload pallets on a regular basis. The scissor mechanism makes it easier for the material handler to high lift in a safe and practical way. Due to the scissor action, this is designed for use with open base pallets only. If you’re looking for hand pump pallet trucks, browse our full range here at Cracking Racking, our high lift pallet truck makes light and easy lifting of up to a height of 800mm, making a practical work platform, suitable for places such as machine workshops. Our High lift pallet trucks are also able to carry out the support function and material supply along the assembly and production lines. They offer an ergonomic tiller and a 3 position control level for ease of use, as well as a special lowering valve which allows you to smoothly lower the load
High lift pallet truck:
Our manual high lift pallet truck here at Cracking Racking boasts two-stage telescopic lifting piston to allow working with low profile frame granting lightness and better operator visibility. While a maximum pressure valve offers safety securing for operators, ensuring transpallet against overloads. The lowering speed can be controlled using the level position on the tiller, making it the perfect working tool to carry delicate and fragile loads such as glass or ceramics.
Manual high lift pallet truck:
Our manual high lift pallet truck has a new control linkage which makes possible the entry on the closed side of the pallet by a slight lifting, which facilitates the successive handling phases. We also stock a range of hand pallet trucks for the lifting of both light and heavy loads. Please contact our sales team if you need any assistance on 0161 330 1164 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.