Atlet has launched its new generation series of high performance low level order pickers (Tempo PP) and pedestrian pallet transporters and stackers (Alto PS).
The Tempo PP, based on the P-Type chassis which Atlet launched in 2003, is designed for picking orders from first and second levels of warehouse racking. The picker combines high productivity with advanced ergonomics and reduced maintenance costs.
The trucks modular design and build means prospective customers have the choice of specification options to ensure the pickers precisely match their individual operational requirements. The picker can operate in temperatures ranging from -35°C to +40°C and handle loads up to 2,500kg.
Two base versions of the 2.4kW AC motor-powered Tempo PP are available, with the driver position fixed for picking at first level, or rising for picking at second level. It can be supplied with either low or high lift forks – 230mm and 950mm respectively – as well as with either the standard tiller arm or the optional new Ergo Steering system (pictured).
The Ergo Steering module features an adjustable telescopic column with motorbike style handlebars, which require minimal movement and has all the necessary controls conveniently to hand. The steering system also enables the operator to drive the truck while walking alongside it.
The Alto PS pedestrian pallet transporter/stacker is designed for extended work cycles in tight spaces within warehouses and production plants. The 1,250kg capacity stacker can stack loads up to 3.5m.
Measuring just 800mm wide and 1,898mm long, the truck is suitable for working in confined spaces especially as it features a tight turning circle. Other features include four wheels for all-round stability and which are aided by Atlet’s Friction Force system to ensure the drive wheel exerts optimum ground-pressure under all conditions.
The Alto PS is powered by an economical 1kW AC motor.
For further information, tel: 01844 215501.For further information, tel: 01527 882882. Crown and Allibert Buckhorn are exhibiting at Logistics Link 2005, being held on February 1 and 2, 2005 at Sandown Park, Esher, Surrey. For further information contact Richard Milbourn on 020 8661 1160 or visit www.logisticslink.co.uk