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Pallet Stackers offer max lift heights from 62-150 in.

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Pallet Stackers offer max lift heights from 62-150 in.
Pallet Stackers offer max lift heights from 62-150 in.
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February 5, 2014 - Available in fork-over design for use with open-bottom pallets or adjustable straddle design for use with closed-bottom pallets, PowerStak™ Stackers feature turtle speed setting that reduces drive speed by 50% for precise positioning. Straddle legs are fabricated from solid steel, providing rigidity and eliminating deflection, even under max load of 2,200 lb. Powered by 2 sealed, maintenance-free AGM batteries, stackers include built-in charger with fuse protection.

Redesigned Stackers are More Stable, Maneuverable than Ever


Presto Lifts, Inc.
21 Park St.
Attleboro, MA, 02703
USA



Press release date: January 28, 2014

NORTON, MA -- Presto Lifts has redesigned its PowerStak™ line of compact, fully powered stackers for improved performance and ergonomics.

Several new features have been added as standard equipment on all PowerStak models.  A turtle speed setting reduces drive speed by 50% for more precise positioning.  Straddle legs fabricated from solid steel provide additional rigidity and eliminate deflection, even under maximum load (2,200 lbs.).  The electrical system has been upgraded with a reliable, industry-recognized controller and contactors.  Power is now delivered by two sealed, maintenance-free AGM batteries, and the new heavy-duty built-in charger has fuse protection and a rugged casing.  Other changes include a new component arrangement for better heat dissipation and better maintenance access.

PowerStak units are built on a short yet extremely stable wheelbase to enhance maneuverability, even in tight quarters.  An ergonomically designed handle puts all controls within easy reach for maximum operator comfort and convenience.  Forward- and reverse-drive thumb switches are located on both sides of the handle to accommodate left- or right-hand operation.  The unit's narrow mast and offset control handle ensure a clear forward view, with virtually no blind spots.  An auto-reversing belly switch protects operators from potential injury when walking the unit backwards, while an automatic brake halts travel when the drive/steering handle is released.

Available in fork-over design for use with open-bottom pallets or adjustable straddle design for use with closed-bottom pallets, the new PowerStak models are more reliable than ever.  Maximum lift heights range from 62" to 150".

For more information, contact Rick daSilva, Presto Lifts Inc., 50 Commerce Way, Norton, MA 02766, TEL: (508) 222-0177, TOLL FREE: (800) 343-9322, FAX: (508) 222-2996, www.prestolifts.com or email: info@PrestoLifts.com.
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