Mitsubishi PREMIA PBP16-20N2 series power pallet movers

Wednesday, 21 March, 2018 | Supplied by: MLA Holdings Pty Ltd



Manual pallet jacks can make physical demands on operators in confined areas, particularly when heavy loads have to be pulled or pushed using muscle power alone. This often results in high rates of back-related injuries.

An effective way to reduce back injuries is to minimise or stop the use of manual hand pallet jacks when moving heavy loads. If moving loads greater than 500 kg, Mitsubishi’s battery-powered version can be considered.

The Mitsubishi PREMIA PBP16-20N2 series European-built power pallet movers have been developed to perform in challenging environments and to offer a comprehensive solution to safe horizontal movement of pallets.

The pallet mover’s maximum lifting height of 135 mm allows for easy handling on steep ramps and loading docks, even with damaged pallets. A sealed chassis offers protection against dirt, dust and other particles to reduce wear, while an oil-filled sealed transmission is designed to ensure reliable and quiet operation. The trucks also have a high-efficiency electronic system that features waterproof components for maximum reliability.

Electric power pallet movers are said to be safer and more cost effective in the long run. With the right equipment specification and operator training, the electric power pallet movers reduce the risk of operator injury, reduce fatigue, improve operator performance and increase the efficiency of the operation.

Online: www.mlaholdings.com.au
Phone: 1300 000 652
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