BAOLI WALKIE STACKER VALUE AND VERSATILITY

BAOLI WALKIE STACKER VALUE AND VERSATILITY

The ES15 ticks so many boxes for businesses needing a capable, reliable walkie stacker. It features electric steering, narrow aisle operation suitability, lifting heights up to 4800mm, 1300mm leg width, suitable for Australian pallets, traction battery supplied as part of the package and no forklift licence required to operate it.

Finance options include purchase from a low $12,999 plus GST, rent-to-own for $76 per week or rental (including full maintenance and breakdown coverage at no extra cost) from $55 per week. A brushless AC motor provides virtually maintenance free operation and extended operating time and an AC controller ensures accurate and stable operation.

Ergonomic operation is simplified by a German-made tiller which cleverly integrates all functions to make single-handed operation possible with either hand. Safety is maximised by an automatic reversing function which is activated if the tiller head button hits the operator body or obstacles.

A wide mast design with safety grille maximises visibility and an offset driving wheel in combination with castor wheel increases stability of the truck during lifting. This configuration also extends maintenance frequency compared to a single central wheel design.

Baoli ES15 stackers offer a safe, productive, and cost effective solution and improve efficiency in transporting over short distances and stacking or lifting up to 4800mm. The compact chassis ensures easy and safe operation even in the most confined spaces. The combination of 3-phase AC drive motor and electronic controller ensures maximum efficiency.

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