These trucks are suitable for a variety of special pallets and loads. Available with different types of forks, BT Low Lifter comes with a low profile or half forks, for half, low or ultralow pallets. For moving unusually heavy loads manually, BT Heavy Lifter allows for safe and efficient handling with minimal effort.
Our BT Ultra Low Lifter is ideal for applications using new space-saving, low-clearance, and disposable pallets, or load-support ledges, which are increasingly common in containers loaded by conventional forklifts.
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Hand pallet trucks can move goods in all types of applications. They are reliable, compact, intuitive to use and get the job done. So when to make the step to a powered entry-level pallet truck or stacker model? We have 4 considerations for you when to go for our BT Tyro models.
With fully powered trucks, goods can be moved quicker, with less effort for the operator, increasing efficiency and productivity.
Manual trucks don’t need charging and can be used continuously. Thanks to the Li-ion battery on the BT Tyro opportunity charging is possible, meaning any time the truck is not used, it can be charged. Even as short as a 15-minute charge, so almost continuous operation can be ensured.
An entry-level powered pallet truck can make light-duty work smooth, fast and with low strain on the operator. The easy-to-use tiller arm will support the operator when lifting and driving.
Hand pallet trucks are easy to access, any driver can just take the truck. With a powered truck you can make sure only authorised drivers can operate the truck thanks to the PIN code in the handle. The emergency stop button located on the handle adds another safety feature.
On powered models, functions such as creep speed for easy movement in tight areas and speed reduction when cornering, are available.
The initial investment of a light-duty powered model is higher than a manual truck. But you’ll get a lot of benefits in return, and the flexibility of a powered truck.