The first purpose built 4-way pedestrian reach stacker combining multi-directional travel, innovative features and effortless operation, even in the most demanding environments.
For the handling of lighter loads, many operations increasingly favour the use of pedestrian trucks or walkie reach stackers which offer a number of advantages over ride-on forklifts. In response the Combi-WR4 Walkie Reach stacker was released, the first purpose-built 4-way pedestrian reach stacker which combines multi-directional travel with innovative features.
Given Combilift’s reputation for multidirectional technology, it will come as no surprise that the company developed the Combi-WR4 as an addition to its Combi-WR Walkie Reach range. It is the first purpose-built pedestrian reach stacker to combine multidirectional travel with a host of innovative features to offer an even higher level of manoeuvrability when there is a requirement to handle long loads – as well as pallets - in tight confines. Sharing the technology and design for safety of its two-way counterpart and a winner of a prestigious FLTA Award for ergonomics as well as the Red Dot award for Design, the Combi-WR4 is effortless to operate, even in the most demanding environments.
Its compact dimensions with pantograph reach allow it to work in aisle widths of just 2.1m. Very popular options include side shift and tilting fork carriage functions to ensure easy picking and placing in aisles as well as best use of available space for economical storage.
It is very easy and quick to train operators to use the Combi-WR range, and 2-speed operation is controlled by a rabbit/turtle switch, with a further benefit being the ability to adjust or customise travel speeds to suit the level of the operator’s experience.
It incorporates the benefits of AC technology in its traction pump and steering motors are available with various lift heights. The unique patented multi-position tiller - with push-button control to rotate the rear wheel parallel to the chassis and back again -features an operator’s screen and electronic power steering and fingertip controls ensure