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Jungheinrich Electric Pedestrian Controlled Truck- 1.2 to 1.6 ton


 
The EJG is a pedestrian controlled truck which can be used wherever support arm stacker trucks cannot operate, e.g. sideways lifting of pallets, special load sizes, racking with collision protection.
 
With an overall width of 910 mm and a high degree of manoeuvrability, it can also be operated with ease in confined warehouse areas.
 
  • Above all, the EJG 212 offers a very short front dimension.
  • In pedestrian mode, the EJG can be operated without a driver’s licence and is therefore suitable for applications where personnel change frequently.
 
As a universal truck, the EJG offers a number of advantages:
 
  • Gentle depositing of the load on the floor or in the racking with proportional hydraulics.
  • Minimum noise during lifting.
  • Electric tiller steering provides greatly reduced steering force for fatigue-free steering.
  • Extremely sturdy frame and load section.
  • High ground clearance and large load wheels for comfortable travel on uneven ground.
 
The EJG draws its energy from batteries with capacities of up to 375 Ah. Battery
compartments for lateral battery exchange are available for multi-shift operations (optional).
A built-in charger (optional) ensures comfortable and reliable charging at any standard 240-V mains socket.



Jungheinrich Electric Pedestrian Controlled Truck- 1.2 to 1.6 ton

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If you're interested in this machine, please get in touch with our sales team and ask about the Jungheinrich Electric Pedestrian Controlled Truck- 1.2 to 1.6 ton. Call us on:

03 348 2060

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