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Linde Material Handling has launched a range of electric pedestrian pallet trucks, which are said to offer increased manoeuvrability and improved ergonomic features.

The T16, 18 and 20 – representing load capacities of 1.6, 1.8 and 2.0 tonnes respectively – offer good manoeuvrability in tight spaces through reduced length, a new tiller shape and a creep speed function.

The creep speed feature allows the pallet trucks to be used in confined areas with the tiller in the upright position.

The Linde pallet trucks also have larger castor wheels, which are mounted on shock absorbers to maintain truck stability when cornering.

The three-wheel configuration with two adjustable castor wheels improves traction in slippery conditions, the company added.

The new Linde designs are based around the concept of ‘Sinergo’ (safety, innovation, ergonomics), which places the emphasis on the interface between the operator and the machine.

This eases the workload for the operator and increases the safety and productivity of employees in the warehouse.

The materials Exxtral and Grivory help achieve the Sinergo aims.

Grivory is used for the tiller and tiller head.

It is light and warm, making it more user-friendly without compromising robustness.

Exxtral, which is used for the motor and battery cover, is tough but flexible, resisting shocks and reducing damage costs.

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