Yale Europe Materials Handling is delighted to unveil two new options for its pedestrian power pallet truck range. The new precision control tiller head and noise reduction options allow the trucks to be used in a wider range of applications, particularly in the food, beverage, and retail industries.
“Our low lift pallet trucks have a proven track record in maximising productivity in confined and congested areas,” said Monica Radavelli, Warehouse Product Manager at Yale®. “We have worked with our customers to bring two new solutions to market that will enable them to operate even more efficiently in applications with limited space or where whisper-quiet manoeuvres are essential.”
Keeping the noise down
In a bid to decrease costs, cut fuel consumption and reduce travel time, there is a strong business case for scheduling deliveries outside normal business hours. The downside to this trend is the potential for increased noise pollution and disturbing neighbouring residents. With Yale noise reduction technology, customers can rest assured their Yale equipment is a quiet solution for out-of-hours operations.
“We’ve adapted our standard MP16-18 Series pedestrian pallet truck to minimise the noise transmitted during its operation,” said Monica. “Customers who work in noise sensitive environments or round-the-clock delivering finished goods to stores can be confident that the Yale solution allows them to continue into the early hours.”
The PIEK certified MP16-18 with noise reduction option is designed to work at below 60dB(A) to meet the noise limit set for out-of-hours deliveries in regulated areas. Open cell foam reduces noise propagation outside the motor compartment, and a clamp has been added to prevent movement of the battery. Steel-to-steel contact points have been removed, and a softer drive tyre enables a quieter operation.
Isolation of the hydraulic pump and a triple roller assembly also ensure the MP16-18 with noise reduction option can continue to work efficiently without disturbing the neighbours.
No compromise in confined areas
For customers operating in congested spaces, the MP16-22 now comes with the option of a precision control tiller head, offering further improvements in manoeuvrability without compromising on the core Yale ergonomics.
“The precision control tiller head is perfect for applications with tight, busy spaces and its compact configuration offers greater control for the operator,” said Monica.
Ideal for operators working in congested store aisles or trailers, the precision control tiller head is designed to be used in an upright position, reducing the space required to operate the truck. There is no need for the operator to keep moving the handle up and down, making the truck well-suited for picking applications in corridors and narrow spaces.
Auxiliary traction control, as well as the lift and lower buttons, are in prime position on the handle, allowing the operator full command of the truck’s functionality. The operator’s hands are ergonomically positioned and protected by the handle. The precision control tiller head retains the ease of steering of the MP16-22 range and allows the operator to stand closer to the truck for increased visibility. Should the operator need to move the truck away from themselves while in the confined space, a red traction reverse button is conveniently positioned on the leading edge of the handle.
The traction activation switch features a comfortable rocking action with variable traction input in both directions. The throttle actuators allow for multiple hand positions with proportional speed control in both directions.
“The new solutions for our pedestrian power pallet truck range are advantageous for applications that require quiet or precise movements in their operation,” said Monica. “We’re delighted that it’s now even easier for our customers to find the right Yale solution to meet their logistics needs.”
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