The N20 D (HP) double-deck order pickers enable the simultaneous loading and transport of two pallets. The ergonomic lift allows the operator to also pick heavy goods at a height that is easy on the back. Two separate levels allow heavy and pressure-sensitive goods to be stowed and transported. The N20 D (HP) is also optimally balanced with five points of ground contact, and guarantees maximum stability even at speeds of up to 12 km/h. Plus with the operator platform being fully suspended, vibrations are heavily reduced.
Series 1115Linde N20 D (HP) Electric Order Picker
The Linde FleetFOCUS fleet management solution allows, among other things, for the usage of trucks to be analysed in order to optimise the servicing or utilisation of the fleet.
The LED light is located in the front of the order picker, and has a high level of brightness. It is water and dust proof.
This can be adapted to the height of the load.
The Linde BlueSpot™ is an optical warning solution that emits a light signal to indicate that the truck is approaching.
The innovative Lithium-ION technology means that the batteries can be fully recharged in around 1.1 hours at room temperature.
On both sides of the forklift truck there are push buttons on the lift mast. The operator uses them to operate the order picker from the outside, and walks alongside at the same time.
The lateral battery removal by means of roller bearings enables a quick change, especially for use in multi-shift applications.
The rubber bumper reduces shocks in the event of a collision, thus protecting the operator, forklift and infrastructure such as racking.
Whether driving errors, uneven surfaces or improper vehicle use, a shock sensor registers shocks. The evaluation of the data via the fleet management software provides information on the cause of damage and accidents.
Access control via the connect fleet management system ensures that forklift trucks are only used by authorised persons. The operators must identify themselves by PIN or RFID card before the forklift truck is started.