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Stockmaster Winchtruk stock pickers available from R J Cox Engineering

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Stockmaster WinchTruk, available from R J Cox Engineering , is a safe and easy to use stock picker. Items weighing up to 60kg can be picked, lowered and transported in one action. The whole stock picking process can be safely handled by one person, removing the need for a second person to pass items up or down. Stockmaster WinchTruk stock picker features a reliable, manually operated winch, and maintenance costs are minimal and there is no down time for charging of batteries.

Following are the features of Stockmaster Winchtruk stock picker:

  • Lowers cost of operation
  • Reduces handling time
  • Reduces the need for labour
  • Reduces down time for maintenance
  • Reduces the equipment required for the job
  • Reduces the risk of accident compensation claims

Items placed on the lift table can be lowered and moved similar to a fork lift, saving the time to transfer them to a trolley, and reducing the need for trolleys. Carrying items up or down the ladder is eliminated, creating a safer product.

The dangerous practice of carrying large or heavy items up or down a ladder is eliminated, significantly reducing the risk of accident. Featuring a simple winding mechanism, the lift table can be positioned to the exact height required to safely transfer items from shelving, and braking of the load is automatic when the control is released. Stockmaster WinchTruk reduces exposure to the high cost of lost time injuries and compensation claims.

Stockmaster WinchTruk stock picker is supplied with a flexible platform safety rail system, which can be set up to various configurations to provide improved ergonomics and easy access for stock picking, and when fitted with the Auto-Safe Gate the operator is protected from accidentally stepping off the front of the platform.

Stockmaster WinchTruk stock picker meets all the requirements of the Australian/New Zealand standard AS/NZS 1892.1:1996, the European Standard EN 131: Parts 1 and 2, and also accords with the provisions of the EC Machinery Directive 98/37/EC.

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