EURO option from Flexi

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The new Flexi EURO is a compact four wheel articulated forklift truck, ideally suited to low bay warehouses, where high lift performance is not required but where space is at a premium.

The Flexi EURO has been designed to provide the maximum storage density and thanks to its compact 1060mm wide chassis and narrow front axle it is perfectly suited to stacking narrower continental Euro pallets. The Flexi EURO is capable of working in aisles as narrow as 1642mm wide (with a Euro pallet) or 1762mm wide (with an ISO pallet) and, importantly, the fact that the truck has a traditional four wheel configuration means that stability is not compromised.

With the ability to lift 1500kg loads to heights of over 7 metres, the Flexi EURO features all the design characteristics that have made the Flexi range of articulated forklifts the biggest selling articulated trucks in Europe. For example, a range of 'clear vision' lift mast options is available - all triplex full free lift to suit the operating conditions. Treaded cushion rubber tyres, plus front drive wheels provide excellent traction even in slippery conditions when the truck is fully laden. Battery change is easy due to the trucks low lift-off or roll-off rear access facility to ensure that downtime is kept to a minimum.

Like all models in the Flexi range, the Flexi EURO is equally at home inside and outside the warehouse facility and can load and unload lorries and deliver pallets directly to the racking in a single operation.

Despite its small dimensions, the Flexi EUROs operator compartment remains deceptively spacious and has been developed to ensure maximum greater comfort throughout even toughest shifts, while the trucks European Standard automotive style accelerator and brake pedal layout ensures even more leg space for the operator and improved safety.

The new Flexi EURO is particularly suitable for smaller warehouse operations and cold stores and is ideally suited to applications where block stacking is undertaken or where drive-in racking is a feature of the storage system.

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