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PART #
DESCRIPTION
CAPACITY
COLOR
PRICE
A511 27″ Wide x 48″ Long Forks 2.9″ Lowered Height 5,500# Yellow $495.00
A21480 21″ Wide x 48″ Long Forks 2.9″ Lowered Height 5,500# Yellow $495.00

We offer economy-priced pallet jacks or pallet lifters that are as tough as the expensive models.

Pallet jacks, also known as pallet trucks or pump trucks, are manual or electric-powered devices used for lifting, transporting, and positioning pallets and heavy loads. They are commonly used in material handling operations to streamline the movement of goods within a facility, such as loading and unloading trucks, organizing inventory, and replenishing stock.

At Carolina Material Handling Inc., we offer economy-priced pallet jacks or pallet lifters that are as tough as the expensive models. This pallet truck is 48” long x 27” wide. It holds 5,500 lbs. capacity and has a one-year pump warranty. It’s equipped with polyurethane load and steer wheels with ball bearings for easy rolling and floor protection. 2.9” lowered height & 7.25” raised height.

Best Value in Standard Sized Pallet Jacks

Pallet Jacks

27″ wide x 48″ long and 21″ wide x 48″ long, 5,500 LBS

Key Features of Pallet Jacks

  1. Load Capacity: Pallet jacks are available in various load capacities to suit different material handling needs, ranging from lightweight models for smaller loads to heavy-duty jacks for larger and heavier pallets.
  2. Fork Length and Width: Consider the dimensions of the forks, including length and width, to ensure compatibility with your pallet sizes and load requirements.
  3. Construction: Look for pallet jacks made from durable materials such as steel or aluminum for long-lasting performance and resistance to wear and tear.
  4. Steering and Maneuverability: Choose pallet jacks with responsive steering and maneuverability features, such as ergonomic handles and smooth-rolling wheels, for easy navigation in tight spaces.
  5. Safety Features: Check for safety features such as brakes, overload protection, and visibility enhancements (e.g., reflective strips) to promote safe operation and prevent accidents.

Tips for Choosing the Right Pallet Jack

  1. Determine your load capacity requirements based on the heaviest loads you need to handle.
  2. Consider the type of pallets (e.g., standard, Euro, custom sizes) and their dimensions to ensure compatibility with the pallet jack.
  3. Evaluate your workspace layout and maneuvering requirements to choose between manual and electric pallet jacks.
  4. Prioritize safety features and ergonomic design elements to promote safe and efficient operation.

 

 

 

 

 


At Carolina Material Handling Inc., we supply pallet jacks to businesses in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Florida, Indiana, Wisconsin, California, Illinois, Virginia, and Georgia.