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SELECTA, one of Europe s foremost suppliers of vending solutions, has added to its fleet of Sprinter powered stairclimbers from Harpenden-based Stanley Handling. Employed on some of Selecta s UK contracts, they are used predominantly for the replenishment
SELECTA, one of Europe's foremost suppliers of vending solutions, has added to its fleet of Sprinter powered stairclimbers from Harpenden-based Stanley Handling.
Employed on some of Selecta's UK contracts, they are used predominantly for the replenishment of snack, beverage and confectionery vending machines.
Serving as both a stairclimber and a general handler, the Sprinter features a foldable ultra-lightweight aluminium frame weighing only 16kg yet offering a 140kg payload, enabling straightforward one-man operation.
The units can move stacked cartons and cases over thresholds and up and down stairs right to the desired location. The battery powered two-speed stair climbing facility - 35 or 48 steps per minute - allows personnel to reduce the number of trips from vehicle to machine and to do so with less effort and in greater safety.
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Pneumatic tyres permit use on all surfaces and a folding toe plate enables easy storage. A load strap with buckle is fitted while options include an extended toe plate and an on-board charger. Stanley Handling's excellent certificated training is provided.
For more information on Stanley Handling, please contact Sarah Stanley, Stanley Handling Limited on 01582 767711 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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