electric stacker

electric stacker

[i¦lek·trik ′stak·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A stacker whose carriage is raised and lowered by a winch powered by electric storage batteries.
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All floors are suitable for pedestrian pallet trucks, trolleys and electric stacker trucks and can accommodate racking up to 4000kg point loading.
It has a 750 x 530 mm forming area, electric stacker, independent top and bottom heater banks, and independent top and bottom moving platens on the forming and cutting stations.
The 24-volt electric stacker is engineered with metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor (MOSFET) and separately excited motor (SEM) technologies.
For example: a multifunctional, articulated/swiveling control handle for hand pallet trucks, a sturdy mono-mast for an electric stacker and a reach mast design for lift trucks.