Intermodal handling or IH model reach stackers are more conventional machines, whilst container handling or CH models are designed specially for container stacking applications up to 6-high and 3-rows deep. These various models enable many various types of jobs to be completed.
These machines have been engineered and designed to attain maximum space use in container terminals. Furthermore, they offer better maneuverability, unrestricted stacking capabilities and excellent handling speeds.
These machinery are built with standard oil-immersed brakes, a clean running, modern Diesel engine, advanced auto-shift transmission and strong drive-axle. These features all combine to be able to maintain total reliability and maximum productivity in tough applications during operation.
Along with the oil-immersed brakes, the engine and transmission protection systems combine to offer standard dependable operation. The model's operator cabs feature a wide range of standard ergonomic features, and exceptional container visibility in various operating circumstances. The models which have stabilizers and an increased wheelbase provide increased capacity handling. These equipment need solid boom construction and a solid frame in order to deal with the high capacity handling operation. Easy service and an engine shutdown function minimizes service cost and time and facilitates service access.
There are few locations that place such heavy demands on container handling like terminals, transport hubs and ports. These areas need extremely durable and efficient machines. The company knows what it actually takes to be able to efficiently handle empty and laden containers for stacking, unloading and loading between road truck, railcar and terminal.
Empty container handlers are normally known to work at a high pace, with rigorous demands being placed on both speed and efficiency. Trucks based on the newest technology could handle and lift containers with the highest speed and stability.