Stacker trucks are versatile machines, perfect for moving pallets around a warehouse and can stack pallets at a range of heights.
Our pedestrian ride-on stacker truck, the SRS, runs on traditional lead-acid or 24V lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery power, comes in different load capacities (maximum 1.6 tonnes), and offers a variety of optional extras and additional models such as a wide straddle version for greater operational versatility.
This electric ride-on stacker truck has been designed with ergonomics and usability as the focus, making it suitable for a wide range of duties, from heavy industrial to light handling tasks and intensive 24/7 shift work to intermittent usage.
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With a maximum lift height of 5.4 metres and a wide straddle version available, its versatility and flexibility make it ideal for a variety of handling from floor level through to medium-height stacking applications in narrow spaces and high bay stacking. What’s more, it is highly suited for short, medium, and long-distance travel, as well as order picking and transport supply/feed applications.
Read on to discover more about the SRS ride-on stacker.
How the key features and benefits of the SRS ride-on stacker work to optimise your warehouse operations.
The future is electric
The built-in fully integrated Li-ion battery or traditional lead-acid battery means that the SRS requires little maintenance. Producing minimal noise, zero harmful emissions, and offering unparalleled sustainability, the SRS is a strong, highly productive companion to have in multiple-shift operations, offering increased uptime and contributing to a reduced TCO (total cost of ownership).
When utilising lead-acid batteries, the battery is placed on rollers for quick and easy sideways changing, perfect for multi-shift applications. The ease of access enables quick and easy battery maintenance and changeover, increasing uptime and productivity.
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For those hard-to-reach places
As standard, the truck is available in lift heights ranging from 2690 mm to 5400 mm, with either duplex or triplex masts. The truck is available in lift heights ranging from 2,690 mm to 5,400 mm, with either two-stage or three-masts. While other lift heights may be available by special design. Get in touch with us here if you’re interested in a bespoke design.
What about load handling at floor level?
The additional model of the SRS16(R)(S)W offers a wide straddle version of the stacker with a 1600kg rated capacity for your low level stacking needs.
With an easily adjustable width and low profile forged forks, this model facilitates safe handling at floor level - perfect for bottom boarded pallets and load carriers with closed fork pockets.
Designed with standard FEM type fork carriages, this model can also be fitted with specialised attachments such as clamps, poles and rotators to boost operational use.
Prioritising operator safety and comfort
The SRS features a foldable platform with a low step-up height. The platform is cast in order to withstand deformations from collisions and has excellent dampers for suspension. The standard model variant, with an initial lift of straddle legs, allows the truck to handle, stack and transport double pallets which improves pallet-cycle throughput and warehouse productivity.
The low chassis of this ride-on stacker prevents foot injuries and the well-dampened foldable platform ensures minimum vibration, which provides a comfortable working environment for the operator and minimises the risk of strain-related injuries.
The compact SRS also includes optional power steering and an increased drive speed of 8.5 km/h, with foldable side protection bars, for enhanced safety and productivity.
Read about our compact pedestrian pallet stackers, the SPL12-N2 & SPD12-N2, here.
Adaptively reducing the spinning and sliding of the drive wheel in low friction and slippery conditions, the active spin reduction feature of this ride-on stacker improves manoeuvrability, increases safety and less drive wheel wear, and, with the naturally compact body of the truck, facilitates manoeuvring in tight spaces.
To prevent higher loads from falling backwards the SRS has a fitted load backrest of 1,200 mm, which works to increase the safety of the operator and the load and boost operator confidence. Additional safety features include an overhead guard and red or blue floor spotlights for enhanced visibility.
Ergonomic design that enhances efficiency
The ergonomically shaped, best-in-class tiller arm has easily accessible controls, allowing the operator to precisely and safely steer the stacker truck. As a result, warehouse processes are enhanced for optimal uptime by firmly placing the operator in control of the vehicle.
In addition, the ergonomic design of the tiller drive button (available with a foldable platform) enhances operator comfort. This important feature allows the ride-on stacker to operate in complex and confined warehouse spaces, increasing productivity and reducing downtime by optimising manoeuvrability.
With a 4-point design and a castor wheel at the opposite corner, this ride-on stacker truck is progressively stabilised with proportional drive wheel pressure and traction, ensuring safe and comfortable handling.
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Especially useful in production areas and other confined spaces, the narrow chassis allows the operator to pick up and position pallets in very tight spaces and the rounded edges reduce the possibility of damaged goods. The tapered forks of the SRS have pointed tips, enabling swift and accurate fork insertion, reducing positioning delays and accidental damage. Users can also choose a double pallet configuration for increased efficiency and productivity, reducing their TCO.
Optional extras for the TCM SRS ride-on stacker truck
Equipment bar (accessory rack) and RAM holders:
• Useable for many different applications like PC terminals, printers, and laser scanners
• Secures the availability of the truck due to quick/opportunity charging when it is not used
• In multiple shifts no need to have extra batteries to change
Lead-acid battery access:
• Easy access to the battery from the top/above for checking the electrolyte status of lead-acid batteries
• Easy pull-out access in steel rollers providing battery changeover for extended shift use
Different fixed operator platforms:
• Mechanical or adjustable damping according to the weight of the operator
• Raises the comfort and safety of the operator
• Max drive speed 4.5km/h (can be parameter configured between 0 - 10km/h)
• Tiler-up drive facilities 'creep speed' 2.5km/h
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No matter which industry you reside in, trends, tools, and technologies are constantly advancing. To future-proof your operations, it’s important to keep on top of them if you want to remain profitable.
At TCM, we’re invested in providing you with the most suitable, sustainable, and productivity-boosting vehicle/s for your application. Taking into account your facility, your operations, and your needs, we understand the importance of applying the right electric forklifts in your material handling.
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