The D12 S/SF pallet stackers have a chassis that is narrower than a pallet. So these trucks can transport two pallets at a time, and maneuver within the tightest spaces. In addition, the operator has a high stance and thus a free view of the fork tips. This makes load handling easier. The operator platform is separated from the chassis by a layer of rubber. This protects the body from strong vibrations during travel so the operator can concentrate longer. Linde offers the D12 pallet stacker in two standard versions: In the S model, the operator is standing at a right angle to the direction of travel and has a good view to the front and back. In the SF model, he is standing frontal to the direction of travel and always has the load in view. Both models have mast variations for various load heights. The pallet trucks have a lifting capacity of up to 2000 kg.
During travel and when loading and unloading, the operator is always within the protective contour of the truck. Easy and sensitive control elements make this possible. Due to the compact chassis, the operator also has a good view of the fork tips and can avoid any obstacles early. The braking systems also provide more safety: If the operator takes their foot off the pedal, the electromagnetic system will react in varying strengths depending on the load and softly stop the truck. There is also a dead man switch for dangerous situations: The truck brakes independently when the switch is no longer pressed. Using the Curve Assist System, the pallet stacker automatically adjusts its speed when cornering.
Left column text: The platform of the D12 S/SF pallet stacker is separated from the chassis. Impacts and shocks from uneven ground are hardly transferred to the operator. Important protection from bodily strains. A back rest in the S model gives the operator a comfortable posture during travel. The S model also has an ergonomically shaped control unit, which the operator can adjust in height. Lift functions, traction or horns can be easily operated with one hand. Both models have deep and wide storage compartments. Important working tools are always at hand.
The D12 S/SF pallet stackers can transport two pallets at a time; with weights from 1200 to 2000 kg for an individual load and a total load up to 1800 kg for double loads. This flexibility leads to increased handling capacity, especially because the truck can reach a maximum speed of 10 km/h with its 3 kW three-phase motor. The tight turning radius also ensures that difficult maneuvers can be executed quickly and easily. There is an Eco-Mode, so that the D12 S/SF keeps going at the end of a shift after intensive use. If it is activated, the truck consumes twelve percent less energy. In addition, the user can adjust the pallet stacker precisely to the current handling task. For example, standard and duplex masts are available with loading heights between 1574 and 2124 mm. There is also an optional load backrest which stabilizes the load during travel.
The dust protected three-phase motor of the D12 S/SF is completely maintenance-free. A robust construction ensures that the truck will remain in good condition even after hard use, and needs only rare servicing. The CAN bus connection ensures simple service processes: The technician connects their notebook and can then assess all truck data in an overview. All relevant components are easily accessible.
|Model||Load capacity/Load||Lift||Battery voltage/rated capacity (5h)||Travel speed, with/without load|
|D12S||1.2 / 1.8 (t)||1724 (mm)||24 / 345/375 [23/205] (V)/(Ah)||10 / 10 (km/h)|
|D12SF||1.2 / 1.8 (t)||1724 (mm)||24 / 345/375 [23/205] (V)/(Ah)||10 / 10 (km/h)|
The battery can be changed easily using a lever and spring mechanism to remove the battery from the side of the truck.
On the right side of the truck there is an optional rod on which individual accessories can be attached. On a second rod on the left of the truck, there is a blinking warning light.
Always have an eye on the job: The additional, well visible clipboard eases many order picking and transport processes.
How and by whom are the individual forklifts used? What do the usage data of the forklifts look like, and is each one roadworthy? Using a combination of software and hardware Linde's fleet management system connect: provides the appropriate answers.
The system levels out unevenness floors by making sure that all wheels are always in contact with the ground. The stability of the truck remains high.
A 24 volt connection is available in the truck for the connection of a data terminal.