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Below are the technical specs for the Reach Stackers:
Linde reach stackers lift up to 45 tons in the first row and 35 tons in the second.
Equipped with a swivel-mounted 280 degree toplift spreader. The reach stackers are quick in use and provide impressing handling performance thanks to the combination of their powerful engine and the automatic 4-gear mechanism. The Linde developed load sensor controls the hydraulic system and supplies the hydraulic power according to requirements.
Be cool and calculating!
The cost of equipment is only part of the total costs of investment, an equally important part is the cost of operation:
- Due to the optimized ergonomics and the increased capability of the carefully balanced power unit and drive train, the driver can realise a higher handling performance.
- Higher handling performance leads to lower personnel costs, equipment wear, and handling time.
- The unequalled quality standards of the Linde trucks increase reliability, decrease service time and down time and lead to higher resale values.
Linde – trucks you can rely on!
- The low chassis height provides a lower centre of gravity thus substantially increasing stability.
- Further on, the driver’s cabin provides an excellent view onto load and the surrounding area around the truck thus helping to avoid accidents.
- The carefully positioned twistlock flags and warning lamps, at the lifting device, and in the cabin, provide the driver with continuous load security status.
- The innovative, structural design, controls load forces from the lifting device, providing additional safety when handling loads.
Linde quality for precise, quick, and a long operational life
- The construction of lifting device and chassis according to the Finite Element Method with special attention at key stressed points, guarantees maximum stability and a long operation life.
- The enclosed, soundproofed framework safely protects the power train from air-borne dust particles, and also achieves a low operational noise level.
The cockpit of a Linde truck – an enviable position
- The centrally positioned cabin is easily reached by non-slip steps, to guarantee safe and easy access.
- The cabin is isolated from the framework to provide a low vibration, low-noise working environment.
- The ergonomically and spaciously designed working place forms the basis for unequalled handling performance and a lower stress environment for the driver, allowing him to concentrate on the work in-hand, utilising the centralized load control lever to operate all load positioning functions.
Powerful, economical, low-emission
- The power output from the drive unit is controlled to provide the most economical use of resources, balanced to the output requirements of the driver, thus achieving maximum output, low noise level, and low exhaust emission, yet providing first-class performance.
- The drive system is fully protected from damage normally associated with down-shifting, reverse direction changes and incorrect gear selection.
Linde – a strong partner in service
- Quick response time is provided by a localized service centre approach, due to a service network that covers all regions.
- Good accessibility to all servicable parts increases up-time to a maximum.
- Reduced operational costs are a direct result of the utilization of high quality parts, both in manufacturing and spare part replacement.
- The use of ‘zero maintenance’ oil-bath multidisc brakes not only increases braking efficiency, but also substantially reduces the need for service attention.
Long reach: Linde reach stackers
Dspite their relatively low self-weight, the high lifting power makes the Linde reach stackers true champions with a broad reach.
With their telescope arms they can stack six containers up to a height of 15.9 m on top of each other into the third row.
With a load capacity of 30 tons in the second row the reach stackers are unique in this weight class.
At last, the low self-weight not only relieves the floor of the container reloading points, but provides as well lower costs of operation.