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Unique highlifter from Logitrans – new and improved!

The manual highlifter from Logitrans has had a "lift" and is ready to ensure the user an even better working experience!

"The new model of our highlifter, HL 1006, has a welded pump housing made of steel, which makes the pump light and strong. The materials used and the way of manufacturing give a high guarantee of a faultless function. The new pump has an even longer operating time, is easier to set – and has less need for maintenance", Erling Pedersen, President at Logitrans, informs.

Also the valve system is new and improved, which makes it easy to set the four positions (quick lift, normal lift, neutral and lowering). The release handle has a more simple and user-friendly design.

The Logitrans highlifter is unique in many ways – and is still far ahead of the competitive products! It can lift and transport loads of 1,500 kg up to the lifting height of 470 mm. Above 470 mm the lifting capacity is 1,000 kg.
All Logitrans products are designed with focus on the safety of the user, and the new highlifter is no exception! It has foot protection, so that the feet of the user cannot be jammed under the steering wheels. Special tandem wheels ensure that the highlifter does not tip forwards, if wrongly loaded or with a load being too large. The support legs on the scissors legs brake and stabilise at lifting heights above 400 mm. At the same time the low construction ensures a good stability – also when driving – and gives the user good visibility.

Also the ergonomic correct working conditions are in focus! The handle is therefore designed in accordance with ergonomically correct gripping angles and diameters, ensuring the user a relaxed grip. When the goods at the same time are lifted to a good working height, the user gets an optimum working position and minimises the strain on arms and back.

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