HPG series galvanized pallet truck has the latest galvanizing technology offers longest span life and prevent corrosion. It is corrosion resistant like stainless steel pallet truck but more cheaper than stainless pallet truck.
For use in corrosive environment, cold room or clean room applications. Chrome plated piston and valve. Galvanized structure including fork frame, wheel frame, push rod, handle.Galvanized pump with leak resistant and airless design.
75mm (3”) lowered fork height available.
The galvanized pallet truck has model HPG20S, HPG20L, HPG25S, HPG25L
|Width overall forks||mm(in.)||540(21.3)||680(27)||540(21.3)||680(27)|
|Individual fork width||mm(in.)||160(6.3)|
As a pallet truck manufacture(pallet jack manufacture), i-Lift also have electric pallet truck, high lift scissor pallet truck, rough terrian pallet truck, hand pallet truck(hydraulic pallet truck), low profile pallet truck, stainless pallet truck, galvanized pallet truck, roll pallet truck, pallet truck with scale, skid lifter pallet truck, weighing pallet truck and so on.
SAFETY RULES of Manual Pallet Truck(manual pallet jack)
For safe operation of the Hand Pallet Truck, please read all warning signs and instructions here and on the pallet truck prior to use.
- Safety rules
To avoid hazardous situations, you should obey the following rules:
- Fall Hazard
Do not use as a personnel lifting platform or step.
- Tip-over Hazards
Do not overload the machine.
The machine can be only used on a firm, level surface.
Do not use the machine on the condition of drop-offs, holes, bumps, debris, unstable surfaces or other possible hazardous conditions.
The machine can be only used in the light environment of at least 50LUX.
- Collision hazards
Do not lift if the load is not properly centered on the forks. Check the “Diagram of correct centered load” on the manual for correct load center position.
Check the work area for overhead obstruction or other possible hazards.
4) Bodily Injury Hazards
Recommended operators to wear safety shoes and gloves.
Do not put the hands and feet under the forks when using the machine.
5) Improper Use Hazard
Never leave a machine unattended with a load.
- Damaged Machine Hazards
Do not use a damaged or malfunctioning machine.
Conduct a thorough pre-operation inspection prior to each use.
Be sure that all decals are in place and legible.
- Lifting Hazard
Use proper lifting techniques to load the machine.