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    Lectura specs Forklifts Warehouse Pedestrian pallet stacker Warehouse Still Pedestrian pallet stacker Still Still EGV 14 specifications

    Technical specs - EGV 14 Still

    Notice: Every data listed is verified by LECTURA Specs team experts. However, incomplete data and mistakes might occur. Contact our team with any change suggestion.

    Nominal load at COG 1.4 t
    Wheel base 1,223 m
    Standard tyres 1x1/2
    Transport length 1.89 m
    Transport width 0.88 m
    Transport height 1.995 m
    Centre of gravity 600 mm
    Lifting height 2.844 m
    Traction motor 1,2 kW
    Hoist motor 3 kW
    Battery capacity 24/200 V/Ah
    Weight 1.038 t
    Battery weight 0,222 t
    Travel speed with / without load 5/6 km/h
    Hoisting with / without load 0,12/0,25 m/s
    Lowering with load 0,34/0,2 m/s
    max. climbing ability 7/15 %
    Turning radius 1.5 m

    EGV 14 Still - Special equipment

    • Double lift
    • Initial lift
    • Platform foldable
    • Scissor lift

    RAVAS iForks-32 weight scaling solution for your Still EGV 14

    RAVAS iForks-32

    Successful RAVAS scale forks

    Fit iForks for your Still EGV 14 and realise immediate cost savings

    Functions:

    Gross/net weighing

    Totalling with sequence number

    Weight data transfer to smart phone, tablet, handheld and WMS/ERP system

    Benefits:

    Installation within 5 minutes

    Completely wireless with digital calibration

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    1.4t

    1,223 m

    1x1/2

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