NARROW AISLE REACH

Narrow-aisle lift Reach trucks are designed to work in areas narrower than 12 feet (144 inches). While they provide more storage space, narrow aisle storage systems require reach trucks and order pickers to operate in much narrower aisle widths.
Narrow-aisle trucks use electric motors. They work in aisles 8 to 9 1/2 feet wide. They come mostly as stand-up riders. This configuration helps increase productivity and operator comfort.
Reach trucks use a pantograph that lets the operator extend or retract the load without moving the lift truck.

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NARROW AISLE REACH

Narrow-aisle lift Reach trucks are designed to work in areas narrower than 12 feet (144 inches). While they provide more storage space, narrow aisle storage systems require reach trucks and order pickers to operate in much narrower aisle widths.
Narrow-aisle trucks use electric motors. They work in aisles 8 to 9 1/2 feet wide. They come mostly as stand-up riders. This configuration helps increase productivity and operator comfort.
Reach trucks use a pantograph that lets the operator extend or retract the load without moving the lift truck.