(redirected from stacker)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Super Gloria was developed by Kalmar after receiving a customer request for a custom-built reach stacker that could lift 100 tonnes.
Potentially, the diesel engine of the hybrid reach stacker could be replaced by another source of electrical energy, as technology and price allow.
This involves continuous development of features on existing lift trucks, and we give input for the development of new models such as the new hybrid reach stacker," he added.
ELECTRIFICATION In a conventional reach stacker, the driveline is a diesel/mechanical system consisting of a diesel engine, torque converter and transmission.
The position stackers must be in before starting to stack: knees bent, wrists swiveled.
Over the past three years the company has sold 50 Pick-up Stackers.
No other stacker on the market has all of these labor-saving features and options.
With the V bin installed, operators can feed the stackers with a wheel loader or similar equipment with bucket loads of up to 7 yards as basic standard capacity
Unsurprisingly, the Stacker has come in for stinging criticism from US health experts and contributors to American website forums.
As soon as the driver passes a security fob in front of a special electronic reader it takes 40 seconds for the Old Hall Street residents to drive into a bay, exit and leave the rest to the stacker to whisk their wheels on to the nearest available platform.
According to TMHU, each new lift truck, as with the company's existing line of electric walkie stackers, is engineered with metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor (MOSFET) controller system and separately excited motor (SEM) drive technologies, "resulting in increased battery efficiency, stepless acceleration and improved operator control.
In the third quarter, it ran a promotion hyping its Super Stacker sandwich, which the company's chief executive officer and president, Julia Stewart, credited as key to same-store sale growth.