Equipment

SP 4000 Series Order Picker

Crown Equipment

July 11, 2013 - Equipment

Crown Equipment Corporation’s SP 4000 Series is a 36-volt, battery-powered stockpicker capable of handling capacities up to 3,000 lbs. and reaching a lift height of 366 inches. It features a regenerative lowering system that captures lost energy and returns it to the battery. The forklift has an AC traction system that offers responsive control and smooth directional changes, and offers an AC lift system with a variable lift/lower feature. The Crown SP 4000 features a maximum travel speed of 7.5 miles per hour, a lift speed of 100 feet per minute, and a lower speed of 80 feet per minute.

Tim Forlow, marketing product manager, Crown Equipment, said the SP 4000 Series exhibits an operator-centric design. It features the industry’s largest platform window – 50% larger than other stockpickers – and provides operators the visibility they need to safely and effectively maneuver up and down aisle. The forklift has a rigid mast design and offers the most usable floor space of any stockpicker.

The Crown SP 4000 includes the company’s Access 1 2 3 technology that provides on-board intelligence for monitoring and controlling all systems of the forklift. Access 1 2 3 also provides advanced diagnostics that allow technicians to access troubleshooting capabilities. The on-board display panel shows a battery discharge indicator (BDI), an hour meter, operator and service messages, and event codes.

The forklift can also be equipped with Crown Equipment’s InfoLink, a wireless fleet and operator management system that delivers data from forklifts through content-rich dashboards that help fleet managers focus on real efficiency opportunities.

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