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Title: Basic Types of Walkie Stackers & Benefits

Walkie Stacker Types, Application Advantages
Types Of Walkie Stacker
  • Standard Walkie Stacker
  • Ride on Walkie Stacker
  • Walkie Straddle Stacker
  • Walkie Reach Stacker
  • Counter Balance Walkie Stacker

Standard Walkie Stacker
  • Standard walkie stackers make use of legs that
    sit below the forks to assign load weight. This
    also facilitates them to lift and manage two
    pallets at the same time, which makes them
    perfect for applications that need both stacking
    of pallets and transportation. As compared to the
    other types of walkie stackers, standard walkie
    stacker provides the smallest turning circle.
    They are specifically made for mid-level racking

Ride on Walkie Stacker
  • They have a platform and special controls to
    facilitate operators to ride on the walkie
    stacker. To operate a ride on walkie stackers,
    the driver needs a forklift license whereas walk
    behind units does not need any license. Minimum
    lifting heights commence from 2000mm and can
    extend up to 6110mm.

Walkie Straddle Stacker
  • Walkie straddle stackers are the most popular
    type of walkie stacker to be seen here, in
    Australia. To allocate load weight, they make use
    of straddle legs. They are usually used for low
    to mid-level chosen racking applications like
    customer zone racking areas, small warehouses and
    storerooms. Minimum lifting heights commence from
    3300mm and can extend up to 5000mm.

Walkie Reach Stacker
  • Walkie Reach Stacker equipped with a pantographic
    scissor mast. That means the mast is able to
    manoeuvre loads forward, away from the stackers
    body. They are most frequently used in
    applications such as loading trucks, utility
    vehicles and trailers. Generally used for general
    mid-level racking applications. Minimum lifting
    heights commence from 2000mm and can extend up to

Counter Balance Walkie Stacker
  • Counter balance walkie stackers use counter
    balance weight to allocate loads. counter balance
    walkie stackers have the longest total length,
    which necessitates a bigger turning circle when
    compared to other types of stackers. The
    counter-balance walkie stacker has a different
    type of lifting mast and their minimum lifting
    heights commence from 2000mm and can extend up to

Manual Walkie Stackers
  • Manual walkie stackers are not recommended for
    handling pallets in racking as they have very
    restricted lifting heights and operate very
    slowly. Thus, they are only suggested for general
    lifting with very low volume of load.

Walkie Stackers Major Advantages
  • One of the major advantages is it does not
    release smokes or exhaust pollution and makes no
    noise, which makes them perfect for indoor
    material handling.
  • Thanks to their smaller size, operators have
    better visibility when handling loads.
  • Walkie reach stackers are perfect for handling
    pallets in storerooms and in specialised
    warehousing sections like customer assigned
    storage spaces.

  • They are highly manoeuvrable so they are able to
    work in compact spaces and can aid in expanding
    warehouse capacity.
  • When compared to Diesel and LPG/Petrol forklifts,
    electric-powered equipment has lower operating
    costs on an ongoing basis.
  • Unless walkie stackers are a ride on, operators
    do not need a forklift license to operate.
    Nevertheless, operators should be aware of safety
    practices and all the controls as well as acquire
    permission from their company to operate it.
  • They generate lesser carbon emissions because
    they require lower energy.

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