Pallet trucks thrive in extreme situations

March 1, 2008
Raymond Corporation offers a range of pallet trucks designed for extreme and corrosive environments

The Raymond Corporation offers a range of pallet trucks designed for extreme and corrosive environments. Protective features of the Extreme Environment Corrosion Package extend the life of the pallet truck and significantly reduce cost of ownership.

The Extreme Environment Corrosion Package is offered in three Raymond pallet truck models:

  • Model 102XM-4,500-lb.-capacity walkie pallet truck
  • Model 8300-6,000-lb.-capacity walkie pallet truck
  • Model 8400-6,000-lb.-capacity end rider pallet truck

This package provides extra protection for Raymond pallet trucks that are exposed to salty, high-moisture, washdown, and corrosive environments found in food processing; poultry, meat, and fish processing; cold storage; and chemical processing.

For more information, visit www.raymondcorp.com.

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