Big LiftEconomy-class S22 electric stacker
2,200-pound capacity featuring monomast construction and a 62" lift height.
The Big Joe S22 eStacker is an economy class, electric, walk-behind forklift developed for users with limited duty cycles and confined operating areas. Tasks related to ergonomic work positioning and the staging of loads are ideal for this stacker, as are the double stacking of pallets in tight retail applications.
The unit handles up to 2,200 pounds and provides lift to 62 inches with its standard monomast configuration. Features include a rugged steel frame, DC drive system, Curtis controller, adjustable straddles, ergonomic control tiller, maintenance-free batteries, key switch, a battery discharge indicator, and (with an integral charger) can be plugged into a standard 110V outlet.
For further customization, options include a remote lift control pendant, various fork lengths, battery upgrades, and two additional mast configurations with maximum lift heights ranging from 105 to 126 inches.
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Big Joe walkie stackers, pallet trucks, and order pickers are well known for their rugged easy to use designs that provide a low cost alternative to traditional sit down forklifts.
Big Joe electric forklifts are proudly distributed through the largest network of professional forklift sales and service providers in the United States.
In 2009 the Big Joe brand and factory was bought by a partnership involving the global equipment company EP and organized into a new company called Big Lift LLC.
1060 N. Garfield Street
Lombard, Illinois 60148
Tel: Phone: 630-916-2600
Fax: Fax: 630-916-0657
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