AeroGoLoadRunner uses on-board compressed air to move loads
Float 2,500 pounds loads with compressed air device
Allowing one operator to easily and safely move up to 2,500 pounds, AeroGo’s LoadRunner uses on-board compressed air to float its load across the floor.
This movement method reduces friction, requiring minimal operator effort. Offered as a replacement for hand trucks, pallet jacks and forklifts, the unit is completely self-contained.
Features include a low profile deck with 2-inch insertion height, intuitive throttle-style fingertip controls and quiet, emission-free operation.
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1170 Andover Park W
Seattle, Washington 98188
Tel: 1 (800) 426-4757
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