Mitsubishi OPBH10N Series High Level Order Pickers

1.0 tonnes

High Level Order Pickers, AC Power, 1.0 tonnes

The OPBHN order picker series offers unprecedented levels of efficiency in the use of warehouse space. With an ability to pick at heights from 4.7 m to an amazing 11.5 m – the highest in the market – and to operate in the narrowest of aisles, not a single cubic metre will be wasted! What’s more, the unique design of these trucks will allow your operator to work comfortably and pick quickly from the safe environment of the cabin.

Both models feature the revolutionary Visionmast, with its remarkably clear views and high residual capacities. The innovative Active Sway Control (ASC), fitted as standard for masts with lifting heights of 5.1m or more, reduces delays due to mast sway by 50% in typical applications. Choose the high performance 48V OPBH10NH model and you will get AC powered hydraulics as well as drive – generating the highest lift speed in the market. But both this model and the 24V OPBH10N are equipped with every possible aid to the operator. Suitable for rail guided, wire guided or non-guided applications, each comes with a choice of specifications to meet particular needs – including different chassis and cabin widths, battery capacities, control layouts and rail guide heights.

 

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ModelLoad Capacity
OPBH10N1000 kg
OPBH10NH1000 kg
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