Transport Trade PCE-PTS

Posted by Ralf on January 31st, 2017 — Posted in News

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Wiegehubwage PCE-PTS 1M and the Gabelhubwage PCE-PTS 2M are calibrated and very popular in the camp, as they save space, mobile and are flexible in use. Wiegehubwage PCE-PTS 1M and the Gabelhubwage PCE-PTS 2M are calibrated and very popular in the camp, as they save space, mobile and are flexible in use. The PCE-PTS pallet truck 2 M is equipped with a thermal printer, and can also print therefore the displayed weight with time and date desired. In the camp’s new cradle stroke scales PCE-PTS…Insert M of the PCE Germany GmbH particularly well. You can put this special lift trucks goods from A to B, and also weigh.

The tandem rollers and the fork rollers of the truck are made of polyurethane. A range can be with the piece counting function quickly weighed and checked for the delivered quantity, saving any time, because not each carton must be counted separately. The truck with integrated scales have clear advantages over the conventional car. Limits are also taken into account, the at the, or exceed the weight then signals are. The weighing range of the new Wiegehubwage PCE-PTS 1 M and the new Gabelhubwage PCE-PTS 2 M is 2,000 kg and will be shown in 1 kg increments. With the 50 mm large digits on the illuminated display, can you read immediately the value with a view and must not interrupt your work flow.

All two new truck PCE-PTS…M with summing function, piece counting function, peak performance buoyancy and control weighing equipped. The summing function of weighing machines can add several weighing and display also as total weight. Workspaces can be simplified with the low-cost pallet truck of PCE Germany GmbH. More info: Douglas Oberhelman. The PCE Germany GmbH has launched two new calibrated lift trucks on the market. The new cradle lift truck PCE-PTS 1 M and the new fork lift trucks PCE-PTS 2M. Both pallet truck can be used to transport and to the weigh-in. More information under: metrology /..

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