A two shelf pick trolley with incorporated step ladder to allow access to items stored at above standard height. The three rung ladder is fitted with support handles and is spring loaded via a gas strut system to stabilise the trolley when the ladder is in use. The trolley is manually operated and the user controls direction by directing the rear of the trolley.
Extra product information
Materials: The trolley has a steel frame with a powder coated blue finish
Castors: The trolley has 4 swivel blue rubber castors with a diameter of 125mm
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model BMP028 : One model only
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 400 kg
- Weight Overall 49 kg
- Width Overall 600 mm
- Diameter of Castor 125 mm
- Height Overall 1600 mm
- Height of Step 0 mm - 660 mm
- Length Overall 1500 mm
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