Exceed expectations with the MPE060F End Rider Truck. With its innovative design and industry leading pallet entry and exit, it allows for increased productivity and efficiency. Operators prefer the MPE060F for its ergonomic advances, including a contoured handgrip that alleviates fatigue.
The easy to use electro-mechanical park brake enhances productivity and allow for less maintenance. A fully programmable control system allows operators to alter settings based on the specific application. The MPE060F is the ideal truck for a variety of palletized loads.
Yale® iSi Technology™ incorporates a common control system with consistent functionality across the warehouse product line. The Integrated Smart Interface utilizes the same software, diagnostic codes and functionality for the main warehouse trucks creating commonality for users, supervisors and service personnel. The system offers full customization to allow a user to properly match the trucks' performance with the skill of the operator.
The MPE series has an optional power assist steer feature that significantly reduces operator steer effort and increases maneuverability. This results in reduced operator fatigue. This advanced system automatically provides the proper amount of assist based on handle position, steer angle, and truck travel speed.
Yale® iSi Technology™ speeds operator productivity and streamlines service and maintenance procedures to keep your costs down and productivity up.
From the ergonomically designed top-mounted handle, the state of the art robotic welding of the forks and frame, and the environmental enhancements of the galvanized options, Yale® MPE “F” series trucks are designed and manufactured to be among the most dependable trucks in the industry today.
The electrical system uses Yale® AC drive technology designed for exceptional performance, providing high starting torque and smooth acceleration. Yale® AC motor technology provides faster travel speeds and quicker direction changes. A speed sensor built into the motor provides feedback to the control system, allowing motor speed and direction to be continuously monitored.