Forklift Battery Handling Beam
Posi-Latch are designed to provide customers with a safe, dependable, and economical battery handling solution for small lift truck fleets. Their heavy-duty steel and maple construction ensure long life and trouble-free operation. The lifting beam is constructed of 2”x6” laminated maple for strength, durability, and non-conductivity while the non-slip hook design fits snugly into most battery lifting holes.
BATTERY HANDLING BEAM FEATURES
- Laminated maple construction w/ 5/8” Steel hooks
- Non-Slip Hook Design
- Equipped with MTC’s Posi-Latch Mechanism
- 4000 lb./6000 lb. Capacity
- Ensures long life and non-conductive lifting method
- Fits snugly into most battery lifting holes
- Helps prevent batteries from slipping during removal
- Safely handles most forklift batteries on the market
|MODEL||CAPACITY||LENGTH||BATTERIES||BH* Adjustable in 3” Increments|
|HB-4000-PL||4000 lbs./1814 kg||43”/109cm||21”/53 cm to 42”/107 cm long||24”/61cm to 39”/99 cm|
|HB-6000-PL||6000 lbs./2722 kg||47”/119 cm||25”/64 cm to 46”/117 cm long||28”/71 cm to 43”/109 cm|
HB-4000 Handling Beam
The battery handling beam is made from heavy-duty steel and maple construction to ensure long life and trouble-free operation. The lifting beam is constructed of 2”x6” laminated maple for strength, durability, and non-conductivity while the non-slip hook design fits snugly into most battery lifting holes.
Avoid using chains or metal lifting devices to prevent any damage or explosive accident by shorting out the battery links.
Battery Handling Beam Models:
4,000 lb capacity – HB-4000-PL
6,000 lb capacity – HB-6000-PL
Consider purchasing our forklift lifting hook with the Battery Handling Beam. The Fork Hook Attachment is a simple device to slide on the forks to position a hook for lifting below the forks. The FA-6000 comes with a safety chain to secure the device from sliding off the forks. It is easy to install only weighing 25 lb. but still allowing to lifts loads up to 6,000 lb. (subject to the forklift lifting capacity and load centre)