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Electric Transporter Moves Sump Cleaner Safely through Workspace

The Cecor CB6 walk/ride transport base moves a sump cleaner safely through a plant between collection, treatment or disposal.
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The Cecor CB6 walk/ride transport base moves a sump cleaner safely through a plant between collection, treatment or disposal. Users can mount the sump cleaner on a battery-powered pallet truck with stand-on platform for easy driving. Off the truck, the operator can use controls to maneuver the unit into tight spots and next to machine tools for sump cleaning. The sump cleaner uses high-suction lift to remove coolant, chips and sludge from the sump. Solids are caught in its filter, while coolant passes into the tank. The operator can then drive the unit to a reclamation or disposal station.

The pallet truck operates on a 24-V battery. With a tight turning radius, the pallet truck maneuvers through narrow aisles and around tight corners. The base has a battery charge indicator and automatic charger. It also features a speed controller with adjustable acceleration and braking.

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