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Foster 42" All-A-Board Lifter
Foster 42" All-A-Board Lifter

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List Price: $5,995.00
Our Price: $3,597.00
Savings: $2,398.00

Product Code: E-PACK2000

Description Technical Specs
The Foster 42" All-A-Board Lifter moves rigid substrates through narrow aisles, doors, and between machinery. Feed boards into printers or use as a mobile work bench to meet changing workflow and space requirements. This lifter is shipped fully assembled and is solidly constructed with several ergonomic design features.

The body frame is constructed from clear anodized, t-slotted extruded aluminum fastened with metric hardware and extrusion specific fasteners. Four heavy duty 5″ diameter swivel locking casters can transport up to 1000 lbs of 4’ x 10’ media. A handle along the back of the frame allows operators to maneuver and rotate table top from vertical to flat position. A spring loaded latch mechanism locks table top in flat position. The pull handle allows operator to easily release latch mechanism and return table to vertical position. Finally, a durable, high-pressure laminate surface is fastened to the lifter frame with counter-sunk (flat head cap screw) hardware that prevents scratching and is impact resistant.

The All-A-Board Lifter is surprisingly light and with its versatile positioning, transport of large materials just became so much easier and safer!
  • Substrate/board transport hand truck
  • Quickly load a 6″ stack of boards
  • Transports up to 4' x 10' media
  • Rotate and lock into a flat position
  • Operator can quickly and safely load boards onto printers and cutters
  • Four 125 mm locking swivel casters effortlessly move up to 1,000 lbs
  • Full length handle bars on panel and load sides enable operators to pull top from vertical to flat position
  • Industrial grade extrusions clear coat anodized finish + 1 mm tolerance
  • Ships via truck fully assembled
  • 2-year warranty on casters
  • 5-year warranty on extrusions

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