Tow tractors P50

Uncomplicated pace-setter

Easy and efficient transport of goods over short distances

Linde Material Handling's P50 pedestrian tow tractor is designed especially for flexible transport with one or more tow hitches. Users benefit from the easy control, precise acceleration and effective braking that these trucks provide. In addition, the truck is very agile and easy to maneuver in narrow aisles or elevators where there is limited space. The tow tractors are designed to provide stability on three wheels, which allows operators to use the tow tractors on ramps or on uneven surfaces. Its maximum towing load is five tons. It can reach a maximum speed of 6 kilometers per hour.

Characteristics

Safety

The two rear wheels are located behind a deep apron, completely within the chassis. This prevents the wheels from becoming wedged together with any kind of obstruction or from crushing something. In addition, there are no sharp edges on any part of the truck that the operator could hurt himself or herself on. The specialized shape of the tiller also protects the hands while driving. If the operator releases the driving switch, the truck automatically brakes immediately. The P50 automatically reduces its speed around curves to protect the operator and the load from dangerous situations.

  • Deep wheel aprons
  • Designed with no sharp edges
  • Tiller with hand protection
  • Curve assist
  • Automatic brake function

Ergonomics

The pedestrian tow tractor tiller is ergonomically designed and is easy to operate: All important control elements are located on the tiller head and can be used with either the right or the left hand. The user must never release the tiller. The front and middle sections of the truck feature wide, spacious compartments for storing plastic packaging film, transport documents, work gloves and writing utensils.

  • Ergonomic tiller
  • Can be operated using the right or left hand
  • Wide, spacious storage compartments

Handling

With a powerful 1.5-kW three-phase motor, the P50 reaches its maximum speed quickly, with or without a load. As soon as the driving switch is released, the powerful braking system slows the truck and any trailers quickly. This interplay between the motor and brakes ensures high-performance handling. Power steering makes the truck easy to operate and helps when maneuvering in narrow aisles. Creep-speed buttons on either side of the truck make it easier to connect a trailer to the truck.

  • Powerful three-phase motor
  • Effective brakes
  • Precise power steering
  • Creep-speed buttons

Service

The truck must be serviced after every 1000 operating hours. To do this, the technician connects his or her laptop to the integrated CAN bus interface, reads all of the truck's data and adapts the settings as needed. The necessary service components can be accessed without difficulty, beneath a cover in the front part of the truck. The three-phase motor is maintenance-free.

  • CAN bus interface
  • Easily accessible components
  • Maintenance-free three-phase motor

Technical Data

Model Load capacity/Load Battery voltage/rated capacity (5h) Turning radius Travel speed, with/without load
P50 5.0 (t) 24 / 375 (V)/(Ah) 1045 (mm) 6 / 6 (km/h)

Optional Equipment

Tow Hitches

Linde equips the truck with simple hitches or multi-position hitches.

Lateral battery replacement

The battery can be replaced from the left or right side of the truck. A latch holds the battery safely in place in the battery compartment before use.

Types of batteries

Linde offers a wide selection of high and low capacity batteries for the truck, from 270 Ah (3 PzS) to 500 Ah (4 PzS).

Other battery equipment

Linde offers external chargers for batteries of all sizes. They also offer a sturdy battery stand that can hold up to two batteries.

Holder

The holder can hold a data terminal or bar code reader.

Creep-speed buttons

Creep-speed buttons on both sides of the truck make it easier to hitch a trailer properly and safely.

Lights

There are different truck models available with front headlights, a flashing warning light on a pole behind the seat, and taillights.

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