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Order Picking Platform - Knock Down Flat

$1,370.00
SKU
OPP
The Order Picking Platform–Knock Down Flat (OPP-4840-KDF) attaches to an order picker truck for upper-shelf picking to pallets or inventory replenishment directly from pallet loads.

Order Picking Platforms attach to order picker trucks to greatly increase capacity during picking and putaway tasks at any height. These steel, enclosed platforms store a pallet in the base, allowing pickers to build unit loads on the go, or to replenish inventory directly from pallets. Collapsible enclosure walls reduce freight costs and provide vertical storage between uses. Assembled, users can stack OPP-KDF two high*. Knocked down flat**, units nest up to six high within a single footprint. Optional push handle and casters allow manual mobility, with or without forklifts.

  • Provides safe, high-capacity storage for pallet-loads during picking and putaway
  • Steel, powder-coated construction for increased durability
  • Integrated fork pockets provide connection to order picker trucks
  • Ships knocked down flat to save on freight costs
  • Stack two (2) assembled units during storage, or collapse to nest six (6) high
  • Carrying capacity of 1,000 pounds (453.59 kg)
  • Sized to store standard pallets and full pallet loads
  • Standard slotted steel walls stand 24” (60.96 cm) high
  • Optional additional panels increase enclosure height to 48” (121.92 cm)
  • Optional casters and push handle available for manual use
  • Optional bifolding removable cover provides a work surface with adjustable dimensions

* A maximum of one unit can be safely attached to an order picker truck. Do not attempt to use stacked units simultaneously on lift truck.

**Removal of bolts required for disassembly

More Information
Manufacturer BHS
Mfr. Part Number OPP-KDF

California Residents: WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or reproductive harm, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Learn more here.