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Walkie Transfer Carriage

Manual industrial forklift battery changer with one 36" (914 mm) wide forklift battery compartment and is mounted to your pallet truck.

The BHS Walkie Transfer Carriage (WTC-36) is a non-powered battery changer designed for smaller battery fleets. The WTC-36 mounts to the user’s existing pallet truck to change batteries in side-extraction applications. The WTC comes in three models and offers a dependable and versatile battery changing system at an affordable cost. The BHS Walkie Transfer Carriage's heavy duty frame construction is built to handle today's demanding environments. Large 2.4" diameter rollers are standard on a WTC-36, as well as its hand wheel for positive control of the push/pull extractor arm. The WTC-36 has poly-coated rollers to reduce corrosive build-up and extend product life.

Features & Benefits

  • Heavy-duty construction for added reliability
  • Mounts easily to powered pallet truck—consult BHS for pallet truck specifications
  • Simple design made for easy maintenance
  • Large 2.4” (61 mm) diameter rollers standard
  • Hook and chain extraction
  • Hand wheel for positive control of the extractor arm
  • Spark-proof, poly-sleeved rollers reduce corrosive build-up and extend product life (WTC-24 only)
  • Battery Containment Bar encloses compartment to secure battery during transport
  • Rubber Bumpers protect the industrial lift truck fleet during battery change-out
  • Extractor Arm Latch automatically locks extractor arm in place when retracted
More Information
Mfr. Part Number WTC-36
Manufacturer BHS
Capacity 3,400 lb / 1542 kg
Roller Compartment Width 36" / 910 mm
Rollers per Compartment (Standard) 7
Roller Height 3" / 76 mm from base to top of roller
Maximum Battery Length 40.5" / 1029 mm
Overall Length 64.25" / 1632 mm
Overall Width 49.5" / 1257 mm
Overall Height 46.25" / 1175 mm
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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.