It has a safety railing system that can be adjusted to suit the job
It is available with an automatic closing gate at the platform entry
It meets Australian, New Zealand and European Union Standards and, it costs less in the long run
Stockmaster Navigator is a very safe and easy to use mobile work platform. It features a Move, Steer and Brake control which eliminates the need for springs, folding steps, wheel brakes and other devices. Taking hold of the control raises the unit to the mobile position and provides easy steering. Release of the control automatically returns Navigator to the stationary mode where it is braked, totally stable and has all four feet in contact with the floor at at all times. All skating and movement associated with designs that use springs is eliminated, and there is no movement as the operator moves about the platform.
One control does it all creating a much safer product.
With the Move, Steer and Brake control actuated, the operator is positioned away from the front of the ladder to allow a normal walking step, and the unit moves quickly with minimal effort. Navigator will move to a new position in less than half the time of competing products. The Move, Steer and Brake control also enables the platform to be used as a trolley. Navigator is easier and faster to move around saving time and equipment.
Navigator is supplied with a flexible Platform Safety Rail system which can be set up to three different configurations to provide improved ergonomics and easy access for stock picking, maintenance tasks and many other applications, and when fitted with with the Auto-Safe Gate the operator is protected from accidentally stepping off the front of the platform.
Stockmaster Navigator is a modular design enabling parts replacement in the event of accidental damage. It is manufactured from high quality materials and built to last. With reasonable care Stockmaster Navigator will give many years of service, and cost less in the long run.
Stockmaster Navigator meets or exceeds all the requirements of the Australian / New Zealand standard AS/NZS 1892.1:1996 and the European Standard EN 131: Parts 1 and 2