Hand Truck Lift'n Buddy – Battery Powered Dolly
The Hand Truck Lift-N-Buddy is a battery powered lift dolly that makes moving and lifting a wide variety of items faster, safer, and easier. This battery powered dolly combines the lifting abilities of a stacker with the versatility and maneuverability of a 2-Wheel Hand Truck. These unique qualities of this portable hand truck lift make this tool perfect for almost any application. A motorized adjustable height platform situates loads at a comfortable height at the touch of a button to limit strain on the worker.
Advantages of a Lift-N-Buddy System
- Easy to operate with no training needed
- Extremely maneuverable- goes where no stacker has gone before
- Lifts load of up to 350 pounds up to 36 inches with ease
- Completely eliminates any bending or straining movement by the worker
- Easily stored
- More economic than powered lifts and powered stackers
The base plate allows for the unit to be freestanding when raised to 36" under a full 350 pound load.
|Platform with Backrest
20"x16" platform with backrest has 10 slits for holding down loads with bungee cords or straps.
Rear frame shelters the linear actuator, 12V maintenance free battery, and built-in charger.
|Tethered Push-Button Control
Tethered push-button control allows the user to regulate the height from any side of the Lift'N Buddy.
The Lift-N-Buddy portable hand truck system is perfect for a wide variety of applications.
- Shipping and Receiving
- Home Centers/Box Stores
- Paint Supply Outlets
- Bars and Restaurants
- Contactor Supply Houses
- Equipment Repair/Installation
- Offices and Medical Facilities
- Landscape Supply and Nurseries
- Commercial Bakeries
- Small Appliance Delivery
- Route Delivery Trucks
Hand Truck Lift Specifications
||16" x 20" x 13.5"
||10" flat-free polyurethane
||20" x 52" x 30"
|Overall Raised Height
||12V maintenance free
Ergonomic Partners is a distributor for Lift-n-Buddy lift dollies in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Arkansas, Mississippi, Nebraska, Tennessee, Kentucky, Iowa, and Oklahoma.