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MULAG, TLD, TUG or TIPS - your choice

Power Stow can supply electrical as well as diesel driven units

The Power Stow Rollertrack Conveyor can be built on various belt loaders chosen by the customer:

TLD TLD - NBL
Available as diesel and electrical
Designed for reliability and low maintenance costs, the NBL-E uses the latest technology and features very simple electric and hydraulic circuits. Location and accessibility of all components have been designed to reduce maintenance time to a minimum.
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Mulag

 

Mulag - Orbiter
Available as diesel, electrical and gas.
With its extended belt length the Orbiter 9 is applicable even under difficult conditions. Many useful features like for example safety supports for work underneath the conveyor belt are serial equipment - this results in an interesting allround vehicle.
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TUG

 

TUG - model 660
Available as gas and diesel
TUG has taken the rugged durability, versatility and performance which characterizes our traditional 660 tug belt loader and tailored it specifically for today's environmentally.
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TIPS

 

TIPS - CB1042EPS
Available as diesel and electrical
Belt loader with environmentally friendly electric drive, a boom width of 1.060 mm and length of 9.000 mm to reach sill heights from 1.000 mm up to 4.400 mm.
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Proven quality

Power Stow has been in the market for more than 10 years. Tested and tried under harsh, everyday conditions, the Rollertrack Conveyor has proved its superior performance through cost-effective loading and offloading of passenger baggage on the ramp.

  • More than 600 units in service worldwide
  • Recognized by HSE organizations
  • Operational in all weather conditions
Fast return on investment

Power Stow helps airport ground handlers to become faster and more efficient at loading & unloading bulk baggage and cargo, while improving working conditions for their people.

  • Significant operational savings
  • Higher productivity
  • No additional weight during flight
  • Lower injury costs associated with shoulder and back injuries
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