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AXiA EX - SBR12-20N2(I)(S) Series

SBR12-20N2(I)(S) Series

Small spaces big performance
  • Stacker | Stand-in
  • 1.2-2.0 Tonnes
  • 24 Volts
  • AC-Power
Combining efficiency with productivity

If you are looking to maximise the efficiency of your warehouse space, stand-in stackers may be the perfect choice for you. Combining minimal dimensions, a tight turning circle, and excellent operator protection, they offer an affordable and flexible alternative to a full VNA solution. By keeping the driver completely — and safely protected — within the truck, they can manoeuvre in much smaller aisle width.

Designing a warehouse around stand-in stackers is up to 35% more efficient from a space point of view compared to pedestrian stackers, typically lowering the cost per pallet position by a third. The compact profile also potentially allows for two-way traffic in aisles vs a reach truck, allowing for increased productivity.

And standing is the most efficient position for an operator from a working point of view, easily allowing them to frequently step on and off throughout a shift. There is ample space to work while still offering excellent all-round protection while working, and by being entirely within the truck they are better protected against collisions.

Model Capacity
SBR12N2 1250 kg
SBR12N2I 1250 kg
SBR16N2 1600 kg
SBR16N2I 1600 kg
SBR16N2S 1600 kg
SBR20N2 2000 kg
SBR20N2I 2000 kg
SBR20N2S 2000 kg

Key Features

Mitsubishi AXiA EX - SBR12-20N2(I)(S) Series - Standing vs regular

Standing vs regular

By keeping the operator completely within the truck, not only are they better protected in cases of accident or impact, but the truck itself can be more compact and manoeuvrable, allowing for use in narrower aisles.

Mitsubishi AXiA EX - SBR12-20N2(I)(S) Series - Enhanced Stability System (ESS)

Enhanced Stability System (ESS)

As well as the high-stability chassis design, additional automatic systems are in place to automatically reduce acceleration during sharper turns and reduce drive speed when forks are above 1.7 m.

Mitsubishi AXiA EX - SBR12-20N2(I)(S) Series - Ergo Forks Trailing Control

Ergo Forks Trailing Control

When travelling over long distances with forks trailing, this additional control option allows for a more comfortable standing position with the operator facing forward. (Option)

Mitsubishi AXiA EX - SBR12-20N2(I)(S) Series - Intelligent Cornering System

Intelligent Cornering System

Intelligent Cornering System (ICS) logo The truck senses the angle of a turn and reduces speed early. This makes for much safer handling with maximum stability and accurate, positive cornering.

Mitsubishi AXiA EX - SBR12-20N2(I)(S) Series - Li-ion battery

Li-ion battery

Li-ion Battery Technology logo This option allows for quick charging, while minimising maintenance - avoiding the need for costly extra batteries and time-consuming changeovers. (Option)

Mitsubishi AXiA EX - SBR12-20N2(I)(S) Series - Wide straddle models

Wide straddle models

Positioning the legs on the outside of a pallet allows the forks to work with close-bottomed pallets and specialised loads. The open space also enable the use of a variety of special handling attachments e.g. spikes, clamps, rolls, etc. Standard width between straddles is 750 mm or 950 mm. Other widths are available if required.