Bär Cargolift - Lifting Performance.

Transports Le Calvez moves heavy pallets with the BC 2500 R4T

Specialized on temperature controlled transport the Le Calvez group hauls majorly heavy pallets within France and in Europe. In addition the group cares about the distribution for several contracting parties. With the BC 2500 R4T the company has a strong assistant for loading and unloading: The solid capacity of 2.500 kg combined with the high load distance of 1.000 mm results in a powerfull load moment of 25 kNm. Because you do not become the best logistician in France in 2014 by chance!

Power that proves itself in daily business as refrigerated goods are heavy. In addition heavy pallets are moved by electric forklifts that bring along significant additional weight. The BC 2500 R4T is prepared for this. Next to the powerful load moment this Bär Cargolift RetFalt has a big platform with a depth of 2.010 mm and a width of 2.400 mm.

The platform is equipped with trolley stops for the transport of trolleys. The blue SilentGrip surface reduces noise in use. The underlying TracGrip has an anti-slippery effect – even when the underground is wet. 

Bär Cargolift – Lifting Performance.

Transports Le Calvez

The daily performance of BC 2500 R4T

Im Zweischichtbetrieb werden mit dem Cargolift be- oder entladen:

  • Pallets with frozen Food (Gewicht 900-1.200 kg)
  • Pallet truck (weight 500 kg)
  • Driver (weight 80 kg)
BC 2500 R4T 

Technical data:

  • Load capacity: 2.500 kg
  • Load centre: 1.000 mm
  • Load moment: 25 kNm
  • Platform: 2.010 mm x 2.400 mm

Further information on Bär Cargolift RetFalt »

Bär Cargolift is one of the largest manufacturers of taillifts in Europe. Bär offers Cargolifts for all applications and vehicle categories with working loads from 500 to 3000 kilograms: Standard taillifts, single or double folded retractable taillifts and the FreeAccess Vanlift. All products are manufactured in-house at the company's main facility in Heilbronn, where the first Bär taillift was designed and manufactured by Gerd Bär over 30 years ago.