Pallet Jacks


3 Ton Pallet Jack - Standard

3 Ton Pallet Jack - Narrow

3 Ton Pallet Jack - Extra Narrow

3.5 Ton Pallet Jack

5 Ton Pallet Jack

2 Ton Extended Fork Pallet Jack

2 Ton Low Profile Pallet Jack

2.5 Ton Scale Pallet Jack

2 Ton Electric Pallet Jack

1.5 Ton HiLift Pallet Jack

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2.5 Ton Stainless Steel Jack


Pallet Jacks are one of the most fundamental pieces of equipment in warehouse, distribution, and storage facilities.

What is a Pallet Jack?

A pallet jack is a wheeled trolley designed to lift and transport pallets.

The truck's tapered forks slot underneath the pallet and the pump handle can then be used to raise and lower the load. Pallet jacks are commonly seen in warehouses, stockrooms, and other environments where wooden pallets are frequently used.

There are two main types of pallet jacks: manual and electric.

Manual pallet jacks are hand-operated, while electric pallet jacks are powered by an electric motor. Powered pallet jacks are typically more expensive than manual pallet jacks, but they can move heavier loads and are more efficient for long distances.

What are the benefits of using a Pallet Jack?

Overall, pallet jacks offer a number of benefits that can help businesses to improve productivity, reduce costs, and improve safety. If you are looking for a way to make your warehouse or distribution center more efficient, then a pallet jack is a good investment.

A pallet jack simplifies the process of moving loads around your premises whilst eliminating many of the risks associated with heavy lifting.

There are many benefits to using a pallet jack, including:

  • Reduced risk of injury: Pallet jacks can help to reduce the risk of back injuries, which are a common problem in warehouses and other workplaces. This is because pallet jacks allow workers to lift and move heavy loads with less strain on their backs.
  • Increased productivity: Pallet jacks can help to increase productivity by making it easier and faster to move pallets. This can free up workers to focus on other tasks, such as picking and packing orders.
  • Lowered costs: Pallet jacks can help to lower costs by reducing the need for manual labor. This can save businesses money on labor costs and on workers' compensation claims.
  • Improved safety: Pallet jacks can help to improve safety by reducing the risk of accidents. This is because pallet jacks make it easier to move pallets in a controlled manner.
  • Increased efficiency: Pallet jacks can help to increase efficiency by making it easier to move pallets in a straight line. This can help to reduce the amount of time and space required to move pallets.
  • Improved ergonomics: Pallet jacks can help to improve ergonomics by reducing the amount of bending and lifting required to move pallets. This can help to reduce fatigue and improve worker comfort.
  • Increased visibility: Pallet jacks are typically smaller than forklifts, which means that they have a smaller blind spot. This can help to improve visibility in warehouses and other workplaces, which can help to prevent accidents.

  • Versatility: Pallet jacks can be used in a variety of environments, including warehouses, factories, and retail stores. This makes them a versatile tool that can be used for a variety of tasks.

  • Ease of use: Pallet jacks are relatively easy to use, even for people with limited experience. This makes them a good option for businesses that need to move pallets but do not have a lot of trained personnel.

What can Pallet Jacks be used for?

Pallet jacks are a versatile tool that can be used for a variety of tasks, including:

  • Moving pallets from one location to another
  • Loading and unloading trucks
  • Storing pallets in high-bay racking
  • Picking and packing orders

How Does a Pallet Jack Work?

1)      To move a load using a pallet jack, you must first place that load on a pallet and secure it using suitable strapping materials (e.g. lashing straps).

2)      Once your load is secure: Position the pallet jack behind the pallet and slide the forks into the gaps underneath the pallet.

3)      You can then use the pallet jacks pump-action handle to raise the pallet up off the ground.

4)      Once raised, you can move the pallet by pushing or pulling on the handle of the pallet jack.

It is important to note that pallet jacks are powered manually and depend on human force to operate.

The worker pushes the forks into the pallet and raises it off the floor to the required height by using the jacking part of the machine.

Once lifted, the pallet jack can be moved by the operator wherever it’s needed.

What areas do we deliver Pallet Jacks to?

At Dreymar, we supply and deliver pallet jacks throughout South Africa.

Our main service areas include (but are not limited to):

Gauteng (All Areas), Western Cape (All Areas), Kwazulu-Natal (All Areas), Nelspruit, Limpopo, Bloemfontein, Rustenburg, East London, Port Elizabeth.

Please contact our sales team for further assistance.