Erie, PA, January 18, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Automation Devices, Inc. (ADI) has received many positive accolades for its Fork Rhino fork lift attachment, forcing ADI to expand the product line further to include several unique models.
Created by Kevin Smith, ADI President, the Fork Rhino allows a user to eliminate the single fork method of moving trailers which can result in fork sag and uncontrolled fork swing. “We’ve received such a tremendous response from Rhino customers on the design and usability of the Fork Rhino, that we’ve designed several custom models to meet more specific needs of our customers,” says Smith.
Specialty models include:
· 10,000 Pound Capacity Rhino
This model is a modified version of ADI’s Shackled Rhino Receiver equipped with 10,000 lb capacity hardware versus the standard 6,000.
· 20,000 Pound Capacity Rhino
The 20,000 capacity is a heavy-duty adapted model of the Shackled Rhino with a higher weight capacity and a reinforced pintle mount.
· Shackled King Pin Fork Rhino Fork Lift Attachment
Designed for a specific customer, the King Pin Rhino is ideal for transporting trailers with a kingpin coupler attachment.
· Extra Wide Fork Rhino Fork Lift Attachment
This Rhino was designed to allow for a wider than standard fork spread at the fully together position to accommodate fork lifts with automatic fork spreaders.
· Placement Rhino
Designed specifically for use with vibratory feeder bowls, this rhino precisely places vibratory feeding equipment during installation and set-up of a vibratory feeding system utilizing a rotating swivel.
· Drawbar Hitch Rhino
A specialized Shackled Fork Rhino Receiver, this model is best for farm-type applications that utilize a draw bar ring-type hitch.
Automation Devices, Inc. produces vibratory feeders and components. They are located in Fairview, Pa. For a closer look at the Fork Rhino and the available models, please visit www.forkrhino.com or call Automation Devices, Inc. at 814-474-5561.