Automation Devices, Inc. (ADI) is pleased to announce the addition of five custom Fork Rhinos to its product line. The Fork Rhino, a fork lift ball hitch attachment, a device used to convert a fork lift into a versatile equipment handler capable of moving a variety of hitch equipment including ball hitches, goose necks and pintles, has now been adapted to handle a larger weight capacity.
The new products to the Fork Rhino line include an Extra Wide Rhino to accommodate fork limitations; a Placement Rhino that is designed to move vibratory feeder equipment, a Heavy Duty Rhino with 20,000 lb capacity hardware; an Extra Large Receiver Rhino and a 10,000 pound Capacity Rhino.
Designed by Kevin Smith, president of ADI, the Specialized Fork Rhino models allow even more versatility than the original Fork Rhino. “The popularity of the Fork Rhino opened up the door to new designs as needed by our customers,” explains Kevin. “We have developed more uses for the Fork Rhino and continue to do so with feedback from our customers.”
Quickly becoming the standard for forklift adapters, the Fork Rhino was designed to evenly spread the load to both forks eliminating fork sag, while remaining much smaller and lighter than most spotters.
Automation Devices, Inc. (autodev.com) produces vibratory feeders and components. They are located in Fairview, Pa.
For a closer look at the Fork Rhino, please visit forkrhino.com or call Automation Devices, Inc. for more information.