Stainless Steel Stacker


Ruger Industries’ Stainless Steel Stackers feature a compact design allowing them to have a very tight turning radius. The Stainless Steel Stacker is ideal for high-shelves, operation in narrow aisle work areas, workshops and anywhere where maneuvering space presents a challenge.

ModelCapacityLifting MechanismLift HeightOverall WidthBoom LengthLoad Center Distance
10-STWB1,000 lbs.WINCH75"39-1/8"CustomizableCustomizable
10-STHB1,000 lbs.LEVER / HYDRAULIC75"39-1/8"CustomizableCustomizable
10-STDCB1,000 lbs.DC / HYDRAULIC75"39-1/8"CustomizableCustomizable
10-STACB1,000 lbs.AC / HYDRAULIC75"39-1/8"CustomizableCustomizable
20-STB2,000 lbs.CustomizableCustomizableCustomizableCustomizableCustomizable


  • Models with 1,000 and 2,000 lbs. capacities
  • Standard lift height of 75”
  • Floor lock to prevent rolling
  • Standard casters with non-marking hard rubber wheels
  • 26” fork length
  • Small turning radius
  • Preset load relief valve to prevent overloading
  • All Ruger Stackers meet or exceed ASME PASE standards,
    which require design and build to 150% of rated capacity and
    are ANSI Z.535 compliant


  • Power-Pak for powered lift (DC or air)
  • Boom attachments
  • Barrel grip
  • Platform assembly
  • Rug Pole
  • Polyurethane wheels
  • Steel wheels
  • Carbon steel construction
  • Fully customizable
  • Consult Factory for other options

The Ruger Stainless Steel Stacker offers a space-saving alternative that will help you increase productivity when lifting and transporting loads up to 2000 lbs. Their small footprint permits storage in a fraction of the space required by a regular lift truck. In addition, the Stainless Steel Stacker offers an ideal solution to the challenges of working in a clean-room environment such as food handling, pharmaceutical, or electronics facilities.

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