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Straw Bedder : Compact - Mounted – Trailed – Telehandler

Straw Blower : Compact - Mounted – Trailed – Telehandler

The range of compact straw blowers Raptor is composed by three different models of 2m3 capacity.

  • Raptor mounted: 3 point hitch
  • Raptor trailed: machine with wheel and axle
  • Raptor telehandler: hitch on the boom head of the telehandler

The straw blower is standard equipped with a hydraulically driven shredder fitted with disks and a swiveling chute (270°) with the following performances 15 m right and 13 m left. This machine has a chute cut-off (patented) that avoids jamming problems, loading round or square bales is made by the hydraulic rear door.

  • Swiveling chute -270°-
  • Hydraulic shredder fitted with 5 blade disks
  • Fixe bolted comb
  • Hydraulic bed chain
  • Hydraulic loading rear door 650 kg
  • Manual control -M- (Mounted version)
  • Cabled control (Trailed version)
  • Tyres: 7,50 x 16 - 12 PR Ø 770 mm (Trailed version)
Mounted Trailed Telehandler
Capacity (m3) 2
Number of shredders 1
Strawbedding height Swivelling chute O (mm) 2500
Strawbedding distance Swivelling chute O (mm) 15 - 13
Overall height (mm) 2380 2700 2380
Overall width (mm) 1800 2000 1800
Overall Length (mm) 2650 3250 2650
Tractor power (HP) 50 -
Oil flow at boom's head (L/min) - 90 / 100
Telehandler lifting capacity (kg) - 2800
Unladen weight (kg) 1210 1450 1210
  • Straw bedding a farm building in a single pass.
  • Shredding a bale in less than 3 minutes
  • Swiveling 270° - 15 m right - 13 m left
Mounted Trailed Telehandler
Round Bale Ø 1,60 m 1
Round Bale Ø 1,80 m 1
Round Bale Ø 2 m 1
Square Bale1,20 x 1,20 x 2,50 m 1

Lucas Lift Truck Thorold

Our Training Program

Our Forklift Operator Safety Awareness, Working at Heights and Mobile Elevated Work Platform training courses are facilitated by certified trainers. You wouldn't want your kids learning the rules of the road or how to drive a car from a YouTube video. Our instructors strive to make each course an interactive experience for both new and experienced operators, drawing from experience to encourage open discussion and engagement while meeting the requirements set out in both the CSA Standard B335-15, AMSE/ANSI Standard B56.1, Ontario Regulation 213/91 and other industrial standards.

Featured Courses

In addition to our well-established operator training courses, Lucas Liftruck Services is proud to introduce an expanded training offering with new courses emphasizing elevated work environments in cooperation with 1 Contact Safety. The Working at Heights (full) and Working at Heights (renewal) courses will be offered at your location. These courses are intended for those required by Ontario regulations to receive specialized training to deal with the hazards and issues associated with working at elevated heights. For further information, please check out the course details below or contact us today.

Forklift Operator Training for Individuals

Want to improve your employability, earn a bigger paycheck and achieve better job security? Need to get certified or recertified for your job as a forklift operator? Check out our monthly training course for individuals

Forklift Operator Training for Groups

Want to protect your employees and property from unnecessary damage and insulate your business from crippling fines or lawsuits? Have a group of operators that need training? Check out our on or off-site group training courses

Working at Heights Training Courses


Do you work at heights in your industry? Wear a safety harness? Have a need for fall arrest training? Talk to us about our new working at heights training and recertification courses.

Mobile Elevated Work Platforms Course

Do you work with scissor lifts, cherry pickers or other mobile elevated work platforms? Want to get a job doing just that? Talk to us about our brand new mobile elevated work platform training courses.

How It Works

The objective of our forklift operator, working at heights and mobile elevated platform training courses are to ensure that trainees understand the principles involved in the safe operation of a forklift, harness or mobile elevated platform, know their legal obligations, can recognize the potential hazards and are prepared to complete any addition training required by law in Ontario.

More on Forklift Operator Training

Lucas Lift Truck Thorold

According to the Occupational Health and Safety Act (also known as OHSA), only a 'competent' individual with a valid forklift operator's license may legally operate a forklift in Canada. But what, exactly, does that mean? How do you become a licensed, competent operator? Like other industrial equipment, forklifts and lift trucks require professional operator training to use in a safe manner. Given their size, power, and weight, it is essential that lift trucks are treated with respect by the operator, and all others coming in close proximity. If driven by an untrained operator or in an unsafe manner, a lift truck has the potential to cause extensive damage to other equipment, products, shelving, racking, and buildings while also placing other employees at risk of serious injury or death.

In light of the risks and hazards associated with operating a forklift or lift truck, the Ministry of Labour recently implemented more stringent regulations and safety requirements regarding forklift operator training and operations - causing many companies to institute proper safety programs and provide appropriate training for their forklift operators. At Lucas, our operator training courses cover the theoretical portion of the certification process.

According to OHSA/CSA standard B335-15, all operators must pass a knowledge verification quiz after reviewing the following safety material:

All Forklift Training Requirements under Current Legislation - OHSA/CSA Standard B335-04
Principles of Counter-Balanced Lift Truck Operation
Identifying Vehicle and Operator Hazards in the Workplace
Lift Truck Stability and the Stability Triangle
Safe Operation and Tip-Over Procedures
Battery and Propane Hazards and Procedures
Ministry Of Labor Guidelines Overview
Knowledge Verification Quiz

Everyone that achieves a passing grade in the knowledge verification quiz receives a certification card (often referred to as a 'forklift license'). With this in hand, operators may proceed to the practical component of the operator training process where they will acquire the practical skills and experience necessary to qualify as a competent operator. Here, it is the employer's responsibility to ensure that each operator is trained to operate the lift truck(s) they will encounter on a day-to-day basis by an industry expert.