Stainless Steel

When manufacturers want to adopt working practices that are agile, efficient and still meet the highest of safety standards, MasterMover’s stainless steel electric tugs are the obvious answer. Trusted by the biggest names in the food and pharmaceutical sectors, our SmartMovers, MasterTugs and MasterHandler machine are all available in stainless steel options and capable of handling loads of up to 33,000 lb.


The SmartMover SM100+ Stainless Steel pedestrian operated electric tugger is a versatile machine for moving loads in many different manufacturing processes.d.

The AT200 TOW SS offers handling capabilities of up to 4,400 lbs, and is completed in 316 grade stainless steel with an IP55 protection rating.

  • Pull any load safely up to 4,400 lbs
  • Interchangeable battery for 24/7 operation
  • Attach loads with a draw bar or towing eye

The AT300 TOW SS is simple, easy-to-use and offers moving capabilities of up to 6,600 lbs. Completed in 316 grade stainless steel with an IP55 protection rating, it allows a single user to push and pull loads effortlessly and safely.

  • Pull any load safely up to 6,600 lbs
  • Interchangeable battery for 24/7 operation
  • Attach loads with a draw bar or towing eye

The MasterTug MT5/400+ SS is a stainless steel electric tugger completed in a 316 grade stainless steel chassis with a minimum IP44 protection.

The MasterHandler MH400+ stainless steel battery powered tugger moves loads where all application wheels are multi directional.

The MasterTug MT20/800+ SS is a stainless steel electric tugger completed in a 316 grade stainless steel chassis with a minimum IP44 protection.

The MasterTug MT20/1200+ SS is a stainless steel electric tugger completed in a 316 grade stainless steel chassis with a minimum IP44 protection.

The MasterTug MT20/1500+ SS is a stainless steel electric tugger completed in a 316 grade stainless steel chassis with a minimum IP44 protection.

MasterMover is able to modify all existing MasterTug stainless steel electric tuggers or design new tugs, to operate in zones 1 & 2 (gaseous explosive environments) and zones 21 & 22 (powder or dust explosive environments) to meet ATEX and IECEx standards.