As a cornerstone of material handling, push beam trolleys continue to reshape operations across the USA, seamlessly combining functionality, adaptability, and safety into a single, impressive solution. Safety takes center stage, and push beam trolleys shine by contributing to fall protection strategies. The meticulous design and engineering of these trolleys prioritize stability during movement, offering peace of mind in hazardous environments. Additionally, the spark resistant feature adds another layer of security in potentially explosive settings, cementing push beam trolleys as indispensable assets in a wide range of industries.
Push beam trolleys have carved a remarkable niche in the USA market, and their attributes are nothing short of exceptional. The Quick Adjust Beam Trolley, a standout innovation, exemplifies efficiency by swiftly adapting to various beam widths, enhancing convenience and versatility. Our push beam trolleys have excellent rolling features due to machined steel wheels mounted on pre-lubricated, encapsulated ball bearings. They are also adjustable to fit a wide range of beam widths and profile; adjustments are made by rotating the clevis load bar, which also ensures the central positioning of the hoist in the clevis – no creeping to the left or the right.
Like all other lifting equipment, safety is paramount. Always use a push beam trolley with the correct capacity for your item. Our push beam trolleys are available in a variety of capacities. The wheel profile and trolley width should also be suitable for the track, and adjusted accordingly. The chain of the hoist should also be long enough to hang about 2 feet above the operating level. All our products are thoroughly tested and certified before being sold. By using your beam trolley correctly and storing it in a suitable place when not in use, you can make the most of your investment. Avoid overloading the trolley or exposing it to any potentially harmful chemicals without consulting your manual first. Try not to throw or drop a trolley, or side load a trolley at an angle, which could bend the beam flange or trolley. Over-torquing the trolley can cause the adjustment rods to bend. Inspect your trolley each time before use and don’t use it if you notice damaged wheel flanges. Our product range represents excellent value for money; if you’re unsure about what push beam trolley is best for your needs, simply contact one of our customer service representatives today for advice and information.