A push trolley eases the job of transferring the filled crate to and from the retort, cooling vat or crate dolly.
A crate dolly (see below) is useful when transferring filled crates to the lift hoist and from the cooling vat.
When a 4″ I-beam track is used with a push trolley, the I-beam must be free of all obstructions such as clips, suspension bolts and nuts. If the I-beam is welded to cross trussed, spacers must be used between the top of beam and truss to provide clearance of the trolley wheel flange, which is 3-15/16″ diameter.
Hook type hoists are of all steel construction for maximum strength.
The trolley is equipped with hardened treads and ball bearings.
The self-aligning frame distributes the load equally in all four wheels.
The trolley is designed for use with 1/4 ton rated hoists and track curve with minimum 2′-6″ radius.
It has two collector rings and three #14 wires in the conductor cable for 115 VAC, 60Hz current.
This cord reel is a stationary type, with full swinging guide arms and 4 roller guides.
It is ideal for two-way payout, which results in 50′ use with its 25′ standard cord length.
It is rated 1/4 ton with 16 feet per minute lifting speed and may be operated on 120/240 VAC, 60 Hz current.
Standard equipment includes hook latches, 10′ coil chain and load limiter for automatic overload protection.
High efficiency spur gearing for greater lift with minimum effort.
Shipping Wt. 17 lbs.