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Girder / Beam Trollies

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    Everyone has their own name for them but travelling trolleys, carriages, even ‘Monkeys’ all do the same thing – to enable a load to be traversed along a beam.

    These trolleys can be used for precise positioning and easy moving of heavy loads by a manual hoist or an electric hoist.
    Adjustable for a beam range width from 55 mm up to 305 mm and various profiles.
    The rollers are designed for a maximum beam flange slope of 14%.
    The pre-and fine tuning is done by a central screw with integrated eyelet which prevent lateral moving through centring.
    One part of the plain trolley has a left-hand thread, the other a right-hand thread. By turning the central screw (it also has a left-hand thread on the one and a right-hand thread on the other side) you can adjust the width of the parts to fit the a beam.

    It is an ideal material handling tool for warehouses, garages and other industrial areas.
    Adjustable for a wide beam area and different profiles.
    Adjustable for standard or wide flange I rail
    Easy adjustment to flange width over the axis
    Centered suspension eye
    Robust, stable design
    Easy and effortless handling
    Works on straight or curved tracks

    Push Trolley

    Capacity (t) 0.5 1 2 3 5
    Proof Load (kN) 7.35 14.7 29.4 44.1 73.5
    Min. Radius of Curve (m) 0.9 1 1.2 1.3 1.4
    Adjustable Beam Width (mm) 55-220 58-220 66-220 74-220 90-220
    Net Weight (kg) 8.2 10.3 17.5 30.7 42.4

    Geared Trolley

    Capacity (t) 0.5 1 2 3 5
    Proof Load (kN) 7.35 14.7 29.4 44.1 73.5
    Effort Required (N) 45 55 100 75 120
    Min. Radius of Curve (m) 0.9 1 1.2 1.3 1.4
    Adjustable Beam Width (mm) 55-220 58-220 66-220 74-220 90-220
    Net Weight (kg) 11.4 14.7 21.8 36.7 48.5

    CHECK LIST

    • What capacity do you need?
    • What is the operating height for Geared Trolleys?
    • What is the flange size of the girder/beam?
    • Do you require a Hoist?
    • Do you require Slings and Shackles?
    • Do you require transport?