Rotacaster stairclimbing hand truck

The Rotatruck stair climbing hand truck provides unrivalled maneuverability where you need it most.
It allows users to transport heavy or awkward loads up and down stairs with greater safety, control, confidence and reduced risk of damage to property. Engineered for use in most environments, including transport and logistics, furniture and appliance removals, office, retail and general warehouse.

Rotatruck stair climbing mount assemblies can also be fitted to other mobile industrial equipment that may benefit from improved maneuverability or the need to negotiate steps. Some of our customers’ applications include mobile cooking oil filtration units, carpet cleaners and soda blasters.

Benefits:
Direct tracking capability and improved steering control
360 degree movement provides easy rotational and direct lateral (sideways) maneuverability without causing damage to floors
Easy repositioning of the load laterally across the width of a stair to safely negotiate stairs, landings and other confined spaces
Small wheel base enables full 4 wheel support on most steps, allowing you to take a rest and greatly reduces the risk of a runaway load
Designed to clear stairs avoiding damage to stairs
No flat tires

Features:
Nylon molded wheel-mount-shrouds protect doors, walls and stair nosing’s from accidental damage
Nylon axle bushings give a smoother and quieter ride
Non-marking polyurethane rollers
Optional wheel guards
Safety Rachet Strap and ribbed Rail Buffers provide greater load support and security

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