Load Moving Skate CTB type

Item No.: 801002
Load moving skates or machine moving skate with steel construction are ideal for moving heavy equipment.
Description What is a Load Moving Skate
Description

H-Lift Load Moving Skate CT-B type

  • Moving Skates are also know as machinery skates or load moving dollies.
  • Ideal solution for all kinds of heavy equipment moving, machinery installation and maintenance.
  • Small equipment and easy storage.
  • Moving skates moves heavier loads safely and easily.
  • Several skates can be used at the same time if the heavy load can be supported at several
  • points and the weight is evenly distributed.
  • Steel construction
  • Wheel: Nylon, PU and iron
  • Durable powder-coated finish

 

Model Capacity No. of Roller Skate Size Weight Product Code
t pcs LxWxH (mm) kg
CTB-06 6 4 287x220x110 14 801002006
CTB-08 8 6 384x220x110 20 801002008
CTB-12 12 8 478x220x110 27 801002012
CTB-18 18 12 478x310x110 37 801002018
CTB-20 20 16 500x397x115 57 801002020

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What is a Load Moving Skate

A load moving skate is a type of material handling equipment that is designed to move heavy loads, such as machinery or equipment, across a flat surface. It is typically used in industrial and manufacturing settings where heavy loads need to be moved quickly and efficiently.

A load moving skate usually consists of a flat platform or base that is equipped with several wheels or rollers that allow it to move smoothly and easily across the surface. The platform is usually made of heavy-duty materials such as steel or aluminum to withstand the weight of the load.

Load moving skates come in different configurations, including single or multiple rollers, and can be powered or non-powered. Non-powered skates require manual pushing or pulling, while powered skates use an electric motor or hydraulic system to move the load.

Load moving skates are considered a safer and more efficient alternative to manually lifting and carrying heavy loads, as they can reduce the risk of back injuries and other strains. However, they should only be used by trained personnel who are familiar with the equipment and safety procedures, and the load should be secured properly to prevent accidents or damage to the load.

Machine Moving Skate

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