*The pulling force required to move a 4000kg load will vary based on the type of surface it is being towed across.
It is also related to the wheels supporting the load that is been towed. For example. Moving a load on steel wheels on a steel track will require significantly less “pulling force” than soft rubber wheels on asphalt.
Flat surfaces: The TTR4000 is capable of moving loads of up to 4000kg on flat surfaces*.
On a 3 degree incline: The TTR4000 is capable of moving loads up to 2000kg up a 3 deg incline
On a 6 degree incline: The TTR4000 is capable of moving loads up to 1000kg up a 6 deg incline
Stopping distance will vary depending on speeds travelled, inclines and surfaces.
Braked trailers / trolleys are recommended for loads over 2000kg. Loads over 2000kg may be towed without braked trolleys / trailers when safe to do so.
Reduce injuries and strain from manual handling
Manual handling injuries are not limited to those sustained by lifting or carrying heavy loads. A person can be injured when handling objects in a variety of ways including pushing, pulling, holding or restraining. Good posture and lifting techniques can help reduce the risks, but research indicates that making changes to workplace design is the most effective way to prevent manual handling injury.
Ideal for pulling applications over short distances such as supermarket trolleys, luggage trolleys, trailers, roll cages, and more in a range of environments, including: supermarkets, factrories, hospitals, airports, warehouses, and more.