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8DEV1 8DEV1 UNSPSC # 24101504

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Ergonomic Tilt-Back Cylinder Hand Truck, 500 lb Load Capacity, 54 in x 22 in x 21 in

  • Item # 8DEV1
  • Mfr. Model # 8DEV1
  • UNSPSC # 24101504
  • Catalog Page # 1178 1178
Country of Origin Taiwan. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Ergonomic tilt-back cylinder hand trucks have two swivel casters mounted on a frame extension behind the trucks' two primary wheels. The hand trucks can rest on all four wheels when they are tilted back, which reduces the physical effort it takes to keep them upright when moving heavy cylinders. It also lets operators open doors and perform other tasks with their hands without having to support the hand trucks or return them to vertical and then re-tilt them again.

Technical Specs

  • Item Ergonomic Tilt-Back Cylinder Hand Truck
  • Load Capacity 500 lb
  • Overall Height 54 in
  • Overall Depth 21 in
  • Overall Width 22 in
  • Securing Mechanism Chain
  • Frame Type Rounded Back
  • Frame Material Steel
  • Nose Plate Type Solid Straight
  • Nose Plate Profile Standard
  • Nose Plate Material Steel
  • Nose Plate Width 14 in
  • Nose Plate Depth 7 in
  • Handle Type Continuous Frame Flow-Back
  • Caster/Wheel Configuration (2) Swivel, (2) Axle-Mounted
  • Caster/Wheel Mounting Location Standard
  • Axle-Mounted Wheel Type Pneumatic
  • Axle-Mounted Wheel/Tread Material Rubber
  • Axle-Mounted Wheel Dia. 4 in
  • Wheel Material Rubber
  • Brake Type No Caster Brake
  • Includes Stair Climber Without Stair Climber
  • Includes Heavy Duty Holding Chain
  • Includes Foot Assist Without Foot Assist
  • Includes Lever Pushoff Without Lever Pushoff
  • Frame Finish Powder Coated
  • For Surface Type Steel
  • Color Green
  • Cylinder Orientation Single
  • Includes Firewall No
  • Includes Lift Ring Without Lift Ring

Ergonomic tilt-back cylinder hand trucks have two swivel casters mounted on a frame extension behind the trucks' two primary wheels. The hand trucks can rest on all four wheels when they are tilted back, which reduces the physical effort it takes to keep them upright when moving heavy cylinders. It also lets operators open doors and perform other tasks with their hands without having to support the hand trucks or return them to vertical and then re-tilt them again.

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