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H. Wilson Tuffy Utility Cart � Plastic

August 4, 2011

H. Wilson Tuffy Utility Cart – Plastic

  • 200-lb. capacity
  • 4″ rubber casters
  • Molded handle
  • Shelves 24″ x 18″
  • 3 Shelves

Will not stain, scratch, dent, or rust. Material is a natural electrical insulator.

Price: $ 259.50

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The Car Pusher Vs. Forklift Vehicles

Most of the companies who used to work with forklift vehicles are nowadays trading them for more reliable and safer machineries like a car pusher or a vehicle pusher. Also the development of different kinds of carts, of diverse models of pushers proved to be easier to operate and save a lot of businesses money. Today's models of car pushers are comfortable to use for the operator, have all kinds of ergonomic models and features, and allow the operator to maneuver them through small spaces where forklift utilities cannot enter.

In the beginning pushing and pulling were done by workers who most often complained of back aches, muscle pains, and other related injuries from putting too much effort and pushing very heavy machineries. Things were easier when it came to moving boxes or relatively small materials. But when it came to moving big pieces of equipment with of without wheels things got more complicated and sometimes the task of moving big things, like for example a broken bus, became impossible. In order to help the workers and also to increase productivity the forklift vehicles where invented. Initially they seemed to be the perfect solution. However the number of work related accidents where still high, the cost of maintaining and running such machinery were high too.

Thus the need to invent a car pusher or a vehicle pusher and an electric cart appeared. A vehicle pusher is the perfect piece of equipment for pushing and pulling vehicles with pneumatic tires, cars, buses, trailers and trucks. The pusher can be used with any other kind of machines that have wheels and can be pushed without getting damaged. The electric carts that nowadays come in different sizes are the perfect movers of different products and materials. The pushers and the cart can successfully replace the forklift vehicles, offering more advantages for the businesses that use them. Both pushers and carts are ergonomically designed, are battery powered, have switch down buttons, horns, are easy to operate and can fit in smaller spaces. Maybe not so fast on the road like forklift vehicles, the pushers and carts can definitely do a better job in safer working conditions.

While it can be argued that a business needs now two pieces of equipment, a pusher and a cart, in order to function properly, there are other considerations to keep in mind when thinking about the forklift vehicles. First of all not all the business need both pieces of equipment. Sometimes the forklift vehicle can be replaced by one of the two. Even with both machineries, the pusher and the cart, the company will have more benefits than with the forklift vehicle. A forklift vehicle uses gas and because of its size it needs a lot of space to function and even to be parked. Also a forklift vehicle can only lift and transport materials, while for example the cart offer is so diverse that one can get a cart that can push and pull or carry materials around. One of the most important things to consider when thinking of switching to a pusher or a cart is the high level of safety they present for the operator as well the surrounding people and materials.

though a car pusher or a vehicle pusher cannot lift materials like a forklift vehicles, it is still cheaper and safer for businesses to utilize these compact cost effective equipments over the forklift vehicles. The idea is to know exactly what you need a pusher or a cart and then to check out their features and decide how much they can improve your business.

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Edinburgh Castle from the Grass Market
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Image by Cornell University Library
Collection: A. D. White Architectural Photographs, Cornell University Library
Accession Number: 15/5/3090.01247

Title: Edinburgh Castle from the Grass Market

Photographer: George Washington Wilson (Scottish, 1823-1893)

Building Date: ca. 1500-ca. 1599
Photograph date: ca. 1865-ca. 1885

Location: Europe: United Kingdom; Edinburgh

Materials: albumen print

Image: 7 5/8 x 11 1/2 in.; 19.3675 x 29.21 cm

Provenance: Gift of Andrew Dickson White

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There are no known copyright restrictions on this image. The digital file is owned by the Cornell University Library which is making it freely available with the request that, when possible, the Library be credited as its source.

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