Trolleys are an integral aspect of many industrial and non-industrial workplaces. Customising them to better suit your individual business needs ensures that you get the most out of your trolleys. These warehouse trolley accessories range from shelving additions through to replacement castors and wheels that can provide more options for busy workspaces. Something as simple as divider bars designed for sheet material trolleys can offer a greater level of organisational flexibility than previously and helps companies run more efficiently. Any warehouse trolley accessory that improves the speed and effectiveness of your operations is a positive investment.
Since every business is different, the way you setup your heavy duty warehouse trolleys will also be unique. Additional trolley shelves are one of the easiest ways to add customised capacity to your trolley. For instance, mesh trolley additional shelves allow high visibility of shelf contents. This is beneficial in busy warehouse environments as it allows contents to be assessed quickly. When examining your options for trolley shelves, ensure that the type of shelf you’re looking at is applicable to your type of shelf unit. There are additional shelf options for many shelving units but ensure that the one you choose is able to be fitted to your unit.
When moving a wide range of loads on sack trucks, whether around the building or beyond, there is the danger that the trolley will jar or collide with something and the load will either shift or fall completely. Trolley ratchet straps/ratchet ties are a method of ensuring that loads are secured and therefore the potential for accidents is limited. For environments where manual load handling and load movement is common, there is increased risk of injury from using sack trolleys with loads that haven’t been properly secured. The use of ratchet straps is a recognised way of maintaining safety within the workplace, and you should regularly check them to ensure they’re still safe to use.