There are various words that people use to refer to a sack trolley. They can also
be referred to as a sack truck, bag barrow or hand truck. Whatever the term is used it refers to something that
is used to physically move items. The sack trolley you choose depends on the type of work that you are
For industrial purposes it is best to choose an unpainted sack
trolley. The reason for this is that they will often be used in a lot of
situations where they can get dented, knocked or covered in dust. For example if you are moving bricks on
a construction site then it is likely they are going to be covered in orange dust. In this instance it is
also very likely that they will be collisions that will inevitably cause dents and knocks.
In short this means it is best for situations where you do not want it to look
neat. By contrast if you were working at a gardening show you might want a painted one to look more formal.
However in most cases the reason you are using a sack trolley presentation is unlikely to be major
A big thing to consider is the capacity of the sack trolley. There should be
specifications that indicate how much it is capable of lifting. However it is strongly advised that you choose
one that can lift more than the amount you are likely to need it for. The maximum amount will depend on whether
it is for light or heavy use.
A light use sack trolley will usually be made from a material like plastic or
aluminium. These are ideal for lighter duties such as gardening at home. Heavier duty items are often made of
material like stainless steel. This is best for industrial usage. It is also advisable to pick one with a high
gauge rubber wheel.
One concern people often have is where they can store their sack trolley. This is
important if you want to keep it in a usable condition. Some items are foldable. This is best if you want
something that you can store away without taking up too much space in a shed or a garage.
If you do want to use a foldable sack trolley then it is best to test it first.
One of the most crucial things to test is how easy it is to fold. It should be something that is relatively
simple to put away. It should not be an additional chore to put the item away when you have finished using
There you can also get a stair climbing sack trolley, ideal for anywhere that
does not have elevator access or requires you to lift items from a number of steps. In some cases you may have
to secure the load with a strap. It is worth getting advice either online from a local hardware store to get
the best straps to go with the sack trolley that you have purchased in order to ensure loose loads are properly