- Hand truck can be tilted backward and rolled to move boxes or other heavy items
- Made of steel, which is stronger and more durable than aluminum
- P-shaped handle enables user to hold and maneuver the truck using one hand
- Two solid rubber wheels measure 2 inches wide and 10 inches in diameter, can't go flat, and are resistant to wear
- Measures 52 inches high
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Vestil Steel Hand Truck with P Handle, Rubber Wheels, 52" Height
|Price:||$101.69 - $128.06|
|Overall Height||52 inches|
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The Vestil steel hand truck with P handle, rubber wheels, has a P-shaped handle, a steel frame, two solid rubber wheels, and a nose plate, and can be tilted backward and rolled to move boxes or other heavy items. The hand cart is made of steel, which is stronger and more durable than aluminum. The P-shaped handle enables the user to hold and maneuver the dolly using one hand. The solid rubber wheels measure 2 inches wide and 10 inches in diameter, can't go flat, and are resistant to wear. This product measures 52 inches high (the vertical distance from lowest to highest point). This hand truck is intended for use in professional and industrial environments.
Hand trucks, also known as two-wheeled dollies, are used to transport heavy or bulky items, especially in commercial product distribution and delivery. Hand trucks are L-shaped, with handles at the top, two wheels at the bottom, and a small platform that touches the ground when the truck is upright. A load is placed on the platform and the truck is leaned back, balancing the weight over the wheels. Powered hand trucks have a platform that lifts the load up, or lowers it down, to reduce human labor. Some hand trucks may be convertible to platform trucks for moving large or cumbersome loads. Others fold flat for storage.
Vestil manufactures materials handling equipment, including hoists and trolleys, jib and gantry cranes, loading dock equipment, and storage solutions. The company, founded in 1968, is headquartered in Angola, IN.