Fitted with 200mm fixed centre wheels and 125mm swivel castors to each corner (with this design there is slight light rock from end to end built into the trolley to ensure that the centre wheels are always in contact with the ground). This provides a low push effort and good carrying capacity due to the large centre wheels as well as excellent manoeuvrability because of the swivel castors.
We have been building trolleys with this basic wheel arrangement since the business started in 1966 and it has been generally accepted as the most suited to the job.
The base is fitted with rubber buffers to front corners. The trolley is available in two sizes as a single or double deck as shown below. The single deck is for heavy load carrying (up to 450kg) and the double deck for stock filling or order picking. The work height of each of these trolleys allows them to do the job with the minimum amount of back strain for the operator.
Late in 1992 a series of alterations were made to greatly increase the strength and therefore the life of the trolley as well as improve its appearance. The changes were all completed by early 1993, the most noticeable being the increase in size of the corner castors to 125mm and doubling the thickness of the top deck and inclusion of a buffer on its front corners.
Ento (Sales Equipment) is a specialist Australian manufacturer of a range of materials handling equipment including hand trucks, shelf trolleys and hospitality trolleys.
Ento can also design and manufacture prototypes and special equipment to your requirements.
Over the years, Ento have tried to keep the business small enough to remain in touch with customers and their needs, yet large enough to be able to offer good service at a reasonable price. With the nature of the business these days, Ento felt that the combination with BK Group will ensure that they can continue to do this now and well into the future.
Some examples of their standard products are shown in this storefront, however if there is anything else you require or you need further advice on any of the equipment shown here, please ring, call in, email, and Ento will do what they can to help.