1. Utility carts, or tool carts, are made with steel
or hard plastic
and serve a variety of workplace applications. When shopping for utility carts (tool carts), first determine the number of shelves
you need, along with drawers and consider utility cart
2. A steel platform cart
is designed for heavy use. Choose the size and shape of the platform cart that meets your requirements. Platform cart handles can be either fixed or removable.
3. Storage carts
, or bin carts, are generally enclosed on three or all four sides, and the sides can be solid or mesh. Bin carts are generally used for containing piece goods or hand equipment. Some bulk handling carts can be locked for security
4. Table carts and chair carts
are designed to stack and move large quantities for quick and easy set up at events and receptions. These table and chair carts are popular with schools and hotels.
5. A lumber cart or drywall cart
is a necessary tool at a construction job site because building materials are heavy and bulky. Drywall carts
with center casters make maneuvering heavy loads easier.
6. Folding carts
are ideal for smaller jobs. The handle folds down for easy storage when not in use, and many of these platform carts will fit in the trunk of a car.
7. Service carts
are made for specific jobs, such as stocking
, food service, mattress moving, and janitorial services.
and office mail carts
are typically used in schools and around the office. Great for moving overhead projectors, TVs and DVD players, mail carts can also be used for general delivery. Remember to check the height of the tool cart to ensure your equipment will fit.
9. Wooden carts
are extremely durable and will handle heavy loads. These platform carts are quieter than steel carts
due to the wood platform.
10. Poly platform carts
are commonly used in the food service industry and grocery stores because they are less prone to rust. Most have reinforcement rails under the platform for added strength.
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