Commercial business owners and those who run industrial lots need to take care at all times. There are just so many processes on the manufacturing site that need to be carefully monitored at all times to ensure that product and the materials used to produce it are not damaged along the way. And there are those times when product material simply needs to be removed from the proverbial conveyor belt.
They are then transported otherwise from point A to point B, usually by means of forklift trucks and large trolleys. Both the in-house and in the yard trucks are not always doing justice in regard to protecting the product and/or materials from damage ensuing from the usual bumps and grinds incurred from traveling across the factory floor or open yard. Nothing more than flat, wooden pallets are being used, and that is hardly sufficient. Manually controlled trolleys, on the other hand, have a better chance of controlling the stock.
But even so, they can only go so far. The product and materials may be well packaged from within but what if the trolleys should encounter potholes and uneven slopes along the way that cause product and material to slip and bump out of place? And what if sensitive goods are being transported? Well-resourced and risk conscious factory managers will be looking to utilize pneumatic casters.
These are either attached to the wheels of the trolleys or pulleys, or act as ready-made wheels. So, whenever the proverbial bumps and grinds are encountered, a cushioning effect is applied. No product or material is affected. And no damage is incurred. This is an occurring thought. Why not apply similar casters to the supermarket or wholesale warehouse stores? All encumbrances and irritations eliminated to create a more comfortable shopping experience for the customer.