Introduction to wheel barrow
Wheel barrow (barrow; hand truck) is a transport vehicle pushed and pulled by manpower. It is the ancestor of all vehicles.
Although the wheel barrow material handling technology continues to develop, the wheel barrow is still used as an indispensable handling tool. Wheel barrow has been widely used in production and life because of its low cost, simple maintenance, convenient operation, light weight, and it can work in places where motor vehicles are inconvenient to use, and it is very convenient to carry light objects in short distances.
Wheel barrow can be divided into single round, two rounds, three rounds and four rounds. The wheelbarrow can be used on narrow springboards, temporary bridges and intestinal paths
When driving on the wheel barrow, it can turn on the spot and it is very convenient to dump cargo. Commonly used two-wheeled vehicles include hand trucks, rack trucks, and bucket trucks for handling bulk materials. There is one of the three-wheeled wheel barrow and two of the four-wheeled wheel barrow, which can rotate around a vertical axis. This kind of swivel caster can automatically adjust to the direction of least running resistance as the direction of vehicle movement changes during operation.