Professional Rotating Dolly
- JUWAmid: Exceptional rolling and turning characteristics. Slick to the touch, non-marking roller material specifically engineered to reduce turning resistance and friction.
- JUWAthan: Superior floor protective roller material for heavier loads.
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The Professional Rotating Dollies are outfitted with one of two different rollers. The 1.5 to 8 tons dollies use specially formulated JUWAmid rollers, which decreases breakout and rolling resistance for easy turning. The non-marking rollers also offer superior floor protection against wear and tear. The JUWAmid material is made to be slick to the touch, which simulates the feel of rolling over a thin layer of oil, greatly decreasing friction during movement. Black JUWAmid rollers are safe for all floor types, including tile and sensitive epoxy.
The 10 and14 tons Professional Rotating Dollies are outfitted with patented JUWAthan rollers. Yellow JUWAthan is a specially formulated material, which offers extremely high durability and elasticity. This elasticity provides a soft cushion for superior floor protection while moving heavier loads.
Created for ease of movement with the heaviest of loads, Professional Rotating Dollies are outfitted with rollers which are mounted inside rotating housings. This allows for the 360 degrees movement without having to adjust the dollies. Unlike traditional wide rollers, the rotating housings each have multiple narrow rollers that care capable of turning in opposite directions during rotation. This action reduces friction and increases ease of movement. All dollies are equipped with a center drilled mounting hole. The 3 to 8 ton models are also outfitted with slots on the side to accommodate tie-down straps.
An optional pulling handle accessory may be attached to the rotating dolly via its side arm. It may be used for pulling and steering, however it is most often used for controlling the load against run away dangers. The dollies may also be used by pushing directly on the load.
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