STURTEVANT, WI – Topper Industrial (www.topperindustrial.com), a leading manufacturer of material handling equipment solutions providing expertise in cart delivery solutions shows off a unique safety features on their patented pending Walk Through Mother Daughter system in new video.
Ryan Brown, President of Topper Industrial states that, “In this video you are able to see the manual safety stops being positioned down and utilized as an extra safety measure once the Tilt Daughter cart is locked into the Mother Cart Frame. Initially, the lock pin automatically engages to lock the daughter cart into the frame of the mother as the first sequence in the operation. The lock pin automatically engage in the detent of the daughter cart.”
Most companies begin to seek out a fork truck free environment with safety as the first priority. Having a Mother Daughter cart move material throughout an assembly line create multiple benefits when compared to a fork truck operation. The many fail safes within the Topper Industrial Walk Through system are a great beneficial factor and just the beginning.
To see the video online, please visit: https://youtu.be/FnYbZ1dXryQ
To learn more about additional benefits of cart delivery systems, visit: http://ow.ly/QxyJ30iPQGv
ABOUT TOPPER INDUSTRIAL
For more than twenty years, Topper Industrial, (www.topperindustrial.com) based just outside of Milwaukee, WI, has been a leader in the material handling equipment industry. The company’s product roster features industrial carts, conveyors, lifts, lifts & tilts, shipping racks, containers, casters, and cart components. From mother-daughter carts to quad steer carts to tilt carts and rotate carts, Topper’s material handling solutions make delivering material line side more effective through more efficient practices. Topper Industrial has a team of experienced professional experts able to assess and provide the right product for all material handling equipment requirements.
Topper Industrial is a proud member of MHI. The Topper Industrial client roster includes Anderson Windows, Detroit Diesel, Honda, Kia Motors, Ford, Chrysler, Aramark, Johnson Controls, Whirlpool, and Caterpillar.