Types of Industrial Service Carts

Steel Carts | October 29, 2020
metal service carts

At Unitran Manufacturers, we realize that not every industry has the same requirements for the service carts that they use, which is why we manufacture a wide variety of different types of industrial service carts. Many of these carts feature similar designs with slight variations in order to optimize a certain type of task or make the cart more versatile within a specific industry. Whether the carts are being used in a greenhouse, a bakery, or an auto shop, there are plenty of options to make work easier.

Options for Industrial Service Carts

Service carts from Unitran Manufacturers use high quality components and come powder coated to improve their lifespans. Some of the different options for industrial service carts include:

Two, Three, Four, and Five Shelf Carts

These carts are designed with varying numbers of shelves in order to provide different options for the organization and transportation of goods. Able to support a maximum capacity of 1200 lb, these carts are ideal for stocking shelves or providing a mobile organization system for a shop.

Picking List Holder Cart

This cart is perfect for picking stock from storage areas while managing paperwork. The built in paperwork tray sits separate from the inventory trays in order to ensure that you can conveniently pick inventory.

Pneumatic Caster Cart

If a cart is needed for a facility with uneven ground, the pneumatic caster cart is the option to go with. Greenhouses, garden centers, and farms can all benefit from this cart’s sturdy, easy-to-move design.

Security Carts

If you are storing or moving valuable or volatile inventory, a security cart is incredibly useful to have around. These carts feature shelves that are enclosed within a steel mesh cage in order to prevent unauthorized access.

Ladder Carts

Ladder carts, or stock picker carts, come equipped with either two or three shelves and a built-in ladder that makes it easier to pull inventory from hard-to-reach areas. When moving, the ladder lifts off the ground using springs in order to easily wheel around smooth surfaces. As soon as pressure is put on the ladder, it lowers to the ground to provide stability through rubber grips.

If you would like to find out more about different types of industrial service carts, or if you are interested in any of the other products that we manufacture, please contact us at 604-574-3465. We have over 50 years of experience in the fabrication industry as a Canadian warehouse equipment provider.