For example, in the “mobile material rack” version, six extra posts are used (Note: four come standard with the dolly) to create four slots to carry sheet material and/or banner rolls. In the pallet dolly use, the posts are inserted horizontally to increase the base length. The posts can also be used horizontally and vertically at the same time. This allows for the dolly to be used as a combo use for carrying mud buckets and sheet rock at the same time.
“There is also a tremendous demand for this cart in the construction industry” says Michael Della Polla, the President of Saw Trax. “It is very maneuverable, flexible, capable, and portable. It can carry long objects like poles, pipes, tubes, and lumber. It can carry sheet goods like drywall and plywood. It can carry construction supplies like bags of cement, mud buckets, and boxes. It can carry pre-hung doors and windows.”
Della Polla continues, “My guys are always finding new uses for it. We can carry four pallets vertically or use it as a fifty-six-inch-long flat cart for carrying parts around the warehouse.”
The Moving industry to also expected to be a huge market for the Dolly Max.
The Dolly Max is made in Georgia. It consists of a 25-inch-wide-by-30-inch-long one-piece steel box sitting 13 inches high. It uses twelve-inch pneumatic tires and five-inch locking casters.
The internal post design ensures the vertical strength in the steel posts but also makes it very easy to reconfigure the dolly. The posts are 56 inches long, 1-1/4-inch square steel powder coated tubes.
The max load is 700 pounds, but extra casters can be purchased increasing the max load to 1,000 pounds.
For more information, call 770/974-0021 or visit www.sawtrax.com.