Unlike storage carts, which support the weight of the furniture entirely with structural steel, hand trucks rely on the strength of the operator to balance the load. For this reason, there is no single ''safe capacity'' for hand trucks. Conditions such as the size and strength of the operator, the weight of the furniture being moved, and the presence or absence of thresholds, ramps or slick surfaces can all affect the capacity of hand trucks. We recommend starting with small, easily handled loads and adding one or two pieces of furniture at a time to determine the safe capacity for each set of conditions. It's always better to make a few extra trips than to risk injury to yourself or others by overloading a hand truck. Remember, loaded hand trucks can be dangerous! This is constructed of 14 gauge steel this Chair Truck aids in the transportation or storage of up to 32 folding chairs with ease. Limited Lifetime, please see PDF for exclusions.
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