An electric trolley is a motorized device used to move heavy loads along an overhead beam or rail. It consists of a metal frame or carriage, an electric motor, and wheels or rollers for movement along the beam. The trolley may be controlled by a push-button pendant or remote control.
An electric trolley works by using an electric motor to power wheels or rollers that move along an overhead beam or rail. The trolley may be mounted on a fixed beam or on a movable bridge, allowing it to move the load horizontally and vertically. The trolley may also include features such as brakes or limit switches to ensure safe and precise movement of the load.
Electric trolleys are commonly used in industrial and construction settings for moving heavy loads such as machinery, equipment, and building materials. They are also used in manufacturing, transportation, and maintenance operations.