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Three tray sizes are available; 80L, 100L & Slimline 72L. Choose the size that you think will best suit your needs. Choosing a sturdy large capacity (100 Litre) wheelbarrow is recommended. There are many lighter , large capacity loads, such as mulch where the extra capacity will save trips If you feel your strength is limited, par tly fill the barrow when moving heavier loads If regularly carr ying heavy loads such as wet soil or sand, choosing an 80 litre wheelbarrow may limit the chance of overloading the barrow with more weight than you can push and lift. Slimline wheelbarrows are designed for restricted access areas or indoor use on building sites with a narrow tray design to easily pass through door openings or tight access paths.  Three different tray types are available; Plastic (Poly), powder coated Steel and Galvanised Steel. Polypropylene or Polyethylene: Lighter than the equivalent Steel Tray Suited to corrosive loads such as fer tiliser or animal manure Popular for concreting as dried concrete can be removed from the TRAY by hitting the outside of the tray with a rubber mallet Polyethylene trays offer premium strength and better impact resistance over polypropylene Powder Coated Steel: Powder coated steel is suitable for a wide range of uses Strength does not degrade through constant UV exposure Can provide a higher level of damage resistance than plastic Galvanised Steel: Higher level of rust resistance Recommended for car ting bricks and building materials that would scratch and damage a powder coated steel finish
T wo types of handles are available, steel or timber. Steel Handles: Offer a high level of strength and longevity Are less susceptible to breakage through impact and dropping of wheelbarrows Galvanised Steel handles offer greater rust resistance over powder coated handles Timber Handles: Can offer a more comfor table grip than steel handles Do not heat up when used on hot days Are preferred by tradespeople when car ting loads for long periods as the flex and ‘give’ of the timber handles reduces the transferred strain on the upper body Pneumatic (pump-up) tyres provide a smooth ride and absorb shocks, flexing to pass over small objects or obstacles. Flat Free wheels deliver puncture proof reassurance for work areas with lots of sharp objects . Wider wheels offer greater stability, making heavier loads more manageable, go over bumps better and are less likely to dig in on soft or loose ground.” Thick walled (4 ply) tyres are recommended for better puncture resistance. Flat Free Wheel Assemblies feature a solid polyurethane tyre with Heavy Duty Steel Rim. They are puncture resistant and a great new alternative to a traditional pneumatic tyre. Tray Baseplates:  Additional baseplates (Shock Boards) under the trays or moulded into the base of the poly Wheelbarrows provide additional strength and suppor t. These are especially impor tant when car ting heavy rubble and material that may damage the bottom of an unsuppor ted tray .
60L
80L
72L
100L
POLY
POWDER COATED STEEL
GALVANISED STEEL
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120L
WHEELS AND TYRES
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Three tray sizes are available; 80L, 100L & Slimline 72L. Choose the size that you think will best suit your needs. Choosing a sturdy large capacity (100 Litre) wheelbarrow is recommended. There are many lighter , large capacity loads, such as mulch where the extra capacity will save trips If you feel your strength is limited, par tly fill the barrow when moving heavier loads If regularly carr ying heavy loads such as wet soil or sand, choosing an 80 litre wheelbarrow may limit the chance of overloading the barrow with more weight than you can push and lift. Slimline wheelbarrows are designed for restricted access areas or indoor use on building sites with a narrow tray design to easily pass through door openings or tight access paths.  Three different tray types are available; Plastic (Poly), powder coated Steel and Galvanised Steel. Polypropylene or Polyethylene: Lighter than the equivalent Steel Tray Suited to corrosive loads such as fer tiliser or animal manure Popular for concreting as dried concrete can be removed from the tray by hitting the outside of the tray with a rubber mallet Polyethylene trays offer premium strength and better impact resistance over polypropylene Powder Coated Steel: Powder coated steel is suitable for a wide range of uses Strength does not degrade through constant UV exposure Can provide a higher level of damage resistance than plastic Galvanised Steel: Higher level of rust resistance Recommended for car ting bricks and building materials that would scratch and damage a powder coated steel finish
60L
80L
72L
100L
120L
T wo types of handles are available, steel or timber. Steel Handles: Offer a high level of strength and longevity Are less susceptible to breakage through impact and dropping of wheelbarrows Galvanised Steel handles offer greater rust resistance over powder coated handles Timber Handles: Can offer a more comfor table grip than steel handles Do not heat up when used on hot days Are preferred by tradespeople when car ting loads for long periods as the flex and ‘give’ of the timber handles reduces the transferred strain on the upper body Pneumatic (pump-up) tyres provide a smooth ride and absorb shocks, flexing to pass over small objects or obstacles. Flat Free wheels deliver puncture proof reassurance for work areas with lots of sharp objects . Wider wheels offer greater stability, making heavier loads more manageable, go over bumps better and are less likely to dig in on soft or loose ground.” Thick walled (4 ply) tyres are recommended for better puncture resistance. Flat Free Wheel Assemblies feature a solid polyurethane tyre with Heavy Duty Steel Rim. They are puncture resistant and a great new alternative to a traditional pneumatic tyre. Tray Baseplates:  Additional baseplates (Shock Boards) under the trays or moulded into the base of the poly Wheelbarrows provide additional strength and suppor t. These are especially impor tant when car ting heavy rubble and material that may damage the bottom of an unsuppor ted tray .
POLY
POWDER COATED STEEL
GALVANISED STEEL
WHEELS AND TYRES
Please note: some models not available in all stores. Please order at the Special Orders Desk in your nearest Bunnings store if your choice is unavailable.