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Old 04-02-2015, 10:30 PM
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Default New invention to roll off/hook lift containers, your judgement please

I am in the progress of developing a new invention to the roll off/hook lift containers. It's a device that will help you move these boxes around on a work site. The work site has to be on solid ground. Work that is carried out on paved or concrete ground would benefit from this solution.

I'm from Norway and we use these boxes all the time, but we have always problems when we need to move them locally on site due to their heavy weight.

Is there anybody in here that use this boxes when you are digging in city streets or industry areas? If so, please tell me your thoughts about this.

See : www.jack-pack.as for details.
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Old 04-02-2015, 10:43 PM
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would be a good idea for rollonoffs , i find the steel wheels on the ones here never last long of are bent , jammed
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Yes I know about this solution. This works only for standard ISO shipping containers and it will not fit to the roll off/ hook lift system, but thanks for your reply.
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Yes I know about this solution. This works only for standard ISO shipping containers and it will not fit to the roll off/ hook lift system, but thanks for your reply.
yes i got mixed up so changed it to avoid confusion
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Old 04-02-2015, 11:03 PM
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would be a good idea for rollonoffs , i find the steel wheels on the ones here never last long of are bent , jammed
The steel wheels can be made from different materials and thickness. On our test platform we use steel rollers with rubber coating for better road protection and ball bearings to avoid jamming.
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There already is a device for sale in the UK that fits to the front of a wheel loader or similar which allows you to move the container via the front hook point. Realistically anywhere that uses a Roll on will have something sufficient to move it i'm afraid.
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Old 04-02-2015, 11:16 PM
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There already is a device for sale in the UK that fits to the front of a wheel loader or similar which allows you to move the container via the front hook point. Realistically anywhere that uses a Roll on will have something sufficient to move it i'm afraid.
I know about this wheel loader solution. The problem is that we don't have a wheel loader available all the time, espesially when we work in tight city streets where space is limited. An excavator will not lift the front end of the container if it's heavy loaded, except if it's a realy big rug.
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Looks a handy bit of kit so long as the price is realistic.
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Most sites here will push/pull the roll on/off if needed, with whatever they have, with little regard for the skip. I can't see anyone paying extra for a roll on/off fitted with this system?
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Most sites here will push/pull the roll on/off if needed, with whatever they have, with little regard for the skip. I can't see anyone paying extra for a roll on/off fitted with this system?
We also do, if we have what's needed to do it. We don't always have, that's the problem. The unit is not fitted permanent on the box, it's only an attachment that you put on when needed on some special worksites.
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