Focus on the Tractive Tug TT50

The Tractive Tug TT50 is one of the most popular electric tugs now available from Tractive Power.

For this blog, we will talk you through its specifications plus the industries it is regularly used.

Explaining the Tractive Tug TT50

Our mini Tractive tug range is designed for lighter loads whilst still offering a robust design. This machine is ideal for restricted areas and confined spaces, the TT can manoeuvre loads with the greatest of ease.

These battery-powered tuggers have a smaller footprint than the regular Tractive Power units, while not compromising on performance. Versatile, robust and compact, these pedestrian tugs can be adapted to most manual handling applications.

Some of their most popular applications include –

  • Moving all wheeled and semi wheeled loads
  • Stillages
  • Trolleys
  • Baggage trolleys
  • Roll Cages

The TT50 is frequently used in hospitals to help deal with everyday hospital logistics, including moving linen trolleys, gas bottle handling plus moving waste bins and wheelie bins.

With NHS hospitals being stretched to new limits due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the need for an efficient system for transporting bedding and medication across sites has become extra important.

The efficiency of hospitals includes everything from financial matters, patient treatment, administrative and procedural time, logistic issues, hygiene plus staff capabilities, equipment and technological matters. Battery-powered tugs are one of the best ways to have a job that usually uses two or more workers to be dealt with by a single person.

Get in Touch For More Information

If you would like to know more information about Tractive Power’s TT50 power tugger, please do not hesitate to contact us today. Alternatively, visit our FAQ section, where you will find answers to our most frequently asked questions.

Through our extensive sales distribution network, we are also able to offer battery-powered tugs to customers across four continents, including Australia, Brazil and Switzerland.