Five Reasons to Use Tractive Power for Electric Pushers

If you’re looking for the solution to a manual handling issue, it’s likely that Tractive Power can help you. However, we understand that selecting a supplier can be a difficult and complicated process. We also understand the level of detail that you will be expected to use when justifying a purchase to your business. To…

How to Determine the Load for Electric Pushers

The nominal towing capacity for Tractive Power’s range of electric pushers relates to the weight that can be pulled on the flat surface, with a friction coefficient of 0.5 – such as dry concrete or bitumen. As the leading provider of battery-powered tugs, we are going to share how you can determine the load that…

Electric Pushers: The Unsung Heroes of the Warehouse

Many can overlook the potential contribution that electric pushers have to a business. However, here at Tractive Power, we consider our battery-powered tugs as the unsung heroes of the warehouse environment. Often electric tugs aren’t the focal point in pushing towards automation, digitising, and modernising operations in warehouses. But these manual handling machines ensure that…

Your Guide to Cleaning Electric Pushers

Having good hygiene practice when cleaning your electric pushers from Tractive Power, is something that has come into sharp focus since the Coronavirus pandemic began. COVID-19 like many respiratory viruses is believed to be transmitted from one person to another through respiratory droplets that float through the air when an infected person coughs or sneezes.…

Electric Pushers Benefit Growth of Industrial Racking System

Electric pushers from Tractive Power will benefit the warehouse industry with the projected growth of the global industrial racking system market until 2029. Our Tractive Tugs can move loads up to 20,000kg plus they are compact and easy to manoeuvre in the tightest of spaces. The Growth of Urban Logistic Facilities Urban logistic facilities are…

What is pushing and pulling?

Pushing and pulling of loads is a way to avoid manual lifting and carrying of objects such as by putting the load on a trolley.

However, when people push and pull, for example trollies, there may be risk of other musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), which you need to consider and eliminate or reduce.