Electric trolley for shafts handling mod. 401 BA


The electric trolley mod. 401 BA has been designed for the extraction and handling of expanding shafts and chucks from a reel of wound material.

The handling system consists of a base frame mounted on wheels, a pump and an active piston between two guides that direct the load vertically.

Once grabbed with the appropriate clamp, the shaft can be moved through the hydraulically operated group. The vehicle is electrically powered through a high capacity battery.



  • Gel batteries
  • Camera
  • Right-left clamp movement
  • Additional battery pack with quick extraction
  • On the long model 90° steering
  • Lightweight model available
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Handling of shafts with different diameters with the same trolley

Interchangeable batteries

24 V operation (short model: 2 batteries of 12 V and 35 kg each; long model: 4 batteries of 6 V high capacity and 45 kg each)

Electric motor wheel

Multiple hydraulic movements according to the needs (lifting, shaft gripping, lateral translation for centering, first extraction, etc.)

Steering: short model 90° – long model 45°


DIAMETERS MEASUREMENT: from 50 up to 160 mm

CARRYING CAPACITY: 300 kg (depending on the exposed length of the load)

VELOCITY: 2,5 Km/h (reduced with high loads)

EXTRACTION HEIGHT: from 250 up to 2000 mm

TROLLEY WEIGHT: about 700 kg


The technical data are purely indicative. Contact Svecom – P.E. for customized requests

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