Types of Garden Tool Carts
The different types of garden tool carts can be distinguished from the following aspects
-Maximum load. The maximum load of different types of garden tool carts may vary from tens to hundreds of kilograms. Smaller carts carry only lighter loads, while being cheaper and easier to store. Heavy-duty carts are suitable for carrying a large number of items at once.
-Wheels. The types of wheels commonly used for garden tool carts are solid rubber wheels, plastic wheels, and pneumatic wheels. Each type has its advantages and disadvantages; for example, pneumatic tires provide good stability, but are easily punctured.
-Material. The choice of material is based on the intended purpose of the garden cart. Buckets made of metal or plastic can accommodate sharper, heavier objects, while materials such as canvas are lighter in weight, foldable and easy to clean.
Benefits of Garden Tool Carts
The gardening cart is not only handy for moving tools and supplies. Gardeners working anywhere in the garden can use the garden tool cart to easily transport gardening supplies and equipment to the project site, and can use it to carry away trash or debris. For example, when digging a hole for planting, gardeners can temporarily place soil in the garden cart without having to mulch the grass or foul the sidewalk.
The garden tool cart has a low center of gravity and good stability to prevent tipping when loading. The low stance makes it easy to load and unload heavy items, such as bags of soil, landscape boulders or large trees. Garden tool carts can help gardeners who have limited strength, mobility or endurance to complete any gardening job.
What is the difference between garden tool carts and wheelbarrows?
The garden wheelbarrow has sloping sides and one or two wheels in front. The user walks behind the unicycle and uses the two handles at the back to maneuver it. On the other hand, garden tool carts have flat bottoms and straight sides. They usually have two or more large wheels and a single handle at the front to pull them.
Because garden tool carts have a lower center of gravity, they tend to be more stable than wheelbarrows. They also have a lower bed, which makes them easier to load and unload. Also garden carts usually have a larger capacity and are great for carrying heavier gardening supplies like fertilizer or soil in addition to tools. Gardening tool carts are designed to be more ergonomic on the back, providing better support for lifting and dumping.