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Galvanised & Steel Pan Wheelbarrows Galvanised & Steel Pan Wheelbarrows
Galvanised & Steel Pan Wheelbarrows
Price from £96.70 ex. VAT £116.04 inc. VAT
Some assembly requiredSome assembly required
DeliveryGet this in 7 Days
Hefty Wheelbarrow Hefty Wheelbarrow
Hefty Wheelbarrow
£118.60 ex. VAT £142.32 inc. VAT
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200 Litre Wheelbarrow 200 Litre Wheelbarrow
200 Litre Wheelbarrow
£267.05 ex. VAT £320.46 inc. VAT
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is a Wheelbarrow, and what is it used for?

A Wheelbarrow is a small hand-propelled vehicle consisting of a single wheel at the front, two handles at the rear, and a shallow or deep receptacle (tray or hopper) in between. It is commonly used for carrying small loads of materials such as dirt, gravel, mulch, or construction debris in gardening, landscaping, construction, and other outdoor activities.
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What are the key features of a Wheelbarrow?

Key features of a Wheelbarrow include a sturdy frame typically made of steel or durable plastic, a pneumatic or solid rubber tire for easy manoeuvrability, and ergonomic handles for comfortable gripping and control. The tray or hopper may vary in size and depth to accommodate different types and volumes of materials. Some Wheelbarrows may also feature additional features such as reinforced edges, flat-free tires, or dual wheels for stability.
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How do I choose the right Wheelbarrow for my needs?

When selecting a Wheelbarrow, consider factors such as the type and volume of materials you need to transport, the terrain and conditions of your work environment, and your own physical capabilities. Choose a Wheelbarrow with a tray or hopper size and capacity that matches your workload, and ensure that the frame and tire construction are durable enough to withstand the intended use.
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What are the different types of Wheelbarrows available?

Wheelbarrows come in various types and configurations to suit different applications and user preferences. These may include traditional single-wheel Wheelbarrows, dual-wheel Wheelbarrows for increased stability and load capacity, and specialty Wheelbarrows designed for specific tasks such as concrete mixing, gardening, or transporting heavy loads over rough terrain.
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Can Wheelbarrows be used for other tasks besides carrying materials?

Yes, Wheelbarrows can be versatile tools used for a variety of tasks besides carrying materials. They can be used for mixing concrete, mortar, or compost, transporting plants or gardening supplies, moving firewood or logs, and even serving as makeshift seating or workstations in outdoor settings.
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What maintenance is required for a Wheelbarrow?

Regular maintenance of a Wheelbarrow typically includes keeping the tire properly inflated, lubricating moving parts such as wheel bearings and axles, and periodically inspecting the frame, handles, and tray for signs of wear or damage. Clean the Wheelbarrow after each use to remove dirt, debris, and moisture that could cause rust or corrosion, and store it in a dry, sheltered location when not in use to prolong its lifespan.