A tilting mechanism (10) incorporated into a conventional wheelbarrow, the wheelbarrow including a bucket portion(14), a pair of elongated handles (16, 18) supporting the bucket portion, and a front wheel (20).
A wheelbarrow braking system helps control speed of a wheelbarrow on a slope.
When attached to a wheelbarrow (10), the chute apparatus (30) rests on the rim (27) of the wheelbarrow (10).
The invention concerns a suspension system designed for a vehicle with handles such as a wheelbarrow whether motorised or not, comprising a mounting bracket (2) attached by a pin to the frame (7) of the wheelbarrow.
A garden sieve (9) for a wheelbarrow has a collar frame (10) adapted to conform to and fit loosely on the rim of a wheelbarrow.
The ramp is automatically power-driven to pull the barrow up towards the top of a waiting skip into which the barrow load will be emptied.
The barrow can then be rolled rearwardly on the bin bottom surface so that the bin rear end is brought near ground level and the barrow is stable in this position.
These downturned lips (14 and 15) engage over the upper edges of the respective rear (11a) and front (11c) walls of the wheel barrow (11) to prevent the basin (13) from slipping out during tipping of the barrow.
Sensors (24,28) activate the ramp to carry the barrow upwards and are weight-sensitive so as to cut the ramp drive off automatically once the barrow has reached the top (19) of the ramp.
The present invention concerns a rack for waste bags and which are meant for placing an a wheel barrow.