To move a pallet of brick up-kiln in small kilns where forklift access is prohibited requires a cost in time and manual labor or a custom solution. The challenge of transporting brick up-kiln will depend mostly on the size of the kiln and the condition of the surface of the kiln. The smaller the kiln, the smaller the access under the bricking machine frames. The more limited the access the more difficult it is to get brick past the machine to the bedding crew.
• Modular aluminum track can be built to any length using 5 ft. (1.5M) and 10 ft. (3M) sections.
• Multiple transfer carts can run along the same track.
• Lightweight track can easily be assembled and manually moved up the kiln as brickwork progresses.
• Electric power winch mounted on the rails.
• Two men can push a 3,000 lb. (1,361 kg) pallet of brick up the kiln.
• Wheels can be engaged to easily roll the cart up the kiln in progression with bricking.