Morello sets the standard for enhanced customization, quality, and expertise in the design and manufacturing of battery-powered self-propelled trolleys. From handling heavy loads to transporting non-standard cargo in metalworking industry, including the transportation of massive components, Morello’s material handling solutions offer effective options.
Our flagship battery-powered industrial cart, SGAI, is designed to provide exceptional flexibility and operational efficiency. It outperforms overhead cranes and track transfer trolleys, making it the ideal solution for heavy-load material handling. Numerous companies have already experienced the benefits of this eco-friendly model for both indoor and outdoor transportation needs.
Key features of Morello’s self-propelled battery-powered trolleys
Electric self-propelled carts offer significant noise reduction, rubber wheels suitable for indoor and outdoor use, and a comprehensive range of customization options for steering, power supply, safety, lifting, ground conditions, and more. The standard self-propelled trolley SGAI can carry loads of up to 500 tons and is equipped with one or more steering axles.
OMNI and OMNI SPMT (Self-Propelled Modular Transporter) are flagship models capable of carrying extremely heavy loads, up to 1000 tons. OMNI features an unlimited number of shaft lines to support the load, with various steering options, including orthogonal, diagonal, and around its center, providing completely independent movement.
In many industrial environments, there is a strong emphasis on reducing air pollution both inside and outside the workplace. Battery-operated industrial carts significantly contribute to improving air quality within the workplace, especially in areas where diesel-powered vehicles are still in use. Most Morello’s SPMTs are powered by electric and non-hydraulic motors, offering economic and environmental benefits, such as increased battery autonomy, lower maintenance costs, and cleaner operation.
To ensure safety during transportation, laser scanning technology and foam rubber bumpers are employed. AGV or SEMI-AGV vehicles follow predefined paths, offering an automated option among various available driving technologies.
While our self-propelled trolleys can be equipped with a working driver’s cabin upon customer’s request, they are typically remotely controlled using radio controllers or other remote solutions. Moreover, Morello can provide an ATEX version for use in more hazardous environments, such as oil and gas or mining, making it a practical solution for material transportation in industrial paint booths.
All equipment designed by Morello can be equipped with a remote assistance card, providing diagnostic support to Morello and ensuring efficient after-sales customer service directly from our offices.
Customized solutions for every industrial sector
Morello’s flagship self-propelled trolleys, SGAI and OMNI, are in high demand across various industrial sectors. These trolleys find widespread use in industries such as metalworking or automotive, where they have become synonyms with mold-carrying trolleys used to move heavy dies and molds.
Among the diverse applications across various industries, it is worth highlighting the Tideway Project in London, UK, known for its “Super Sewer” located 25 km beneath the River Thames. This project was designed to intercept wastewater leaks and clean up the river, providing significant environmental benefits. Our battery-operated carts played a crucial role in on-site management, transporting prefabricated segments for tunnel lining. Operators greatly appreciated these machines for their ease of use in segment transportation, eliminating the need for tracks and minimizing noise and air pollution.
Another noteworthy case involves the decommissioning of a nuclear power plant, where our self-propelled trolleys were instrumental in transporting oversized parts, some weighing over 100 tons.
It is worth noting that Morello’s equipment has been tested to handle loads of up to approximately 145 tons. For a detailed case study and to explore more successful applications with Morello’s battery-operated carts and other equipment, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
One more interesting Morello case is a decommissioning project of a nuclear power plant. Our self-propelled trolleys were used to transport oversize parts disassembled from the plant, weighing over 100 tons.
However, Morello equipment has been tested to handle up to approximately 145 tons. Contact us to get full case study and see more successful projects with Morello self-propelled trolleys and more equipment.