Moving Modular Buildings Just Got Easier…
The Modular Building Mover Range
Improving the flowline process in the manufacture of prefabricated and modular building structures can be a challenge. That’s why modular construction manufacturers who want agile, lean and efficient load moving solutions trust MasterMover. Moving heavy and awkward loads is no problem thanks to our pedestrian operated electric tugs and pushers – which are used to create seamless operations and maximise productivity when moving modular buildings, pods, site cabins and other prefabricated components.
MasterMover electric tugs not only reduce the need for the push and pull of manual handling, our machines also offer greater flexibility and more control. With minimum effort, users can achieve precise and safe movement of heavy and large-scale structures even in congested areas. Production is seamless and output is increased.
Move loads up to 20,000 kg
MasterMover’s MasterTow and autonomous AGV TOW range of machines provide powerful solutions for moving loads up to 20,000 kg. A single operator can safely and securely connect to any load in seconds with a draw bar, towing eye, or ball hitch.
Built with a strong steel chassis and outer panels, they can be used inside or outside, on slopes and uneven surfaces.
Move loads up to 20,000 kg
Our MasterTug range is designed for moving heavy or large wheeled loads from 2,000 kg up to 20,000 kg. An automatic braking system, variable speed controls and compact size means this machine is ideal for moving loads in areas with restricted space, perfect for any prefabrication or modular building manufacturer.
Move loads up to 30,000 kg+
The most powerful pedestrian electric tug offered by MasterMover, the PowerSteered range allows a single user to push, pull and effortlessly manoeuvre loads of up to 30,000 kg and beyond using wireless technology. Other great benefits our power steered range offer is auto coupling and self-adjusting hydraulic and weight transfer.
“The customer has been able to increase its production throughput by around 20 per cent.”
Export Development Manager
MasterMover is the world’s leading manufacturer of electric tugs with great expertise in your sector. That gives us the knowledge and you the reassurance to help you choose the right product for your needs.
We also offer an aftersales support service using regionally based technicians to give you complete peace of mind, wherever you are in the world. Planned preventative maintenance (PPM) programmes, certified operator training, plus flexible finance options help you get the most out of your equipment.
If you’ve never seen an electric tug in use before, we’re happy to demonstrate how they can move modular buildings along the production line safely. Our machines offer a range of benefits and advantages over other load moving methods.
A MasterMover electric tug will fit into your production process, unlocking greater efficiencies and smoother, uninterrupted workflows.
Yes, our electric tugs can operate both indoors and outdoors. Each working environment poses its own challenges (for example there may be inside and outdoor areas, as well as tricky surfaces and slopes). That’s why our technical sales team is happy to conduct an on site survey and make a tailored recommendation based on your needs.
Our electric tugs don’t lift the load but instead use the weight transfer principle. This offers huge load capacity, maximum flexibility and complete visibility right around the load when moving.
Yes. In the case of a building structure with all-swivelling castors, you will need two machines but our technical sales team are on hand to advise you and help you find the very best solution.
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