Steeler mancooler is rolled on rough floors as well as moved by crane from one spot to another. The tube axial section is banded with two angle rings around the middle to protect the fan motor. Guards are 14-gauge expanded metal type and the support legs are structural angle iron with two steel locking wheels and two steel caster wheels. A lifting eye is provided for hoisting the fan from one location to another with a crane hook.
Steerable air-motor powered drive is used for moving and positioning heavier loads. It provides an easy way to move a load weighing from a few thousand to hundreds of thousands of pounds. The addition of a drive system increases safety and will allow a single person to move much more weight. The drives move provides varying movement speeds of up to a maximum of 40 feet per minute requiring compressed air as a power source. Thumb controls with motorcycle style grips give each of the two operator's precise variable speed control in both the forward and reverse directions. The drive is equipped with a quick attach feature to allow simple connection and removal from the load. This allows a single drive to be shared by many pieces of equipment with the purchase of additional quick attach plates.