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What is a door and board carrier?

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A door carrier or board carrier can carry plasterboards and panels Door and board carriers are sometimes called panel carriers, wall board carriers, plasterboard carriers, panel grips, or drywall carriers. They may also be called door or board lifters, but these are actually different tools, not designed for carrying.
Board carriers and door carriers transport sheet materials and panels They’re used to make it easier to lift, move and carry large and/or heavy sheets of materials, such as plasterboard and doors, by hand. They come in two basic designs: carriers which clamp the edge of a sheet, and carriers which support a sheet from below.

For more information see:  What are door and board carriers used for?

Wonkee Donkee says "They're used to make it easier to transport large and/or heavy sheets of materials by hand, like plasterboards or doors."
Board carriers and door carriers make carrying large sheets easier They come in a variety of designs, sizes, and specifications, so different carriers can be used with different materials. They provide a gripping point to hold and transport sheets that would usually be difficult to hold.

For more information see:  What are the different types of door and board carrier?

Some door or board carriers are designed to be used by two people, others allow a single person to carry awkward materials Some board carriers are designed to be used by one person to carry timber sheets like plywood, plasterboard and chipboard.

For heavier sheet materials, such as granite worktops, there are heavy-duty carriers, used in pairs, to share the load between two or four people.