A range of drum lifting equipment, which will vertically lift the drum up and down, or can tilt the drum to empty contents. The lifters will lift plastic, fibre or steel drums.
Extra product information
King manufacturers supply 3 drum lifters:
. Drum lifter mover
- picks up drums, so they can be moved, and will raise or lower the drum.
- The pick up mechanism can be placed in three different positions, allowing any size drum from 60 - 200 litres to be accommodated.
- For operation of this equipment refer to the master file
. King fork attached drum tipper
- this attaches to the fork lift, so that the drum can be turned up to 140 degrees.
. Drum high lifter/forward tilter
- this unit can lift a drum up to 1500 mm and then forward tip the drum.
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model King Drum Handling Equipment: Available in a range of models and sizes
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