Pedestrian drum handler for lifting steel drums on and off pallets
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Product: Drum Pallet Loader
The Raptor hydraulic drum truck is designed to allow the operator to load or unload drums from pallets. With a straddle leg design, the drum truck is able to glide over standard pallets and grab drums from the middle of the pallet.
With Poly wheels for maneuverability, drums can effortlessly be transported throughout your facility without the need for manual handling. Lifting and lowering of the drums is carried out by a manually operated hydraulic pump.
The hydraulic drum truck has a lower lifting height limit of 880mm and a maximum lifting height limit of 1380mm, allowing drums to be lifted off the floor by 500mm, with an 11.5mm lift per stroke.
The Raptor drum truck will come fully tested and certified to comply with the latest Health & Safety Regulations.
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• Easily glides over pallets to quickly load or unload 30 or 55 gallon drums
• Allows drums to be lifted from the middle of a standard pallet for transporting and distribution throughout the facility
• Allows drums to be lifted from the corner of containment skids
• Highly manoeuvrable featuring unique two poly wheel and two poly castors
• Fully tested and certified to comply with Health & Safety Regulations
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