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Manual stacker truck BS120 DV
walk-behindfor drumsfor the pharmaceutical industry

manual stacker truck
manual stacker truck
manual stacker truck
manual stacker truck
manual stacker truck
manual stacker truck
manual stacker truck
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Characteristics

Energy
manual
Operator
walk-behind
Applications
for drums, for the pharmaceutical industry
Other characteristics
stainless steel
Carrying capacity

300 kg (661.4 lb)

Lifting height

3,300 mm (129.92 in)

Description

The BS120 DV drum tilter trolley equipped with a manual frontal drum tilter is the ideal product if a small quantity of drums (up to a maximum weight of 300 kg) with different diameters and types, such as iron, plastic and cardboard drums must be moved and rotated in complete safety. With the help of appropriate accessories we are also able to handle drums that are not cylindrical or objects with special shapes. The single column at the centre of the trolley offers a good view from all angles and makes it extremely manoeuvrable; it also allows, in the stainless steel version, high quality finishes that can be easily cleaned even with aggressive products. The drum is gripped by 400 mm high clamping jaws, completely covered with interchangeable rubber and locked with a sturdy clamping handwheel; continuous 360° frontal rotation is achieved by manually actuating the handwheel, which can engage a chain to make it easier for the operator to empty the drums at height. A special feature of all VEAB manual tilting trolleys, which is uncommon and should not be underestimated from a safety point of view, is that they keep the drum stable in the emptying position once rotated.

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