Morse® 2-5154-A double stationary drum roller, 20 rpm, air motor, includes motor controls and FRL (OSHA requires enclosure).
Stationary Double Drum Roller to mix contents of closed drums
Turns drums at 20 RPM. Vary RPM with airflow and pressure.
IMPORTANT: OSHA requires an enclosure with an interlock
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Double Drum Roller to gently mix contents inside closed drums.
Load horizontal drum onto roller with your crane and a Morse below-hook drum lifter, such as model 41
Roll drums on their side at 20 RPM. Vary RPM with airflow and pressure.
RPM is based on 22.5″ (57.15 cm) diameter 55-gallon (210 liter) drum
Spring steel grounding straps help drain possible static charge from drums.
An air motor powers Morse® 2-5154-A double stationary drum roller.
Air Controls – Filter, Regulator, Lubricator and valve are included.
Requires plant air at 40 psi and flowing at a rate of 40 scfm.
IMPORTANT: OSHA Requires an enclosure with an interlock to automatically turn off the machine if the enclosure is opened.
Enclosure and Interlock Kit are sold separately.
- Roll steel drums with 6″ to 28″ (15 to 71 cm) diameter, and a maximum 40″ (102 cm) length.
- To roll plastic drums, add Option POLY-2-5154
- Maximum ambient operating temperature: 140oF (60oC)
- Capacity per Drum:
- 1000 Lb. (454 kg) Liquid load in the drum.
- 300 Lb. (136 kg) Dry load in the drum.
A shifting dry load exerts greater stress on the drum rotator than the fluid motion of a liquid load.