Morse® 201/20-E1 portable drum roller, 20 rpm, explosion-proof 1-phase motor, motor controls not included (OSHA requires enclosure)
Portable Drum Roller
Drum Mixer Rolls 55-gallon (210 liters) drum at 20 RPM
1/2 HP, Explosion-Proof, single-phase 115/208-230V 60Hz electric motor
IMPORTANT: OSHA Requires enclosure with an interlock
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Roll a 55-gallon (210 liters) drum on its side at 20 RPM to mix drum contents
RPM determined based on a 22.5″ (57.15 cm) diameter drum
Model 201/20-E1 powered by a 1/2 HP, Explosion-Proof, single-phase 115/208-230V 60Hz electric motor.
Explosion-Proof motors for Class I Group D and Class II Groups F and G.
No switch, cord or plug ships with the product. Electrician to install according to local codes and customer’s preference.
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.
- Morse® 201/20-E1 portable drum roller
- Maximum ambient operating temperature: 140oF (60oC)
- Roll steel drum with 6″ to 28″ (15 to 71 cm) diameter and up to 38″ (96.5 cm) tall
- The tipping lever will ONLY engage a drum 30″ (76.2 cm) or taller
- To roll a plastic drum, add Option POLY-201
- 500 Lb. (227 kg) with Liquid load in the drum
- 300 Lb. (136 kg) with Dry load in the drum
A shifting dry load exerts greater stress on the drum rotator than the fluid motion of a liquid load.