Morse® 525M-T-114 Scale-Equipped Vertical-Lift Drum Pourer to lift, move, weigh and pour 55-gallon (210 liters) steel drum. Has air power drum lift and tilt.
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- Model 525M-T-114 has air power drum lift and tilt
- On/off valve and lift valve raise drum; the second valve to control hydraulically-driven drum tilt; manual release valve lowers the drum.
- Has spark-resistant parts
- Lift, move, and pour a 55-gallon (210 liters) steel drum from up to 106″ (269 cm) high.
- Scale-equipped to weigh as you pour
- T-Type Scale: Intrinsically-Safe Electronics Ultra-Low Power Intensity (ULPI) Instrument for use in many hazardous areas, approved for all classes, groups and divisions of N.E.C. hazardous environment classifications. Recharge the scale battery outside the hazard area. Charger for scale battery is NOT for use in a hazard area.
- 360o tilt control in either direction
- Dispense into vat, hopper, mixer or other containers
- Features MORCINCHTM Drum Handling System automatically cinches around 22″ to 23.5″ (56 to 59.7 cm) diameter drum
- Install correct MORCINCHTM Kit to handle a plastic or fiber drum
- Insert correct size Diameter Adapter for each smaller drum
- 800 Lb. (363 kg) Full drum
- 500 Lb. (227 kg) Half-full drum
- Half-full capacity is an indication of the capacity for tilting an unbalanced, bottom-heavy drum. A partially full drum with an unbalanced and shifting load is harder to tilt than a full drum.