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Pump elevators 25 litre model


This smaller unit is designed for use with 25 litre drums. Sold as a complete assembly with air driven agitator, it features stainless steel wetted components.


The unit raises and lowers on a pneumatic ram, and can also swing in an arc . Compact and mounted on a robust stand, The standard setting on the lid height is 402mm but can be adjusted.


Dimensions Stand footprint 500mm x 600mm Closed height 1159mm Raised height 1700mm


Part number 08 035 000 02


This model comes complete with agitator assembly ready for use, illustrated below


section seven 200 litre model


This elevator is a robustly constructed unit for long and continuous use in industrial applications involving 200 litre paint drums.


A powerful air ram is employed with a sturdy guide bar to prevent swing and allow smooth operation and control.


Fitted with pneumatic controls and supplied with pick up suction tube and return tubes in stainless steel. The lifting arms and drum lid are also fabricated from stainless steel.


The unit is supplied as a free standing unit with the ram mounted on a substantial 10mm steel plate with a drum stop to position the drum correctly when placing it onto the base. The standard unit does not include a pump or an agitator which need to be ordered separately.


Dimensions Base plate 71cm x 110cm


Closed height 165cm Raised height 295cm approx


Part numbers 08 034 000 00


08 034 000 02


This model comes without agitator.


This model comes complete with agitator assembly ready for use.


08 035 000 02 comes with agitator assembly ready for use


Model 08 034 000 02 Elevator illustrated with, M20/500 agitator kit The alternative ARM-125/500 rotary agitator kit may be specified at an increased price. (pump not included)


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