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RANGE BALL ELEVATOR/FEEDING BIN Manage Your Range Balls!


These feeding bins are fantastic for clean or dirty ball storage. Our feeding bins allow you to store range balls before they go into the dispenser or range ball washer. With our gravity fed floor, the first ball in is the first ball out allowing you consistent rotation and greater longevity for your golf balls.


FB-001 Feeding Bin $3595.00 BC-001 Elevator for Feeding Bin $3150.00


Feeding Bin with Elevator


Standard Size: 56”W x 60”D x 48”H Storage Capacity: 20,000 ball capacity


Lockable lids available on all feeding bins.


FB-003 Add 10,000 More Balls Capacity $995.00 FB-001L Feeding Bin w/Locking Lid


$3895.00


Use Easy Picker Elevators to Move Range Balls From One Component to Another or Even Up to Another Level in Your Facility


BC-001 Range Ball Elevator - 88” Standard Size: 19”W x 28”D x 881 Power Requirements: 110 volt


$3150.00 /2 ”H


• Transports up to 60,000 balls per hour. • Easy Picker’s Elevator Systems automate the toughest jobs in the range balls business: Moving large quantities of range balls.


• Our elevators can supply Dispensers, Holding Bins, and Range Ball Washers. • Gravity fed transfer chutes or power driven elevator belts transfer balls horizontally or vertically.


Custom fabricated elevator/ball transportation systems are our specialties. Custom Elevator Height Up to 30 Feet Call Us for a Quote Today


www.easypicker.com 800.641.4653 email: salesdept@easypicker.com 13


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