SELF DUMPING MOBILE HOPPER

///SELF DUMPING MOBILE HOPPER

SELF DUMPING MOBILE HOPPER

The DHM Series Self-Dumping Mobile Hopper makes handling commercial or industrial waste or bulk material easy and efficient.

  • Heavy-duty 12 gauge steel
  • Easily dump load while seated on forklift
  • Latch secures hopper in upright position during transport
  • Convenient push handle for easy mobility
  • Safety retaining chain
  • Useable forklift pockets (6.875″ W x 1.875″H) on 28″ centers
  • Choose from 2 caster types
  • Optional locking caster brake sold separately (Model #ACC-166)
SKU: DHM-XXPH Categories: ,
Weight 415 lbs
Overall Dimensions L 55 x W 55.5 x H 50.5 in
Cable Length 4 ft.
Volume 1 cu yds, 1.5 cu yds
Gauge of Material 12 Gauge
Caster Type 8" Mold-on-rubber rigid casters: 2 Rigid, 2 Swivel, 8" Phenolic casters: 2 Rigid, 2 Swivel
Assembly Caster assembly required

Description

The DHM Series Self-Dumping Mobile Hopper makes handling commercial or industrial waste or bulk material easy and efficient. Constructed of 12 gauge steel, this mobile hopper is designed for strength and durability for handling heavy bulk material or debris. This hopper features casters and useable forklift pockets for easy mobility for collection of debris and forklift dumping to empty contents. Conveniently dump contents from the seat of a forklift with the manual release cable. The spring-loaded latch secures the hopper in the upright position for filling. Once the latch is released, the hopper tips forward to empty debris. All hopper units include a safety chain to secure the hopper to the forklift. Useable forklift pockets (6.875″ W x 1.875″H) on 28″ centers. Choose from two different caster types specific for your jobsite.  CAUTION: The hopper must be attached to forklift when dumping. OSHA requires contacting the manufacturer of your forklift to request specifications for the use of any forklift attachments to ensure your equipment has the adequate capacity to handle the desired load. Refer to your forklift operator manuals for more information.

*Note:  Always distribute load evenly.  When uniform weight capacity is calculated for any product, the capacity is based on the weight being uniformly distributed over the entire usable area.  For those products with casters or wheels, the maximum weight capacity is the lowest weight capacity of either the product or the set of casters/wheels.

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