Cart for transporting conduit through narrow aisles with 5,000 lb (2268 kg) capacity.$1,150.00
Case of eight 12" square AcidSorb Pillows for placement in drip pans to neutralize and absorb acid drips and boil-over from lead acid batteries.$260.00
The Dockmaster™ two-wheeled bin tipper (DM0700-B) tips and empties bins and drums weighing up to 550 lb (250 kg) at 27.5" (700 mm) tipping height.
Special events can be huge economic drivers for municipalities, venues, and food service providers — but they also come with unique waste management challenges. The goal for any large-scale entertainment operation is to manage waste both safely and efficiently. In order to do that, managers must carefully plan multi-stream waste systems, and they must provide staff with the tools they need to safely route each type of waste toward its own unique destination.
From the smallest bed and breakfast to the grandest luxury hotel, waste management can easily get out of control in the lodging industry. It's an issue of sheer scale: Green Hotelier, an industry journal, reports that every guest creates two pounds of waste for each night they stay. Meanwhile, the average hotel in the U.S. has 290 rooms, 64.4 percent are occupied on a given night.
Bin Tippers solve a host of problems in the food manufacturing and processing industries. These kitchen workhorses lift and dump heavy loads of bulk ingredients, allowing companies to run safer, leaner, and more productive operations.