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Dumpmaster™ Hydraulic Bin Dumper, 71"-94.5" Tip

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The Dumpmaster™ two-wheeled bin dumper (DMA2400) tips and empties bins and drums weighing up to 660 lb (300 kg) at tipping heights ranging from 71" (1800 mm) to 94" (2400 mm).

The Simpro manufactured Dumpmaster™ wheelie-bin dumpers empty bins and drums weighing up to 660 lb (300 kg) at virtually any height. The dumping action of a Dumpmaster™ is safe, efficient, and easy to use. The tipping height is adjustable from 71" to 94.5", it dumps most typical bin sizes up to 96 gal, and its standard capacity is 660 lb. Also called trash can dumpers, box dumpers, bin tippers, garbage can dumpers, or tote tippers, bin dumpers offer an ergonomic solution to tasks like dumping waste or trash, mixing ingredients or chemicals, disposing of medical waste, and much more. DMA2400 Dumpmaster has full-cage wire mesh guarding, and 4" (100 mm) casters. Its standard cradle is designed for two-wheeled bins with molded grab handle and grab bar, but custom cradles are available to suit other bins/drums.

Important information about the Bucket Cradle option: Powder coated steel bucket cradle includes adjustable hoop retainer and adjustable packer blocks. Bolted to the main tote cradle plates, the Bucket Cradle accommodates all tubs that fit within 27” wide, 24” deep, 47” high, including all standard steel drums and Brute Bins.

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Manufacturer Simpro
Mfr. Part Number DMA2400
Bin Dumper Power Battery (2x 12v 21Ah sealed gel batteries)
Bin Dumper Tip Height 71" to 94.5" (1800 mm - 2400 mm)
Capacity 660 lb (300 kg)
Weight 584 lb (265 kg)
Overall Width 43.5" (1100 mm)
Overall Length 51" (1291 mm)
Overall Height 136.5" (3465 mm)
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California Residents: WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or reproductive harm, and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Learn more here.