New custom dumper from SP Industries improves usability and safety
SP Industries introduces a custom dumper with an innovative adjustable hydraulic tray system. The tray system dumps at different heights, helping users to avoid potential injuries caused by repetitive lifting and bending during the production process.
The 6000-lb. capacity dumper also allows customers to dump parts into different sized bins, streamlining the sorting process and accommodating specific plant requirements.
The 135-degree production style dumpers are offered with:
- 1000, 2000, 4000, 6000, and 8000 lb capacities
- Carts customized to required specifications
- Dump pivot heights from 48 to 84 inches
All SP compactors meet/exceed ANSI and OSHA specifications for safety and are backed by the company's best-in-industry warranty program. American supplied electrical and hydraulic components are specified for reliability and easy nationwide serviceability.
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