Product News: Material Handling & Storage

Pail Dumper safely moves, lifts, and rotates pails.

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Press Release Summary:

May 28, 2003 - Portable, variable-height pail dumper features 24 angle settings for dispensing from 5 gal plastic or steel pails weighing up to 200 lb. Cradle can be raised up to 58 in. and lowered to 3.75 in. by hand crank with positive-lock winch system. Pails can then be rotated 360° by hand-crank brake lever, allowing user to lock in angle setting for dumping or pouring from 52 in. down to 1 in. Dumper is suitable for dispensing liquid or dry material.


2595 Palmer Ave., University Park, IL, 60466, USA

Original Press Release

Move, Lift, & Rotate Pails Safety and Easily

Press release date: May 22, 2003

BASCO now offers a new variable height pail dumper featuring 24 angle settings for dispensing from 5-gallon plastic or steel pails. This system allows an operator to lift, move, and dispense liquid or dry material effortlessly.

The pail dumper is solidly built to handle any steel and plastic 5-gallon pail weighing up to 200 lbs. This portable pail lifter is equipped with a cradle that can be raised up to 58" and lowered to 3.75" by means of a hand crank positive lock winch system. Pails can then be rotated a full 360° by using the ergonomic hand crank brake lever. This will allow the user to lock in at any one of 24 angle settings for dumping or pouring from 52" down to 1". With a tilt back "hand truck" design and solid rubber wheels, this unit can go virtually anywhere in various locations of a facility.

Thousands of workers are injured every year because of improper material handling practices in the workplace. BASCO's 5-gallon pail handler eliminates bending over to pick up and pour liquid or dry material out of 5-gallon pails. By moving, lifting, and rotating pails using the proper equipment, you will improve worker safety & increase productivity.

Contact BASCO for a free copy of the pail dispenser brochure at 800-776-3786 or

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