Below-Hook Drum Karrier to pour 21" to 23" (53.3 to 58.4 cm) diameter steel or fiber drum. Manually grasp drum to control tilt.


Below-hook drum carriers to lift, rotate and control drum pouring within your reach. Turn drum by hand 360o in either direction. You manually grasp the drum to control the drum tilt

Morse Below-Hook Drum Carriers enable you to move and pour a drum within your reach. Dispense drum contents with your hoist or crane. Even lift and invert a drum with a drum faucet in place.

The drum carrier can be locked with drum in vertical position for transporting, or locked in the horizontal position to pour. Release tilt-locks on drum carrier for hand-controlled tilt at any angle.

Ships with load test certificate.

  • Lift and pour a 21" to 23" (53.3 to 58.4 cm) diameter 55-gallon (210 liter) steel or fiber drum
  • Cinch chain and ratchet to secure drum
  • Turn drum 360o by hand to dispense from drum
  • Factory load tested and ships with load test certificate
  • Capacity:
    • 800 Lb. (363 kg) full drum
    • 500 Lb. (227 kg) half-full drum
      Half-full capacity is an indication of the capacity for tilting an unbalanced, bottom-heavy drum. A partially full drum with an unbalanced and shifting load is harder to tilt than a full drum.


Full Capacity800 Lb. (363.2 kg)
Half-full Capacity500 Lb. (227 kg)

Shipping dimensions

Ship length39" (99.06 cm)
Ship width27" (68.58 cm)
Ship height10" (25.4 cm)
Ship weight45 Lb. (20.43 kg)
Ship class77.5
4-digit serial numbers are simply the month & year of manufacture.
Example: 1120 is November 2020

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Fork Pocket Kit: Add fork pockets to below-hook drum lifter. Install on Morse 85, 86 185 or 185HD Series.

California Proposition 65 Information

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including barium sulfate, cobalt, titanium dioxide, and 2-methylimidazole, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and bisphenol-A, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.

For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov