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to rack a drum up to 6 feet high

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Omni-Lift Drum Racker
Rack a drum up to 72" (183 cm) high with a Morse Omni-Lift Drum Racker.
Model 405 shown has hand pump drum lift and hand crank drum tilt control.
Approach upright drum and secure in holder of Morse Omni-Lift Drum Racker
Approach upright drum with drum racker with two chine catches below the drum rim.
Secure drum into holder with web strap and ratchet
Secure drum into holder by tightening the web strap and ratchet between the drum ribs.
Raise drum and rotate to horizontal racking position
Raise drum and rotate to horizontal drum racking position.
Once drum is horizontal, release the web strap and ratchet to enable drum placing drum into rack.
Once drum is horizontal, release the web strap and ratchet. Your drum then rests in the Omni-Lift drum holder to enable placing it into a rack.
Drum spacing on rack
Morse Omni-Lift Drum Rackers require adequate spacing between drums.
See rack configuration page.

Rack drum up to 72" high with Morse Omni-Lift Drum Rackers
Place drum onto drum rack. Then back drum racker away.

To remove a drum from a rack, simply reverse the procedure. Ensure that chine catches are engaged below drum rim and drum is secured with web strap and ratchet BEFORE tilting from horizontal position.
Option # 3313-P  -  Pad Kit to Rack a 55-gallon rimmed plastic drum
Pad Kit to Rack a 55-gallon rimmed plastic drum - Option # 3313-P
Pad Kit to Rack a 55-gallon rimmed plastic drum - Option # 3313-P

NOTE: Models with spark resistant parts already include Poly Drum Pad Kit.

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Omni-Lift Drum Rackers / Drum Stackers

Last Updated: 03/13/19

 
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