A Drum Handler can make your job easier in lots
Drum Size and Type is the first factor. All of the Drum Handlers will accept
steel drums, and some will also accept plastic and fiber drums, too. Other
models require an adapter or special saddle.
Saddle Type follows from the drum type. The simplest is a saddle with a chain or
belt fastening. For fiber and plastic drums, a wrap-around saddle is better, or
a model with rubber-lined gripping jaws.
Lifting/Dumping Height is the next thing to think about. Models are available
that lift and dump at up to 96” from the floor, or more on special order. Make
sure you have enough headroom to lift that high. Higher lift height units use a
chain wheel to control the drain angle.
Work Area is an often-overlooked detail. In close quarters, you might need a
Handler with closely spaced legs, or one that drains off to the side, rather
than straight ahead. Hazardous areas call for saddles and cinch chains made of
BayTec has the best trained and most knowledgeable customer service people in
the business. They’ll help you figure out the equipment you need to get the job
When you need a Drum Handler, get it Right ... get it from BayTec!
We carry many types of Drum Handlers. Please Call for other Styles and