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* Over 70 DD’s with VW TPS
Designed for fast and safe drum deliveries, this machine solves an age old issue of drum handling for those without significant machinery to do so.
A user can easily lift the drum to the transit position, driving up a purpose made lightweight 2 piece ramp into the van and independently deliver exactly where the customer requires.
Features & Benefits
- No tools or skill to transfer from van to van, ad hoc deliveries when required
- Eliminates drum mauling
- Typical 1 hour / 2 miles per charge
- Mains overnight recharge
- For steel oil and plastic glycol drums
- Collect off pallet and drop onto bund
- Eliminates dropping drums onto tyres at delivery point
- Safe and mitigates injury to the user
- Designed for average fit users to move drums
- Minimal skill level required
- Fast and efficient
- Safe for the drum and the environment
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