Sanitary High Lift Drum Dumper

Bethlehem, PA (PressExposure) December 17, 2009 -- A new Sanitary High Lift Drum Dumper allows drums to be loaded at floor level, sealed against a discharge cone, elevated and tipped, mating the cone to a gasketted receiving ring on downstream process equipment.

Trademarked TIP-TITEâ„¢, the dumper accommodates drums from 30 to 55 gal (114 to 208 liter) and can discharge bulk material into process vessels and equipment inlets 5 to 10 ft (1525 to 3050 mm) above the plant floor.

The drum platform is raised by a single hydraulic cylinder, creating a dust-tight seal between the rim of a drum and the underside of the discharge cone.

A second hydraulic cylinder raises the platform-hood assembly vertically before tipping it to a dump angle of 90 degrees, causing the vertically oriented cone to mate with a gasketted receiving ring. The ring can be fitted to the lid of an optional hopper with integral flexible screw conveyor or pneumatic pick-up adapter, or to existing process equipment.

A pneumatically actuated slide gate valve prevents material flow until the discharge cone has been properly seated in the gasketted receiving ring.

The all-stainless unit can be finished to sanitary or industrial standards. Other models are offered in mild steel with durable industrial coatings, or with material contact surfaces of stainless steel.

The company also manufactures conventional-height drum dumpers, drum fillers, box-container dumpers, bulk bag dischargers, bulk bag conditioners, bulk bag fillers, flexible screw conveyors, pneumatic conveying systems, bag dump stations, weigh batching and blending systems, and engineered plant-wide bulk handling systems with automated controls.

Contact Flexicon Corporation, 1-888-353-9426, http://www.flexicon.com.

About Flexicon Corporation

Flexicon Corporation
2400 Emrick Blvd.
Bethlehem, PA 18020-8006
1-610-814-2400
http://www.flexicon.com

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Press Release Submitted On: December 17, 2009 at 3:38 pm
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