RHINO SELF DUMPING HOPPER, TORONTO, ON CANADA
RHINO (TM) SELF DUMPING HOPPER ARE THE BEST SELLING SELF DUMPING HOPPERS IN CANADA.
RHINO SELF DUMPING HOPPER ARE THE INDUSTRY LEADER SELF DUMPING HOPPERS IN GTA CANADA. RHINO SELF DUMPING HOPPERS ARE FOUND WORKING IN MOST OF THE LEADING INDUSTRIES IN HAMILTON, SCARBOROUGH, MISSISSAUGA, TORONTO, KINGSTON, LONDON, MONTREAL, VANCOUVER, BRAMPTON AND CALGARY IN CANADA AND NEWYORK, OHIO AND MICHIGAN IN THE USA.
OUR RHINO BRAND SELF DUMPING HOPPER ARE MANUFACTURED USING QUALITY HEAVY GAUGE STEEL TO ASTM A- 36 AND RUST PROTECTED BY OUR SPECIAL TREATMENT TO WITHSTAND THE ROUGH WEATHER CONDITIONS IN CANADA AND TH U.S.
SELF DUMPING HOPPERS COME IN MANY SIZES STARTING FROM HALF CUBIC YARD TO 3 CUBIC YARDS AS STANDARD AND AS SPECIALS IN 4 CUBIC YARD AND 5 CUBIC YARD CAPACITIES. THE LARGER INDUSTRIAL WASTE BINS COME IN 7.5, 10, 12, 18 AND 20 CUBIC YARD CAPACITIES.
RHINO SELF DUMPING HOPPERS ARE BACKED BY OUR FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY AND OUR ENGINEERS ARE ALWAYS AVAILABLE TO HELP YOU WITH ANY OPERATIONAL ISSUES.
PLEASE CONTACT US FOR PRICES AND DELIVERY
call: +1 (416) 731-0735
call/whatsap: 050 632 8990
Check out these safety tips to prevent injury and damage on your job site.
- INSPECT THE DUMP HOPPER. Check the latch assembly and other components before each use for damage or excessive wear. Ensure that the latch spring, as well as the drum and base, are in good working condition.
- SECURE THE DUMP HOPPER. The latch holder should be in the locked position at all times, except when dumping. Always wrap and secure the safety chain around the forklift mast to ensure that the hopper does not fall off the forklift while you’re transporting and dumping the load.
- PICK UP THE HOPPER. Insert the forks of the lift into the opening of the base, spreading the forks as far as possible. Forks should not extend beyond the front of the base.
- TRANSPORT THE HOPPER. Pick up the forks and tilt the mast back to prevent the load from slipping. Transport one hopper at a time, at the minimum practical height.
- DUMP THE HOPPER. Keep the mast tilted back, unlock the latch holder and raise forks to the desired dumping position. Keep clear of the hopper and release the handle while tilting the mast slightly forward.
- RE-LATCH THE HOPPER. Always re-latch the hopper by tilting the mast back and moving the latch holder into the locked position.
- DO NOT OVERLOAD THE FORKLIFT DUMPING HOPPER. Also make sure that the weight of the loaded hopper does not exceed the capacity of the forklift as shown on its load chart. In addition, make sure the hopper load will discharge freely. If material hangs up in hopper when discharging, it can cause an overload situation that may affect forklift stability.