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2/24/2017

Heavy-Duty Chip Carts for Metalworking

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PMTS 2017: Cecor will display its heavy-duty chip cart line designed for the metalworking industry.

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Cecor will display its heavy-duty chip cart line designed for the metalworking industry. These carts are sized to fit machine tool discharge and handle the maximum capacity using the smallest footprint. Made of heavy-gauge steel, carts can withstand the punishment of the machine shop environment. Fully welded seams will not leak, melt, split or burn, the company says. Carts range from low-profile, with lip heights as low as 12", to tall-profile carts with a capacity of 1 cubic yard. The carts are designed to safely and easily push up to 1,500 lbs and can be emptied by forklift, hook hoist or adapted for hydraulic dumpers. Options include a drain plug, hinged drain screen and tow link for easy discharge.

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