FORKED BEAM BUCKET RISER COMBO

The Forked Beam Bucket Riser is your perfect addition to the Forked Beam Bucket (SKU #FH-VFL-1) allowing you to use the Beam Bucket as a versatile floor hopper.  When you combine the Beam Bucket and the Bucket Riser,  you can pour concrete in buggies, carts or tubs to easily place concrete.   Purchased in combination or separately, the Riser is a great accessory for various jobsites.

  • Constructed of heavy duty steel
  • All-welded construction
  • Features 2 retention pins to secure the hopper to the riser
  • Ability to hoist using designated lifting lugs and properly rated rigging (not included)
  • Click here to view the Operational Safety and Assembly Instructions
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Weight N/A
Overall Dimensions N/A
Uniform Capacity* 5,200
choose-an-option Bucket Riser Only | Forked Beam Bucket and Riser Combination

Description

The Forked Beam Bucket Riser is your perfect addition to the Forked Beam Bucket (SKU #FH-VFL-1) allowing you to use the Beam Bucket as a versatile floor hopper.  When you combine the Beam Bucket and the Bucket Riser,  you can pour concrete in buggies, carts or tubs to easily place concrete.  Purchased in combination or separately, the Riser is a great accessory for various jobsites.

This riser unit can be hoisted using designated lifting lugs and properly rated rigging (not included) and also features 2 retention pins to secure the hopper to the riser.

Fabricated from heavy gauge steel and all-welded construction, this Bucker Riser is a smart addition to the Forked Beam Bucket.

CAUTION: OSHA requires contacting the manufacturer of your forklift to request specifications for the use of any forklift attachments to ensure your equipment has the adequate capacity to handle the desired load. Refer to your forklift operator manuals for more information.

Product images shown are for illustration purposes only and may vary from actual product.

*Note:  Always distribute load evenly.  When uniform weight capacity is calculated for any product, the capacity is based on the weight being uniformly distributed over the entire usable area.  

 

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