LOW PROFILE CHIP CART – 7.2 CU FEET

The Low Profile Chip Cart, also known as a chip hopper, effectively collects loose or scrap materials, such as parts, metal shavings, or wood chips or just about any warehouse item. The chip cart dimensions are specifically designed to fit under conveyors or production machinery.

  • 7.2 CU FT
  • 14 gauge steel construction
  • Features a 1.25″ diameter removable push handle
  • Double end receivers for reversible push handle position
  • 8″ High-performance Elastomer Casters, 2 Rigid/2 Swivel
  • Low tapered side scoop (only 17.06″ high)
  • Click here to view Operational Safety and Assembly Instructions

 

 

 

 

Weight 101 lbs
Overall Dimensions 49.63 × 27.13 × 44 in
Side Scoop Height 17.06"
Cart Lip Height 22.82"
Caster Type 8" High-performance Elastomer casters: 2 Rigid, 2 Swivel
Volume 7.2 CU FT
Capacity 1,000 lbs.

Description

Low Profile Chip Cart with Side Scoop

The Low Profile Chip Cart, also known as a chip hopper,  effectively collects loose or scrap materials, such as parts, metal shavings, or wood chips after production.   The chip cart dimensions are specifically designed to fit under conveyors or production machinery and holds up to 10.3 CU FT of material.  It features a low tapered side scoop (only 17.06″ high) to easily remove the contents.

Several Applications, Same High Quality

Whether industrial or warehouse use, our chip carts are made of heavy duty steel to withstand tough in-plant handling.  For ease of mobility, this cart features 2 Rigid and 2 Swivel 8″ High-performance Elastomer Casters.  Also, the removable push handle allows maneuvering to the ideal location.  In sum, the Low Profile Chip Cart is easy to move, robust, and will last over time, saving time and money.

Usable dimensions:  42”L X 25.5”W X 12”H

Overall dimensions:  49.63”L X 27.13”W X 44”H

Minimum Side Scoop Lip height: 17.06”

Maximum Chip Cart Lip height: 22.82”

 

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

*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.  For those products with casters or wheels, the maximum weight capacity is the lowest weight capacity of either the product or the set of casters/wheels. 

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