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WORK GLOVES
pages 346-348
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Material Handling
Tilt Trucks
A.
Rotomolded Tilt Trucks
Specially made to handle bulky, medium- to heavy-weight materials.
Sturdy, plastic construction. Easy to maneuver and dump contents. Wheels
and axle are inset to prevent damage to interior surfaces and equipment.
USDA & FDA Compliant materials. Black. (Optional lids sold separately.)
Size
No.
Capacity (L x W x H)
Description
Each
1
2
Cubic Yard*
RCP 1304 BLA† 450-lb. 56
3
4
x 28 x 38
5
8
Utility-Duty
RCP 1305 BLA 850-lb. 60
1
2
x 28 x 38
5
8
Standard-Duty
RCP 1306 BLA 1400-lb. 60
1
2
x 28 x 38
5
8
Heavy-Duty
1 Cubic Yard
RCP 1314 BLA† 850-lb. 72
1
4
x 33
1
2
x 43
3
4
Utility-Duty
RCP 1315 BLA 1250-lb. 72
1
4
x 33
1
2
x 43
3
4
Standard-Duty
RCP 1316 BLA 2100-lb. 72
1
4
x 33
1
2
x 43
3
4
Heavy-Duty
*
1
2
cubic yard tilt trucks do not come with a handle
†
Utility-duty tilt trucks do not include frame
B.
Tilt Truck Lids
Domed, hinged lid conceals loads without reducing capacity. USDA & FDA
Compliant materials. Black.
No.
For RCP Model
Each
RCP 1307 BLA
1304, 1305, 1306, 9T17
RCP 1317 BLA
1314, 1315, 1316, 9T18
C.
Tilt Trucks
Sturdy, plastic construction. Smooth and seamless, one-piece
molded truck bodies with reinforced lip are rounded and easy to clean.
4-in. center swivel back caster provides easy maneuvering. Durable,
one-piece, 10-in. in-set wheels offer low maintenance and protect
surroundings. USDA & FDA Compliant materials. Powder-coated steel
frame for corrosion resistance. Black.
No.
Capacity
Size (L x W x H)
Each
1
2
Cubic Yard*
RCP 9T17 BLA
300-lb.
56
3
4
x 28 x 38
5
8
1 Cubic Yard
RCP 9T18 BLA
600-lb.
72
1
4
x 33
1
2
x 43
3
4
*
1
2
cubic yard tilt truck does not come with a handle
Center hinge lid opens from
either end.
C
A
B
The EPA estimates that there are 136 million tons of
construction and demolition debris generated in the
U.S. annually, or 2.8-lbs./person/day. If your building is
undergoing any kind of rehabilitation or construction, keep
in mind that there are many government organizations
and recycling facilities that will assist you with recycling
or reusing excess materials and some kinds of demolition
debris. You can be the one that makes these materials
available for reuse and keep them out of our landfills and
waste streams.
http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/conserve/rrr/imr/cdm/index.htm