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New Sack-loading Attachment A NEW attachment for loading' heavy, sacks

25th July 1952, Page 57
25th July 1952
Page 57
Page 57, 25th July 1952 — New Sack-loading Attachment A NEW attachment for loading' heavy, sacks
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on to lorries .1-1, is available from, G. Routledge, Colk irk,

Faken ham, Norfolk. nown as the Minilabour loader, it costs £167 10S., an extra charge being made for fitting.

The device is made of tubular steel members, and wooden slats attached to two endless chains which run over ballrace bearings provide an elevator: Drive is derived from a power take-off and is transmitted through an auxiliary clutch and an „extension shaft fitted with 'universal joints. No maintenance, other than the periodical greasing of certain parts, is Called for,

When travelling; the loader can be stowed under the body of the vehicle. Adjusting arms, stay c.hains and the finaldrive shaft are packed in a bOx. The Standard model, which can load sacks at ,the rate of 200 an hour, has an 11-ft. boom and can discharge at any height between 7 ft.

and 8 ft. 6 ins. •

A portable version of the Minilabour is also made. It is fitted with an electric rmitor and costs £155. Longer elevators can be incorporated in this version for .£5 for each additional foot up to 200 feet.


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