Drum Handling Equipment Rentals by Easy Lift Equipment

Wednesday, July 3rd, 2019
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Easy Lift Equipment is pleased to announce the availability of rental equipment for customers performing drum inventory or for customers needing an immediate solution for a drum handling project. * Performing a physical inventory is an important practice for many businesses.  Despite its importance, taking a physical inventory is a time consuming – often difficult […]


Ergonomic Scale Calibration Procedure for EasyLift™ Drum Handling Equipment

Monday, March 24th, 2014
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Ergonomic Scale Calibration Procedure for EasyLift™ Drum Handling Equipment   Easy Lift Equipment produces a wide range of drum handling equipment all of which are available with optional scale systems for weighing drums   Two Easy Lift product lines which we often install scale system on are our; Eagle Grip Drum Handling Attachments for lift trucks […]


Drum Handling Safety: Risk Factors and Safety Guidelines

Monday, February 3rd, 2014
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Drum Handling Safety Updated 9/7/2021 Staying Safe When Handling Industrial Drums Industrial drums of any size pose a significant workplace risk for anyone employed in warehousing or material handling occupations.  With the average 55-gallon drum weighing between 400-600 lbs depending on the drum contents; manually transporting, decanting or otherwise handling drums is not only physically […]


Easy Lift Equipment Exchange and Refurbishment Program

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013
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Ensure the continued safe operation of your Eagle-Grip Drum Handling Attachment with our unparalleled exchange and refurbishment program.


Eliminating Workplace Injuries Associated With Handling Drums by Implementing Ergonomic Drum Handling Equipment

Friday, July 23rd, 2010
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Employers are responsible for creating a safe working environment by having the proper material handling equipment in place for their employees. This is especially necessary when it come to handling drums. Old school manual drum handling methods is hard work, increases the risk of accidents and injuries and should no longer be used.