Project Description

Hydraulic Box Dumper with Safety Cage
AMS-T3 Hydraulic Box Dumper


2000 Lb. Lifting Capacity

AMS-T-3 hydraulic box dumpers will lift and empty Gaylord boxes to increase efficiency & reduce operator fatigue. Our hydraulic box dumpers have bearings at all pivot points, including severe-duty points, and composite sleeve bearings at the main pivot point. They were engineered to allow easy access to the hydraulic and electrical components. 

AMS-T-3 hydraulic box dumpers must be lagged to the floor and require a 130″ or 150″ ceiling clearance, depending on the discharge height. The lift time is 30 – 33 seconds, on average, with a 45-second gravity down. The standard drum is 52″ wide x 48″ deep but an extra-wide 60″ drum is also available.

AMS-T-3 hydraulic box dumpers are built in the U.S. and manufactured with quality components. These 2 horsepower hydraulic box dumpers can be ordered with a 48″ or 60″ high discharge height and require 3-phase power. The frame is constructed of reinforced formed steel and includes a retaining bar that adjusts from 24″ to 48″ high. 

AMS-T-3 hydraulic box dumpers have a maximum container height of 48″. Options include gated enclosures, auto-run control packages, increased weight capacities, and stainless steel and/or washdown construction and components.

Horsepower 2 HP
Cord with Plug 15 Feet
Voltages 3-Phase
Warranty One Year
Lifting Capacity 2000 Lbs.
Weight 2200 Lbs.
Lift Time 33 Seconds
Gravity Down 45 Seconds
Discharge Height 48″ or 60″ H
Adjustable Retaining Bar 24″ to 48″ High
Drum Dimensions 52″W x 48″D x 48″H
60″ Wide Drum
Gated Enclosures
Auto-Run Packages
Integrated Controls
Left or Right Side Controls
Increased Weight Capacities
Stainless/Washdown Construction
Foot Pedal or Hand Pendant Controls
T-3 Brochure
Safety Cage Brochure



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