Centre Discharge
Bag Splitter
- Low Profile

Product Code: JBBSA/4

Centre Discharge
Bag Splitter
- Low Profile

Product Code: JBBSA/4

JACKY® Centre Discharge Bulk Bag Splitter provides an easy and smart method for discharging product directly from a bulk bag.

Length

Length
1400mm

Width

Width
1200mm

Height

Height
1590mm

Width

Which Jacky® Bin is right for you? Calculate

Code: JBBSA/4

Length: 1400mm

Width: 1200mm

Height: 1590mm

1500 LTR Squat Centre Discharge Bag Splitter!

The JBBSA/4 Squat Centre Discharge JACKY® Bag Splitter design incorporates a poly hopper mounted in a forkliftable steel stillage. The bin is emptied through an opening in the centre of the base, and has the option of a slide hatch discharge mechanism for dry goods. This Bin is ideal for food storage, as well as for settling tanks and other chemical storage applications.

Model JBBSA/4 Benefits:

  • 1700L/1.7m³capacity.
  • Automatically cuts bulk bags when lowered onto Bag Splitter, allowing easy and hassle-free discharge of Bulk Bags.
  • Bag may be left on Bag Splitter until empty to prevent transfer of contents to other storage systems.
  • Centre Discharge hatch allows precise control of product discharge out of Bag Splitter.
  • Helps overcome lifting height problems - Bag Splitter is picked up from underneath.
  • High capacity but low height.
  • All working parts UV stabilised polyethylene or stainless steel for longevity.
  • 30 degree run slope allows the discharge rate of most granular products to be easily controlled.

Make an enquiry

Your Name

or email direct if you prefer: sales@orionaustralia.com.au

Contact us today

1800 752 784

Orion tackled the project willingly, and worked closely with Inghams in developing a pallet bin that would meet our required parameters. All bins are serial numbered with permanent graphics, for identification and tracking of contents. The bins were delivered in due time, and put into service during mid-2002. Nine years later, the original pallet bins are still in use on the same routine. In terms of standing up to the treatment they are given, and we would regard it as a high-demand environment, then the bins are 100%. After nine years they show wear and tear and damage from operator errors, but even so the bins are easy to clean and maintain to the required hygiene standards."

J.H., Feed Mill Manager, Tasmania

More Testimonials