Since their introduction in the 1960’s, Sackett-Waconia Bulk-Toters have earned an unsurpassed reputation for reliability, clean operation, convenience, and speed. Their self-regulating in-feed hoppers allow flood feeding, without fear of overloading. Our latest generation of Bulk-Toters carries over many of the same features from the original to keep them performing reliably in corrosive environments - but are upgraded to use less power and have less wear. The most notable upgrade is the updated flight design, which moves the chain to the center of the flight. This reduces friction - meaning less power consumption and separator plate wear.
Designed with Efficiency in Mind
The Bulk-Toter II is designed to reduce both wear and power consumption, thereby reducing your operating costs and maintenance. All this, while maintaining the same reliability you expect from Sackett Equipment. They can be “Flood Fed” or “Control Fed” and can be used in a large range of applications.
Sackett-Waconia Bulk-Toters offer weather-tight sealed conveying solutions for a number of environments and uses from truck and rail receiving, to in-floor reclaim, to material transfer, to conditioning and transfer systems. Industrial versions are available for harsher applications such as cement handling or the salt market.
Simple & Efficient
Bulk-Toters are easy to set up, use and maintain. We build in clean out and maintenance doors, and. With our new chain and flight design, the chain is centered in the casing to reduce both wear and horsepower requirements. Less horsepower means lower utility cost. Our corrosion resistant flights help to reduce friction and are easy to change. With an easily accessible chain take-up, sealed bearings, built in clean-out doors, and lube ports, the bulk-toter an easy unit to maintain.
Sackett-Waconia Bulk-Toters are full of features to keep them performing reliably in corrosive environments. Features include stainless steel bodies, stainless steel separator plates, Sackett-Waconia's engineered chain, corrosion resistant flights, Dodge type “E” bearings, and stainless steel chain tension rods.