Trash Chute Support System | CLEASBY
CLEASBY TRASH CHUTE SUPPORT SYSTEM
Everything needed to safely and quickly install and support up to 100′ of trash chutes. Chute sections come complete with bolted hardware, not pop riveted, a much stronger alternative. Every tenth chute must be tied back to the building for additional support. The hopper guides debris down the trash chutes while keeping the over flow from sliding over the edges. Window chutes are available for removing debris from interior floors.
- 12 ballast containers
- Support frame with outriggers and extensions
- Complete with steel Hopper
- Can be ramped as high as 4’
- Ramp is extendable from 10’ to 16 ft.
- Weight baskets included (fillled by contractor)
- 2000 lbs. capacity
- Plywood laid on support system to build ramp (plywood not included)
Using a CLEASBY Trash Chute Support System is the best, most safe way to dump debris, rubbish over the roof edge. No tools needed! Can be ramped as high as 4’. Ramp system is extendible to 10’ - 16’. Support ramp secures to chute hopper. Can be assembled without roofer hanging. Weight baskets are spread approximately 6 feet in rear enabling roofer to lay plywood on support system to build a ramp (plywood not included).
CLEASBY TRASH CHUTE SUPPORT SYSTEM:
Remove debris from multi-story buildings safely and efficiently. Designed to mount to the roof’s edge using 4” x 6” wood posts as counter lever supports. A complete trash chute system includes a hopper and several trash chute sections depending on the distance from the roof to the debris box or dump trailer (sections measure 30” diameter x 4’ height). Each tapered chute telescopes into the next chute and is fitted with support chains allowing for 31.5 feet of usable chute per section.
- Trash Chute Hopper
- Trash Chute Support System
- Ramp System
- Weight Baskets and pans
- Guard Rail
|Manufacturer Part Number||C02450-SUPPORT|
|Manufacturer||CLEASBY Roofing Products|
Can be ramped as high as 4’
Ramp is extendable from 10’ to 16’
Weight baskets included (fillled by contractor)
Plywood laid on support system to build ramp (plywood not included)