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Morse Manufacturing: MORStop Tilt-Brake

November 3, 2003
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Morse Manufacturing announces its MORStop Tilt-Brake. When dispensing a heavy drum, especially an unbalanced drum, operators may need to manually lock the pull-chain or crank handle to prevent unwanted drum rotation. The tilt-brake mechanism automatically stops and holds the drum tilt angle. It is a simple, compact anti-backdrive device that functions smoothly and quietly in both directions. It utilizes proprietary technology to give the operator unprecedented control as well as smooth and quiet operation. When used together with the industry standard Morse Pinion & Spur gear tilt-drive, the operator can easily tilt and dispense a drum at will and have it stay tilted without having to hold onto the pull-chain or crank handle.

For more information, call 315-437-8475, fax 315-437-1029 or e-mail .

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