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Bucket elevator alignment procedure

Update date: Apr 12

Bucket Elevator Manual Guttridge Page 11 of 76 1.7. Erection procedure Before assembly refer to any assembly drawings provided, to ensure that sections are assembled in the correct order. As a further aid, all leg sections are numbered at each end and match the number on the adjoining section. 1

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