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Industrial, Piller Style, Pedestal Base/Stand 41-1/2"x 11-1/2"x 12"

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    Posted 1 year ago

    Lisa288
    (31 items)

    Shout Out to All you Industrail Machine Shop
    Employees/ Experts !!
    If there is a Different Catagory Better Suited for Items like this Please Inform Me & I Will Switch Catagories

    I have these 2 Industrial, Piller Style, Pedestal Bases/Stands. I'm Sure I am Not Calling Them By There Proper Name & I Can't Find Anything Similar on the Internet to Compare Them To.
    ** If Anyone Could Inform Me on What These Would Actually Be Called and the Uses for Them I Would Extremly Appreciate It!
    I Have Been Trying To Do Research About These for Days and Haven't Had Much Luck.
    If Someone Is Familiar With Large Industrail Machine Shops, I Would Be Very Greatful If You Could Forward Me Some of Your Knowledge Regarding These
    Below is All the Information That I Have On These and The Title is Just My Best Guess

    Industrial, Piller Style, Steel, Pedestal Base/Stand

    Size : 41-1/2" H x 11-1/2" W x 12" L

    Condition : New

    with Top and Bottom Plates
    Size : 19" x 17" x 1-1/2" Thick

    Each Top & Bottom Plate Has (18) Prefabricated Holes
    • (Qty 10) 1-3/8" Round Holes
    • ( Qty 8) 1" Round Holes

    On Two Sides of Each Top and Bottom Plates There Are :
    • (5) 1-3/8" Round Holes = (10) 1-3/8" Holes
    and
    • (4) 1" Round Holes = (8) 1" Holes

    Each Top and Bottom Plate has Robotic Double Welding Beads to Secure

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    Comments

    1. lptools, 1 year ago
      Hello, Are the holes in line top and bottom? Possibly a structural component?

    2. Lisa288 Lisa288, 1 year ago
      Yes There are (5) 1-3/8" holes lined upon 2 sides of both the top & Bottom Plate and then there are (4) 1" holes lined up on the inner portion of two sides both top and bottom. The photos depict as such.

      Do you have any idea What the Entire structure would be for? And Do you happen to know What the Entire structure would actually be called? Or where on the internet I could locate something similar ?
      Thank-You ????
    3. Onedtent, 1 year ago
      A suggestion: these are the bases to a steel column for a warehouse or similar structure. They are designed so that they can be unbolted (one-by-one) old truck tyres slid over them and then bolted back into place. You often see this at the entrance to a warehouse where heavy trucks, forklifts etc are in and out all day. This is to protect the vehicles as well as the structure. When the tyres get worn our/bashed to bits they are simply replaced.
    4. Lisa288 Lisa288, 1 year ago
      A Big Thanks to IPtool & Onedtent
      I appreciate your feedback but I don't think we hit the nail on the head as of yet.

      I was thinking it was more of a Base for some Kind of
      Tool to be mounted ON? But, I'm NOT SURE!

      Any other comments or suggestions Would be welcome

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