Deheaders

What You Need to Cut the Top and/or Bottom off a Closed-head Drum

You need the right drum deheading tool. To choose the right tool, you first need to know if anything is in the drum - for instance, if the drum contains flammable vapors. Also, what is your intention for the drum – to dispose of it as scrap metal or to make it a trash can or other type of usable container?
 


  • Top off also called chopper type
  • For 30 and 55 closed-head steel drums
  • Inside chime cut
WD24646
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$361.95 Each
  • Replacement blade for WD24646
  • Hardened steel
WD11285
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$58.05 Each
  • No set up needed - super simple operation
  • For 30 and 55 gallon closed-head steel drums
  • Perfect for low volume deheading
WDH303
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$60.35 Each
  • Replacement blade for WDH303
  • Hardened steel
WDB304
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$14.85 Each
  • Curved blade
  • For 30 and 55 closed-head steel drums
  • Inside chime cut; adjustable chime guide
  • Heavy duty/low volume
DDH2
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$92.30 Each
  • Curved replacement blade for DDH2
  • Hardened steel
DDH-P202
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$20.50 Each
  • Curved blade
  • For 30 and 55 closed-head steel drums
  • Inside chime cut; adjustable chime guide
  • Moderate duty/moderate volume
WDH2728
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$74.95 Each
  • Replacement curved blade
  • Hardened steel
WB2722
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$16.10 Each
  • Curved blade
  • For 30 and 55 closed-head steel drums containing flammable vapors
  • Inside chime cut; adjustable chime guide
  • Moderate duty/moderate volume
WDH-301
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$498.95 Each
  • Curved replacement blade for non-sparking drum deheader
  • Hardened non-ferrous alloy
WDB-302
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$137.30 Each
  • Steel cutting wheel
  • Ratchet style
  • For 30 and 55 gallon closed-head steel drums
  • Moderate duty/ low volume
WK10095
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$1,342.65 Each
  • Hardened Steel
  • Replacement Cutter Wheel for WK10095
10100
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$142.65 Each