Stationary compactors are intended primarily, although not exclusively,
for the collection of materials where liquids are not present.

Selecting the correct compactor begins with its application. This compactor is most commonly used for the disposal of heavier dry waste or recyclables. The compactor is positioned and anchored to a concrete pad. A receiver container is then coupled to the compactor using heavy-duty hooks to secure it in place during the compaction phase. When the container is full the hooks are unlatched and the container is hauled away to be emptied. Stationary compactors range from small sizes for under the chute applications inside buildings to very large models which are intended for use at transfer station.

The loading of a stationary compactor will normally occur in one of the following ways:

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Dock Feed Examples

The User Walks To The Hopper To Make The Deposit. Used For Trash Or Recycling Materials.

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Weather Shed Examples

Weather Sheds Are Typically Added To Keep Out The Weather Or Provide Security.

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Chute Feed Examples

Trash Or Recycling Materials Come From Different Sources And In Different Methods. From Conveyor Belts To Manual Load. Chutes Are Used To Protect From Weather And Provide Security

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Ground Load Examples

Determining The Correct Compactor For Your Application Will Depend On What You Are Depositing And How You Want To Load It.