Stationary compaction plants
Stationary compaction plants are particularly suitable for high waste volumes. From small systems to large systems with e.g. We offer everything for presses or containers. For these presses, we manufacture containers with a useful capacity of 6 to 25 m³. The systems are equipped with a PLC control and can thus be adapted to the local conditions.
Due to the possibility of delivery with a wide range of accessories, each device can be tailored to the specific requirements of the respective source.
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With a stationary compression system you can reduce up to 90% air in waste. Depending on the type of waste, compaction of up to 1:9 can be achieved.
These systems are used where flexibility is required and the volume of waste is not so high. No foundations are required to use a press container. However, it should be noted with these systems that the compression ratio is only approx. 1: 5, and thus only a smaller proportion of waste can be compressed than with a stationary compression system. We manufacture press containers in sizes 6 - 26 m³ net capacity.
The filling can also be adapted to customer requirements. Whether filling from the floor, ramp design, lifting and tilting device, connection to the suction system, waste disposal chutes, etc. The press container always enables mobile use at the waste or paper waste location.
Balers are hydraulically driven presses that press into a conically converging open channel. The pressed and fully automatically bound (option) bales can be transported and stored economically.
Regardless of whether you want to press paper, cardboard, film or residual waste, whether you run a supermarket, a landfill or a recycling center, a wide variety of sizes, performance levels and designs offer the optimal solution for every user.
Baling presses are available as simple press units with manual binding up to the large channel baling press with autom. Bonding and a throughput of up to 20 tons / hour.
By this we mean primarily waste collection containers for stationary compaction plants with a collection volume of 6 to 25 m³.
Our production program also includes special containers for special purposes as well as chip containers for extraction systems.
The separation of garbage, residual waste, paper, plastics, etc. is an important factor today in order to save costs and, on the other hand, to make a small contribution to relieving our environment.
We also support you in the planning of disposal centers, from planning and project planning through to implementation. E.g. a separation can be achieved by installing a stationary waste press system with a driving device to various containers.
But also the installation of various compression systems for various waste products, as well as the integration of e.g. Glass containers, etc. can be detached as required.
Our area of responsibility also includes the planning and implementation of recycling yards for cities and municipalities, in which the citizen himself directly separates the waste.
Tilting devices are suitable for tipping standard and individual emptying containers. All tipping devices can also be designed as integrated solutions on press containers and stationary presses as well as "independent" machines.
Screw compressors are characterized by their compact design and their high compression result. They are available both as mobile press containers and as stationary presses.
Lifts / lifting systems
Round bale compacting system
The baler combines the advantage of continuous fillability with the efficient collection of waste and garbage directly at the point of origin. The compression takes place directly in a 1400 liter PE film sack, which can be transported with a previously inserted Euro pallet. Low space requirements and high compaction results lead to the greatest cost savings, since expensive and space-consuming large containers can be replaced.
It goes without saying for the PS 1400-E that the high Bergmann quality level of a constructively and technically mature product and the quiet, low-maintenance drive.
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