Highlights and product features
Static compaction – maximum container capacity
In static compactors, the press unit and the container are installed as separate units. Only the container is picked up for emptying. Container capacity is approx. 50% larger compared to a mobile compactor solution.
Solutions for every need
Our two small models, RHD & SAN, are suitable for large amounts of waste, but their compact design mean that they require very little space. Loading options can be adjusted to individual needs.
SHD-RHD-SAN - Static compactors for many waste types:
How does a stationary compactor work?
- Fill your waste into the opening.
- A horizontal press plate compacts your waste material.
- You are notified when the compactor is full.
- Your waste collector picks up the container unit.
- The empty container is returned to its place.
Models in this range
Advanced Control Unit ensures optimal operation
Our software minimizes downtime and optimal filling with lowest possible energy use. Integrated modem enables automated pick-up, remote trouble-shooting and access to BRA-IN web-portal.
Less Power Consumption
More Waste per Load
*All numbers are based on actual cases, own conditions apply and SIM subscription required
Feed your compactor through a chute
Make your work more efficient by loading waste through a chute that feeds from the inside of the building to the outside compactor.
Empty your bins directly into your compactor
Integrate an automatic tipping system for fast and secure bin emptying. Due to the special design, bins and waste containers with different dimensions can be tipped easily.
Make your container easy to pick up and return
Add guiding rails in the floor for easy and repeated placing of your container to your compactor/press unit. They help the container slide into place.
Pre-compaction plates increase density inside your container
Two-step compaction. The plate pre-compacts the material before it enters the compactor. This removes air pockets from the material for a denser compaction.
Who uses our static compactors?
Many types of customers use our static compactors for waste handling:
Questions asked about mobile compactors
Before installing your static or screw compactors you need to prepare some structural or site adaptions.
The compactor must be installed on a solid, leveled ground. The press unit must be properly installed by being bolted to the ground, which must be concrete or pavement, or by being bolted to the building.
You also need to lay out guiding rails in the floor to make sure the container unit is positioned correctly on the press unit. Finally, you need to make sure that you have the correct electrical connection in place.
Our experienced team of consultants can help you clarify what you need to take into account and what you need to prepare to get the best start with your compactor.