We can manufacture static compactors to suit whatever your council’s requirements may be, our range of static compactors from the G60 super short to the Pre-crush compactor can be specified with a variety of different feed arrangements to make material entry as easy as possible.
Our experienced sales team work with councils allows them to audit their waste output currently, and to determine the most suitable solution to achieve waste reduction and recycling targets, ensuring that the machine installed is capable of providing the optimum performance and waste handling ability for your needs.
We have an extensive network of UK service engineers and provide competitive service and maintenance packages on all our machines. Our compactors are fitted with the Intelli-fill remote monitoring system providing advanced warning of any issues, and permitting remote diagnostics. Intelli-fill will also inform waste collection agencies when containers require emptying.
Installed in October 2017, two G120 static waste compactors were built featuring a drive on platform joining the two compactors allowing members of the public to back their vehicles up to the compactors in order to quickly and conveniently deposit green garden waste into the compactors.
Supplied in February 2019 was a G140 static waste compactor fitted with a walk on deck loading hopper extended to suit the specific requirements of the site. Gradeall had previously supplied 8 static waste compactors several years ago for this site.
Gradeall supplied Lisburn and Castlereagh city council with 4 G120 static waste compactors in August 2019, these machines were fitted with walk-on deck loading hoppers featuring handrails and extended walkways to integrate with the existing site layout. Other extras include coded keypad start to prevent unauthorized access.
Powys county council had 4 different sites requiring static waste compactors which gradeall were able to supply equipment for
3 G120 compactors fitted with double-sided open-top hoppers were supplied to Cheltenham city council, as part of an effort to modernise their waste management site.
The council was supplied with 7 G90 static compactors across 5 different sites, all equipped with manual load hoppers and painted with Mercedes silver paint to give the sites a very modern look.
As part of a £750 million redevelopment of a former landfill site, Antrim and Newtownabbey council wanted to install 8 G120 static waste compactors to create a useful waste management and recycling centre. The G120 compactors came fitted with walk-on deck loading platforms.
Machines installed at Portaferry, Kircubbin, Millisle and Newtonards sites.