Gradeall Static Compactors, sometimes referred to as stationary or fixed compactors, come in two distinct parts: the compactor chassis which is installed and bolted down to the ground, and the container bin which is firmly clamped onto the chassis by means of side mounted rigging screw clamps, and which can be removed for easy material disposal.
The chassis contains a hydraulically powered sliding head, which pushes and compresses the waste material into the container bin.
Static Compactors are suitable for the compaction of cardboard, small items of furniture, mixed general waste, green waste and general municipal civic amenity site waste. In addition, they have many different potential applications and uses within various industry types. Our years of experience in this sector allows our sales team to accurately specify the best machine specification for your needs, to arrange a site visit and discuss requirements contact us.
How does a static compactor work?
This short video below gives an overview of how a typical static compactor operates:
Benefits of a Static Compactor:
- Reduced cost of waste handling
- Increased payload of waste leaving site
- Reduce truck movement on site
- Reduced carbon footprint
- Machines for both low and high waste volumes
- Cleaner and more efficient waste management
- Wide range of customisation options available to suit application
Static compactor options
Our static compactor range has been designed to allow additional bolt on material feed to be fitted to suit specific requirements.
- Bin lifts with safety cages
- Sliding door manual load hoppers
- Deck loading options for amenity sites
- Tipping skip hoppers
- Chute and conveyor feed systems
What static compactor is most suitable
With a wide range of static compactor chassis, and a huge range of optional hoppers available we can understand how it may be daunting to select the right machine for your requirements. Our experienced sales team are happy to visit your site to conduct a site evaluation and suggest the most suitable package. With an in-house design department, we can produce site layout drawings and high-quality renderings to visualise the equipment in place on your site. If you feel you would like help in selecting the most suitable compactor please get in touch.