IBC 1100/660 (IN BIN COMPACTOR)
The LFA IBC is our largest in bin compactor. It crushes directly into your 1100Ltr wheelie bin maximising the amount of waste you can get in your bin by up to 3:1 due to its 4 tonne force.
It is suitable for both wet and dry waste and has a two hand operation to compact the waste making it safe to use. You can use the machine on all of your 1100Ltr wheelie bins as you push your bins on top of the compactor floor. The compactor floor raises when you compact which picks the bin up from the belly of the bin preventing the wheels to break.
An optional compacting plate is available which means that you can compact your waste into a 660Ltr wheelie bin instead. It is very easy to use and very little training is needed making it safe and simple for all staff to use.
IBC 1100/660 (IN BIN COMPACTOR) Brochure
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Benefits of Compacting
To reduce waste disposal costs
To keep the yard much tidier – no mess or leakage
To gain a rebate of recyclable material
To prevent fly tipping
To have less contractor traffic on site
To be more environmentally friendly
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If you have 660Ltr wheelie bins instead we can attach a different press head to fit your bins. For further customisation, contact us and we will try to meet all requirements.
Typically, the minimum amount of waste per week to gain a cost saving would be:
* 1100ltr wheelie bin(s) – Five DMR (Dry mixed recyclables) or Three GW (General waste)
- Reduces the frequency of daily/weekly waste bin collections
- Base lifting plate ensures bin wheels are not damaged during compaction
- A compaction ratio of 3:1
- Two hand operation makes for a safer working environment
- Adaptor available to compact 660ltr bin
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