PAIL AND FILTER CRUSHER
Easily Crush or Compact Pails, Buckets and Filters
Pail & Filter Crusher / Compactor - Specifications
44" H x 22 W" x 21" D
Air Requirements Minimum 85 psi - Maximum 115 psi - 9 cfm @ 100 psi
Air Piston, 3 bellow
13,000 lbs @ 100 psi
Pail Capacity Pails or buckets up to 15" in height and up to 12" in diameter. Filter Capacity Filters up to 15" in height and up to 9" in diameter. Construction All welded structural steel and components that are industrial grade Total Cycle Time Two Minutes for the containers 15" in height Easy to Use Just place the container in the chamber and close the door. Automatically retracts after each compaction cycle Safe Unit will not operate unless door is closed and will stop if door is opened Liquid Disposal The bottom area is recessed with drain outlet and hose Weight Approximately 300 lbs with Floor stand - Shipped Common Carrier
MAIN BENEFITS & FEATURES OF THE PAIL CRUSHER & FILTER CRUSHER Safety - Unit cannot operate unless door is shut and will automatically stop when door is opened Easy to Use - As simple as opening the door Minimal Air Compressor requirements Can easily handle liquids Gallon cans are crushed in less than 30 seconds 5 Gallon Pails are crushed in approximately 1 minute Crushes automotive oil filters and light truck oil filters Greatly reduces the cost of disposal by as much as 75% versus non-crushed pails & filters Paybacks can be very quick for businesses that discard larger volumes of pails and buckets
Note: Specifications, Dimensions & other product details may vary slightly upon delivery due to continuous product progressions and improvement. If exactness is required on any item(s), confirm in writing before ordering. In our efforts to provide products with the most up to date engineering and design, we reserve the right to change specifications, dimensions and other product details without notice.
Performance may vary depending upon application.
Products must be installed and operated according to required standards, codes, regulations and safety procedures.
Note: Dimensions may be rounded (and unless indicated) do not include any recommended 'perimeter buffer'.