How does a mobile compactor work?
- Fill your waste into the feeding opening.
- A pendulum pressing plate compacts your waste material.
- Full signal is shown when the compactor is full.
- Your waste collector picks up the entire unit.
- The empty mobile compactor is returned to its place.
Models in this range
BRA-IN Control Unit provides optimal use
All new machines come standard with BRA-IN control and communication unit. It ensures you minimal downtime and makes the best use of your compactor's capacity. This is done with the lowest possible energy consumption. You can set up for automatic pick-ups depending on fill levels and service remote support, and at the same time you get access to our 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 outside compactor directly from inside
Dispose your waste and recyclable materials directly into your compactor with a wall hopper. You don’t have to walk outside the building.
Integrate a bin tipping system to your compactor
Empty almost any type of bin or waste container directly into your waste compactor with a portable or integrated tipping system. Flexible for most bin sizes.
Ensure perfect container positioning with guiding rails
Use guiding rails to make sure that the container is positioned precisely on the press unit after emptying and reduce risk of malfunction.
Weighing system controls compactor use and loading
Ensure correct billing per user if different people use your compactor. With a weighing system, all waste is weighed and registered for individual billing.
Add ozone to minimize compactor odour and bacteria
Control obnoxious gasses and bacterial growth in your compactor with an ozone generator. The environmentally friendly system oxidizes all types of organic compounds in the compactor.
Who uses our mobile compactors?
Many types of customers use our mobile compactors for waste handling:
Questions asked about mobile compactors
There is no simple answer to this question. Compactors are designed to handle large amounts of waste, but there might be other reasons to choose a compactor solution as well.
When we make an evaluation for you to determine your need for a compactor we consider the size of your company, your internal work structures and processes, waste handling procedures, your work flow, the time you spend handling waste, and your current solution.
All these data help us determine the best solution for you to save time and money on your waste handling.