The Bergmann 1100E compacts waste by a ratio of 6:1 in a standard 1100 litre wheelie bin. The 1100E can also compact in standard 660 and 770 litre bins. That's six wheelie bins compacted into just one, saving you a fortune in collection costs.

It's the ideal waste compaction solution for:

  • organisations with a small area for waste management (like hotels and shops)
  • no room for multiple bins (city centre areas for example)
  • reducing the number of wheelie bins that need to be emptied
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How The Bergmann
1100E Works

A new bin is placed in the machine; waste is loaded through the chute door; the rotary drum breaks up and compacts the waste into the bin. When the bin is full the full light comes on. A new bin can then be placed in the machine.

The Bergmann 1100E is much safer than the bin presses which have a flat plate which presses down into the bin. Even on a two-handed operation, bin presses have potentially dangerous trap zones and will only produce a 2:1 compaction ratio.

Bergmann-1100-E-features

Bergmann 1100-E: Left: rotary drum breaks up and compacts the waste into the drum; Middle: easy-to-use controls; Right: bin-locking mechanism which secures the bin in place on the DIN pin (trunion) for compacting.

Specification

  • Compaction ratio: 6:1
  • Bins accepable: 660L, 770L and 1100L
  • Power requirement: 16A, 3 phase, 415V, 50Hz, 5 pin CEE socket
  • Machine dimensions: WxDxH: 1450mm x 1727mm x 2580mm
  • Noise level: 59 dB
  • Machine weight: 900kg
  • Optional accessories: chute door interlock, insectocutor, operating beacon

Typical Customers

  • Hotels (general and DMR - dry mixed recycling)
  • Office blocks and facilities management with small waste management areas
  • Apartment blocks (chute fed from waste disposal systems)
  • Any site with multiple bins wanting to reduce the number of bins and the disposal costs

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