The Bergmann Static Roll Packer (RP7700) - sometimes called the Jumbo Roll Packer - gives unrivalled compaction in open containers, of wood and other bulky waste, increasing weights in open containers from around 2 tonnes to 10 tonnes. This reduces the transport element of waste disposal costs by 80%.
The Static Roll Packer, or rollpacker from Bergmann Direct, was first designed by Heinz Bergmann over 30 years ago, is still the leading product of its type on the market. It compacts waste into 35 yd³ and up to 50 yd³ open containers, with compaction ratios between 3:1 and 7:1 depending on the type of waste.
Take this example, where a typical 35 yard container will contain 2 tonnes of wood waste costing £150 transport and about £50 a tonne disposal. Collected twice a week the annual cost is £26,000.
If you started to use a static roll packer, you would be producing containers averaging 8 tonnes per collection reducing the annual cost to just £13,520. That's a saving of over £12,480 a year.
This short 4 minute video will show you the Bergmann Static Roll Packer in action:
Aggressive drum breaks up and compacts the waste to maximise tonnages. The spiked drum which weighs 1.5 tonnes breaks down the waste to make full use of the space in the container so you are not paying to transport air. Different drums are available depending on the waste to be compacted. The roll packer is able to deal with almost every type of bulky waste, from wood to washing machines. There is a variable cycle time option so you can let the machine do all the work while you are off working on something else.
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