CP250

The CP250 EPS polystyrene compactor will process 4.5 to 10 cubic metres of loose polystyrene per hour.

It features the unique cooling jacket and high impact pre-crush which breaks up large pieces of EPS automatically before compacting them into blocks in the output channel.

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BDL CP250 Medium Volume EPS Polystyrene Compactor: throughput 45kg to 100kg per hour (4.5 cubic metres to 10 cubic metres of loose EPS)

Medium Volume
CP250 EPS Compactor

Specifications

  • Capacity: 4.5 to 10 m³ per hour of loose polystyrene
  • Dimensions of feed aperture: 700mm (W) x 600mm (D)
  • Overall dimensions: 3665mm (W) x 600mm (D) x 1850mm (H) - Hopper depth: 1000mm
  • Loading height: 1700mm
  • Block size: 250mm x 250mm x variable length
  • Power required: 32A 3-phase with a 5-pin (red) plug with neutral and earth
  • Motor: 5.7kW
  • Pressure control: automatic

Accessories and features

  • Unique Cooling Jacket: this is a unique feature not seen on other models. The CP250 is a cold compaction compactor so no heat is applied but high pressures increase the temperature in the output channel. The cooling jacket keeps the temperature regulated, reducing the likelihood of material meltdowns and enabling the machine to work longer hours when other models need to be turned off for several hours to cool down.
  • Pre-crush in the hopper: the high impact pre-crush in the hopper breaks up any pieces which can fit in the hopper so no manual breaking up of material before loading is required.
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CP250 EPS compactor: Left: 250mm x 250mm block of compacted polystyrene; Right: unique cooling jacket which cools the compacting section of the output channel.

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