Bergmann Direct Ltd are leading providers of heavy duty traversing static compactors for use on local authority Household Waste Recycling Centres.

These traversing compactors are bespoke for each site but are based around standard models depending on the site operational requirements, how the public need to load them, say from a dock or from the ground and the types of waste which will be fed into them, typically cardboard and general waste.

These compactors are usually purchased via a tender. If you would like us to participate, please contact us below with your specification.

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BDL1514E Traversing Static Compactor with Derry Council in Northern Ireland. Uses catenary power system (cable winder is an option)

Traversing Compactor
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BDL1514T Traversing Compactor in use at Fife Council

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BDL1514T dock-loaded Traversing Compactor in use at Glasgow City Council

Traversing Compactor Features

  • Hoppers and doors: Hand-loaded, platform-loaded, interlocked solid or mesh doors, sliding doors, additional width or height.
  • Loading aperture: Additional width, depth or length, for example to accommodate bulky items such as furniture.
  • Pressure: Additional pressure for more power and higher tonnages.
  • Dimensions: We can alter dimensions, within certain limits to fit into the space you have available.
  • Power supply type: Hardwired, plug and socket, catenary and cable winding systems (for traversing compactors).
  • Cycle time: Faster cycle times

Other Optional Features

  • Access steps
  • Locked control panels
  • Additional e-stops
  • Epoxy paint
  • Pre-crush: For wood waste and other bulky materials to obtain maximum tonnages

To enquire about our traversing compactors, call or fill out our contact form and one of the team will be in touch shortly.


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