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Compactor Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial compactor manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source compactor manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These compactor companies can design, engineer and manufacture compactor to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these compactor manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of compactor machines, ground compactors, metal chip compactor.

  • South Holland, IL 800-875-1038

    Since 1962, our company has been the industry leader for engineering and manufacturing powerful, reliable, and durable machinery, including compactors. We are owned and operated by hands on industry professionals. Our reputation for great customer service and dependability carries on from generation to generation of service technicians and equipment buyers worldwide.

  • Jacksonville, FL 800-231-9286

    We realize that no two situations are alike. There are too many variables to make a baler that can work for every recycling situation. We’ve also seen where the limits placed on a business by a "cookie-cutter" application usually cost the business more in the long run. So we listen to your situation and help you to find a solution that meets your budget for better compactors.

  • Salt Lake City, UT 801-565-1033

    Action Compaction specializes in recycling and trash handling equipment We sell and service 2-ram balers, horizontal balers, trash compactors, and conveyors. We also design complete trash/recycling systems. Our large inventory and committed service department allows us to buy, sell, service, rebuild, and repair all makes and models of balers. Contact us today for more detailed information or to inquire about specific products.

  • Quakertown, PA 215-536-0700

    BE Equipment offers more than 35 years experience providing professional installations of a wide range of recycling equipment types and sizes. Our trained installation crews are equipment experts who know what to anticipate during your installation. They arrive at your site equipped with the proper parts, tools and supplies to complete the installation properly and on schedule.

  • Antigo, WI 715-627-2400

    Established in 1997, ACE Equipment Company is a leading manufacturer of quality industrial balers and related equipment. We are always creating new products using state-of-the-art technology and the highest standards. With excellent customer service and competitive pricing, satisfaction is guaranteed. We would love to be your source for all of your solid waste management projects and solutions. Contact us today for further information!

  • Wilsonville, OR 503-682-3633

    SSI Shredding Systems, Inc. serves more than your shredding needs with compactors and other on-site size reduction equipment. Since 1980, SSI has been meeting shredding and compacting needs for your convenience. We have two compactor models to choose from to best suit your company’s needs. View the videos on our website to see our compactors and shredders in action or visit our products page to learn more. We are ready to help, give us a call today!

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Compactors are Going Solar

Compactors for reducing trash and scrap metal and otherrecycling purposes are known for their contribution to the green movement; andnow, with the emergence of solar powered trash compactors, they can be seen asmore green than ever. Most of these solar powered compactors are being usedthroughout business districts, residential areas, transit centers, healthcarefacilities, college and corporate campuses, and city parks and beaches. Theyare roughly the same size as normal city trash cans, but can hold up to fivetimes the amount of trash (between 150 and 180 gallons!). Cities and industriesacross the globe are seeing huge reductions in labor and transportation costs.Cutting down on transportation also contributes to the compactors’ 80%reduction in green house gases.

The receptacles use less than 5 watt hours per day, getting100% of their energy from the sun. Solar energy obtained through photovoltaicpanels is stored in small batteries, which allows the compactors to continue torun both at night and in thick cloud cover. The bins also come with the optionof including sensors and transmitters to send messages informing cities whenthe bins are full. Another benefit is that owners of the bins can selladvertising space on the outside of the bins, one way to shorten an alreadyfast turn around in terms of cost. And having cleaner streets and public arenasmean happier residents and patrons, which means better business.

These small bins are ideal for the public arenas mentionedearlier, but larger versions could be a great way for industrial companies toreach sustainability goals as well. Most industrial waste is processedbeginning with on-site compactors as they save companies thousands of dollarsin transportation and labor, but going solar could increase those savings whilehelping the company to be more environmentally responsible at the same time.

Compactors

Compactors are designed to compress waste materials and scrap products for easier transportation, handling and better space efficiency. Industries such as food processing, manufacturing facilities, retail and consumer businesses and automotive factories all benefit in terms of environmentally and economically from compacting trash. Reducing the bulk volume of trash reduces the money and effort required to dispose of it.

Compactors are similar to industrial balers in that they reduce waste, but are typically used for non-recyclable materials in order to save space in landfills and other trash disposal locations. Compactors tend to be smaller than balers and result in more compact bundles of waste at the end of the process. Specific types of compacters include trash compactors for residential, commercial or industrial purposes, compactors fitted into the back of garbage trucks to conserve space and compactors that are designed for specific materials. Most waste materials such as textiles, food products, containers, metals, plastics and fibrous materials can be processed with compactors, however hazardous materials such as aerosol cans, batteries and chemicals should be disposed with an approved method. Recycling is an important way for manufacturers to reduce the carbon footprint of industrial activity, and compactors remain an integral part of this.

A large chamber, an electric motor, and a pneumatic or hydraulic press are the three main components of a compactor. Industrial compactors can have manual or automated loading functions from a large input area which is able to handle large volumes of waste material. The input area feeds the waste material into the chamber where it is pounded and compacted under great pressure from the press. Using a hydraulic press minimizes the energy lost in the process and reduces the heat produced by the machine. Industrial compactors usually produce bales of compressed materials, while commercial or residential compactors are more likely to use bags or bins to store compressed waste until disposal. The compressed material is then ready for transport to a permanent disposal location, or to a recycling facility to be reused. Factories, hotels, schools, medical centers and manufacturing facilities typically have a compactor on the premises for ease of access and minimal transport costs. While the initial expense of purchasing a compactor may seem high, there are many advantages to using compactors onsite. For example, they help to minimize odor and vermin problems, reduce the frequency of required waste removal, eliminate spillage and leaks from overflowing waste containers and improve standards of housekeeping around a facility.

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Compactor - Himes Service Company Inc.
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