The largest in our range of stationary compactors, the TP4500 can be used in conjunction with bins or transfer trailers. Designed for high-throughput transfer stations and MRFs, the massive feeding apertures of this compactor will accept the bulkiest waste materials.

Features

  • High compaction force optimising transport payloads
  • Suitable for a range of waste material
  • Easy & safe to operate
  • Robust design & build - engineered for long life and optimum performance
  • Hour meter, full signal & 80% full signal included
  • Guide rails & container coupling included
  • Bin-away switch

Optional Extras

  • Custom feed hopper
  • Wall chutes
  • Infeed conveyor
  • Material pre-shredder
  • Bin tipper for in-feed

Common Applications

Technical Specifications

Dimensions
Width2205mm
Length8900mm
Weight18T
Feed Opening2000 x 3000
Swept Volume12 m3
Performance
Power Supply415V 3-phase
Motor22-75kW
Cycle Time30-100 secs
Compaction Force60T

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The largest in our range of stationary compactors, the TP4500 can be used in conjunction with bins or transfer trailers. Designed for high-throughput transfer stations and MRFs, the massive feeding apertures of this compactor will accept the bulkiest waste materials.

TP4500

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