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25 ton pressing force
85% rate of compaction
1m² floor space footprint
48 seconds pressing cycle
Electrical overload protection
Run-off drain for excess fluid
The DP250 is a Hydraulic Drum Press, designed with ergonomics and user safety in mind. Not only does it have a relatively small footprint of just over 1m², it features a surrounding spray guard with a large viewing window, allowing users to safely operate the press.
The small size allows for the Drum Press to be installed at the locations where drums are used. This creates a fluid, integrated waste management system from creation to compaction.
The top of the drum press features three venting spikes that pierce holes in the drum during the pressing cycle and the chromed piston compacts container with 25 tons of pressing force.
The full pressing cycle lasts just 48 seconds, meaning that drums and barrels can be continuously loaded and compacted at a steady and regular rate. Compacted drums are a tenth of their original size, and can easily be stacked and stored. Energy saving, quiet 2-stage hydraulics with automatic stop at the end of the cycle
The DP250 boasts chromed piston electrical and hydraulic overload protection, as well as a state of the art control system that ensures safe and simple usage and long lasting protection against damage.
The DP250 Drum Press also features a collection drain, which can be connected to a disposal system, allowing excess fluid to safely run off.
Place a whole drum or barrel vertically into the drum unit. Only one barrel up to 200 litres in size can be pressed in each cycle.
The electronic control system is designed with simplicity in mind. The pressing cycle takes approximately 48 seconds.
All kinds - steel and aluminium barrels, plastic barrels and drums - anything up to 200 litres in size.
No, though they should be empty. The Drum Press features a spray guard to protect users during the pressing cycle and a fluid collection drain will allow any excess fluid pressed out to run off into a disposal system.
The DP250 presses drums and barrels with 25 tons of hydraulic pressing force.
No. The pressing plate features 3 spikes that pierce the barrels during the pressing cycle to allow ventilation. In addition to this, a surrounding spray guard prevents any liquid from spraying at the user.
With a pressing cycle of just 48 seconds, the DP250 Drum Press is an ideal accompaniment to an industry that uses so many barrels.
In addition, the small floorspace footprint (1m²) means that the DP250 can be easily installed into any working environment in order to stream line the waste management process.
Food production facilities use a range of packaging equipment in their production process. Plastic drums, steel barrels and containers up to 200 litres in size can be compacted in the 250 Drum Press.
The small floorspace footprint and spray guard ensure that the DP250 can safely operate in a clean and hygienic environment.
Automotive manufacturers use a large quantity of material from drums and barrels including oil, paint and grease.
A Drum Press 250 with quiet, 2-stage hydraulics and an automated stop function simplifies the compaction and disposal of these containers, thereby minimizing the space used storing waste.
|Capacity||Drums: Up to 200L (ø600)|
|Bale weight||<200 L|
|Pressure||Up to 25 tons|
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