55-gallon steel drums to
approximately 6” high and resets automatically to crush another drum.
Full cycle time is 25 seconds (crush and retract).
This unit is designed for a duty cycle that will allow for crushing or
compacting up to 250 drums per week in a typical non-hazardous, indoor
room-temperature environment when operated on a three-phase power
supply. 38,000 pounds of crushing force. The included
drum compacting feature allows you to compact contents inside the drum
by simply removing the drum crushing platen. Crushing feature will work
with any drum size up to 55-gallons. Compacting feature will only work
with 55-gallon drums. This convenient design gives you two pieces of
equipment in one. Safety features include a pressure relief valve, which
prevents overload, and a double door latch to secure the door when
crushing. Plus an interlock system that will prevent the
motor from running unless the door is closed. 6.5 hp motor is 460V,
3-phase, 60 hz. Meets OSHA 1910.212 and ANSI Z245.5 standards. Built-in fork pockets aid
in transporting. Aluminum Drip Pan, model HDC-DPN, is available for
catching any excess liquid that may be expelled during the crushing
operation. The pan holds 5 gallons and measures 29-5/8"W x 20-1/4"L x
Crating is recommended for international shipments, contact factory.
Mobile Gasoline Powered Drum Crusher
Take the Drum Crusher to where the drums are! Save time
and trips by transporting drums that are already crushed. Features an 18
HP 4 stroke Briggs & Stratton gasoline engine. Hydraulic reservoir holds
up to 30 gallons of hydraulic oil. Power tilt and integral trailer with
tail and brake lights is included. Exterior tension mounted twin
cylinders eliminate rod buckling and damage.
Crusher/Compactor (standard 3 PH cycle time is 25 seconds)
Cycle package drum crusher
Drum Crusher/Compactor Options
Drip Pan (measures 29-5/8"Wx20-1/4"Lx2-1/4"H)(holds 5 Gal.)
phase, 3 HP power unit (option for HDC-905-IDC) (Requires 50 Amp
wiring and 40 Amp Breaker) Cycle time increases to approx. 70 seconds