When to use a precrusher
for heavy duty industrial
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Precrushers are the ultimate
machine. Precrushers are
for industrial compactor
applications that require
fluid recovery and/or
Squeeze the fluids out of
trash for maximum cost
and weight efficiency
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This short video highlights the
benefit of removing fluids as
part of the compaction process.
|Industrial Precrushers are the Ultimate Compaction System for Wet or Dry Materials
Precrushers provide the ultimate
compaction by crushing a load within
the machine before loading and
compacting it again in the container.
This process causes the material to be
broken, condensed, and reformed to
better fit into the container.
SP precrushers achieve forces of up
to 161,000 PSI. What really makes the
difference is the ram face PSI of up to 89.8
at a hydraulic pressure of 2,100 pounds per square
inch. Precrushers are great for operations that require product
destruction, white goods consolidation, or compaction of metal
and wood products.
Every precrusher is designed to withstand the toughest conditions.
Our precrusher designs include a three point Nylatron block
guide system, which evenly distributes pressure on waste material
at full force every time. This absence of fishtailing, bucking, or
buckling increases the life span of the compactor and requires less
maintenance. Also, with SP Industries' equipment you get the best
warranty in the industry because we build every machine to last.
Choose the right precrusher for your application:
Learn more about the features, benefits and capabilities of these
powerful three to nine cubic yard problem solvers by reviewing
the Dry Waste and Wet Waste links below. find all of the technical
data, standard equipment, and optional features available to help
you get the most out of your equipment.
Single Cylinder Precrushers
- 3, 4 or 6 cu.yd. capacity
- Ideal, lower cost solution for lighter duty industrial and transfer station applications
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