Bins and skips for all occasions: Wastech Engineering

As a leading manufacturer and supplier of waste and recycling equipment, Wastech Engineering prides itself on providing the market with a broad range of products, suitable for a diverse range of industries.

Among its product line-up is a broad array of bins and skips including open top bins and skips, auger bins, mobile garbage bins, compactor bins and ancillary equipment such as bin lifters.

For larger operations producing increased quantities of waste or recyclables, Wastech offers open top skips in varied dimensions, hook heights and rail widths, providing added flexibility to fit customers’ site needs.

Similarly, the company’s compactor bin range can also be manufactured to suit end user requirements, while delivering even greater refuse collection power thanks to the bins’ in-built compactor function.

Wastech’s auger bin range provides a versatile solution suitable for commingled recycling, screened grit, powders and similar waste products. With an in-built levelling screw, the waste is evenly distributed to the rear of the bin ensuring full use of space to maximise payload.

Its complementary range of bin lifters are capable of lifting and tipping bins from 80 litres through to 3000 litres. The capabilities allow Wastech to make it easier, safer and more efficient to dispose of waste and recyclables.

CP Auger Screen

Wastech Engineering has realised its newest screening technology from its partner – the CP Group – the CP Auger Screen.

The anti-wrapping, non-blinding screen was developed specifically for material recovery facilities.

The trademark CP Auger Screen sizes material by using a series of cantilevered augers that do not wrap or jam due to their corkscrewing motion, making it highly low maintenance.

Any material that could wrap, such as hoses or plastic film, are released off the end of the auger.

Its low-wear augers are made from abrasion-resistant steel, making them durable while requiring little to no maintenance.

The CP Auger Screen can be used in various recycling applications, including municipal solid, commingled, construction and demolition and commercial and industrial wastes. The largest model can handle 32 tonnes per hour of inbound single stream material, 54 tonnes per hour of commercial and 73 tonnes per hour for construction and demolition material.

The machine is unique compared to traditional disc screens as the auger rotors act like a corkscrew, conveying any stringy materials over the side. The cantilevered augers convey large flat materials over, while fines and flexible fibre go through to under the machine and the remainder goes to the side.

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