Many tins and cans contain hazardous waste such as oil or paint, the removal of which can be very expensive. The Mil-tek 2101 Can Press will reduce the volume of cans and tins by up to 90%, allowing you to reduce the amount of hazardous waste bins, the number of lifts required and, most importantly, reduce your costs by up to 80%.Containing no electrical parts, the small size, heavy-duty Mil-tek 2101 Can Press is both easy to maintain and easy to clean. It can compress metal, steel, tin, aluminium - almost any form of non-aerosol can up to 30L in size.The 2101 Can Press is powered by compressed air, either directly from an existing air-line or from a compressor supplied by Mil-tek. This means that the Can Press is free of both electrical and hydraulic components, minimizing the risk of fire and completely eliminating the risk of oil contamination.
The University of Mary Washington is a liberal arts and sciences university in Virginia. Their waste management partner Sodexo, opted for a Can Crusher to more easily transport and recycle food cans.
Hörby Paint Shop is an auto paint shop and bodywork shop in Sweden. The 101 Can Press helps to reduce the cost of refuse and eliminates the need to rent a container.
Rosenlunds Vårdcentral is a hospital in central Stockholm. They use a hygienic 101 Can Press to reduce the volume of waste produced.
A Mil-tek technician will guide you through installation, which is done by simply connecting your 2101 Can Press to a compressed air supply. You are now ready to start minimizing.
Place an empty tin upright into the machine. The 2101 Can Press can handle cans, tins and drums up to 30 litres in size.
To activate, simply close the door and ensure the handle is pressed firmly down. This activates the pressing pate, which is released when the handle is lifted again.
All kinds - tins, cans, paint cans, oil drums, all kinds of hazardous and non/hazardous containers except pressurised aerosol cans.
No, the most important thing is that the cans are empty. However, to maximise the lifespan of your machine, we recommend rinsing cans in cold water before crushing.
The machine can stand either indoors or out - most important is that you place the machine so that you sort your waste at source. If you place the machine outside it must be under a roof. Be aware that cold weather conditions can influence the performance of the machine. Your Mil-tek consultant will help analysing the best place to install the machine.
As they are air-powered (pneumatic) rather than hydraulic, Mil-tek balers are extremely quiet (<70 dB). If you have an existing air-line you simply plug the machine and then your existing compressor acts as the engine. If you need to have a compressor installed, a Mil-tek technician will ensure that the compressor is placed at a distance from the machine and then install an air-hose between the compressor and the machine.
Many food products are packaged in metal tins and cans that, once empty, take up valuable space in bins. Using a Mil-tek 2101 Can Press to compact the used cans will reduce volume by 90%.
The Mil-tek 2101 Can Press is air-powered meaning that not only is it quiet, there is also no risk of oil contamination. These two key factors mean that it can safely be placed in a hygienic environment where food is prepared.
Empty paint and oil cans are full of air and take up unnecessary space in bins. A Mil-tek 2101 Can Press will reduce the volume of empty cans by 90% and can run from an existing air-line or a supplied compressor, reducing running costs and improving energy consumption.
The high-quality enamel finish also ensures the can press is not affected by hazardous liquid like paint or car oil.
The air powered Mil-tek 2101 Can Press is the ideal solution for compressing cans and metal food containers in the Hospital environment. The Mil-tek 2101 Can Press is air-powered meaning that not only is it quiet, there is also no risk of oil contamination. These two key factors mean that it can safely be placed in a hygienic environment where food is prepared.
|Capacity||Cans: <30 L.|
|Degree of Compression||85-90%|
|Noise level||<70 dB (A)|
|Pressure||2250 kg at 8 bar|