Choosing container model

The forklift's maximum fork distance (C) and type of waste decides what your biggest possible choice of container is. Maximum fork width (A) and height (B) is 150 x 50 mm. Contact us if your forklift's forks are bigger.

 

It's important to make sure that the forklift:

- has a big enough maximum fork distancefor the container chosen.

- doesn't have a bigger maximum fork distance than stated for the chosen model.

When the container is filled fully by solid waste the bottom hatches need to be opened fully. This means as much as the inside width of the container. This is the recommended alternative in most cases. In this case your forklift needs to support the fork spread (C) value in the "Fully open bottom mm." column as shown on the product page.

 

If the waste in the container is made up by smaller pieces of material the bottom hatches only need to be opened 80% of the containers inside width. In this case your forklift needs to support 80% of the fork spread (C) value in the "Fully open bottom mm." column as shown on the product page.

 

If the waste in the container is made up by grainy material the bottom hatches only need to be opened 60% of the containers inside width. In this case your forklift needs to support 60% of the fork spread (C) value in the "Fully open bottom mm." column as shown on the product page.