Waste transports over large distances, such as to disposal sites, incinerators or recycling plants, using conventional waste collection vehicles can no longer be justified, for cost reasons. This makes it advisable in most cases to install a transfer station. We manufacture transfer stations for waste transport with roll-off containers, or with special transport vehicles, such as articulated lorries. A container transfer station consists of a high-performance compactor, a moving system for the compacting containers, a transfer hopper, as well as the appropriate number of compacting containers. The net weight of the containers can be determined using scales during or after the compaction process. The compactors can be equipped with various additional functions, such as hydraulic coupling, various sliding plates, light barriers and many more. Our transfer stations are obviously designed in accordance with local statutory regulations, in order to guarantee the maximum possible level of safety for the user. This includes safety functions such as light barriers, entry barriers, visible and audible warning signals and many more.
Werner & Weber transfer stations are adapted to your precise requirements. This calculation is based upon the amount of waste and the period of time available for loading the waste. This is used to produce technical specifications for the transfer compactor, such as the size of the compacting chamber, cycle time of the compacting process, and the compacting force. Our product range includes transfer compactors with a fixed, series design, or we can produce a machine tailored precisely to your specific requirements. However, all Werner & Weber transfer compactors have one thing in common: they are extremely robust and sturdy machines, manufactured from special, highly wear-resistant alloys, and designed for hard, continuous use.