Cut costs with an oil filter crusher

oil filter crusher
Reduce your oil filter disposal costs with Global Spill Control’s 8 or 15 tonne crushing force filter crusher.
With a capacity to crush over 100 filters an hour, stockpiles of oil filters can be quickly eliminated.
The GSC Filter Crushers are able to reduce filters by up to 75 percent of their original size, while recovering up to 95 percent of oil. 
Standard features include:
• Safety Lock-out switch to prevent crushing  when door is open 
• An oil drain outlet to allow for easy recovery into a 205L Drum
• 1000L Bulk Container
• Three phase or single phase hydraulic power system
• A container door style locking mechanism. 
All oil filter crushers are Australian Made and built by Global Spill Control at its Melbourne manufacturing plant.
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