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Emptying waste has never been easier

10-05-2011
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Safety and ergonomic specialist, Actisafe, now offers industry new automation products to safely empty standard sized dumpsters.

Dumpmaster is suitable for most industrial businesses, warehouses, government offices and depots, service stations, fast food restaurants, clubs and pubs, schools and TAFEs.

In fact the Dumpmaster is a strain free solution for any situation where there is an OH&S imperative to safely handle dumpsters (often referred to as Otto bins).

As a distributor of Dumpmaster, Actisafe says the most suitable situations for the product is where there are a lot of bins in use and frequent labour input could lead to an injury.

Dumpmaster eliminates back strain and uses a simple, three-step system:

  • The bin is parked in the Dumpmaster
  • The safety gate on Dumpmaster is closed
  • The start button is pressed

Dumpmaster is especially suitable in situations where the business doesn’t have a forklift to lift bins and manual methods would be the only option.

In licensed clubs and pubs for instance, where used bottles are sorted and placed in bins according to the color of the glass, the task of regularly emptying this stock into larger bins is almost exclusively performed manually.

In government department buildings, where paper and cardboard is collected for recycling en masse, Dumpmaster is a safe solution.

In manufacturing where metal offcuts are put in bins, the mass can be quite heavy and a danger for one or more people to lift (and probably illegal).

Dumpmaster is available in configurations to suit the handling of 120L, 240L and 660L bins.

It can function on mains electricity (single or three-phase), pneumatic power, or rechargeable battery.

Actisafe
Ph: 1300 852 397
www.actisafe.com.au

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