Now there’s a simple way to discard unwanted steel drums


Many companies face the dilemma of disposing of used and unwanted steel 200L drums.

In many cases these drums must be removed by a waste contractor or scrap metal merchant, which usually involves significant costs, particularly in remote locations.

An effective solution to this problem is now available in Australasia.

Aquasol Products has recently launched the well known drumbeaters range from US, with unique design features and an impressive international track record.

These units range from static and portable drum crushing plants, to plants that clean and crush drums.

Also available are IBC washing units and drum saws for breaking down plastic drums.

A trailer mounted drum crusher can crush drums to 75mm high in about 30 sec.

Aquasol Products
Ph: 1800 365 000

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