RWM Drum Press | Riverside Waste Machinery

RWM Drum Press

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    About machine

    This compact drum press may be a neat waste handling solution, suitable for indoor or outdoor use. But packed into this tidy hydraulic equipment is a 24 tonne compaction force that can crush light steel drums or rolling hoop barrels of up to 205 litres. Designed to revolutionise your approach to waste handling, this drum press even collects residual fluids discharged during compaction. The 30 litre collection tank can simply be drained through an integral tap, when full. This technology has been engineered to reduce organisations’ waste management costs and storage constraints. Suitable for businesses of all types and sizes, the drum press is available to purchase or rent, ensuring an affordable waste machinery solution whatever your cash flow or capital availability.

    Did you know..?

    The drum press can also be modified to crush materials such as plastic pales, within a 205l drum or barrel – perfect for when waste collections are charged according to volume, not weight! Find out more…

    PLUS: Talk to us about our multi-head press accessory, ideal for clients wanting to alternate between pressing materials inside a drum and crushing the drums themselves.


    • Press Force – 24 Tonnes
    • Cycle Time – 40 seconds
    • Noise Level – 75 decibels
    • Machine weight – 690 kg
    • Power Supply 32 amp 3 phase 11kW-400V-50Hz
    • Overall Dimensions (H x W x D) – 2463 x 1140 x 1000mm
    • Optional Transportation Height – 1800mm
    • Compaction Ratio – 10:1

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    “Riverside’s price was very reasonable, and the robustness of the company’s products and customer service came highly recommended.” Mike Smith, Owner, Mida Sign Services

    Our Aftersales Care

    A number of organisations – especially those making the first step to improve their waste handling capabilities – are a little apprehensive about what happens after their investment in a waste baler. What if their plant manager gets a new job and there’s a knowledge gap? What if they make a mistake and a small repair is needed? These worries are perhaps natural, but there’s really nothing to panic about.

    Firstly, our waste balers are incredibly easy to use, but secondly, our baling engineers will be with you every step of the way, long after the initial procurement. Providing training, service and maintenance expertise, spare parts or simply a waste handling review, we’ll help you maximise the return from your investment, for years to come.

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