Rotating containers


Recently, a major problem is the handling of waste. Workers carry waste to aggregate containers and thus lose precious time or even interrupt the work process. When using rotating containers you can significantly save time in the following manner:

1. Worker needs to put in the waste that constantly forms in a rotating container of 1.1 m³
2. After filling of the container, it gives signal to the forklift driver that it needs emptying
3. Forklift driver empties the rotating container into another rotating container of 7-10 m³ or into press containers

In this way, one worker manipulates the waste from different points. Saving is especially emphasized when there are more than five points and then the acquisition of rotating container is profitable.

Spent time:

5 workers x 10 minutes (carrying trolley, loading …) x 4 = 200 minutes-3 hours

3 h x 5 = 15 € / day, which is around € 400 per month

Types of rotating containers

1. For the dry paper, cardboard, textiles … (materials with specific weight up to 600 kg / m³)
Constructed of thin tubes
Tin of 0,8mm hitched with steel pop nails
Protected with industrial quick drying paint (45 + 45 microns)

2. For the grain products / cereals (specific weight up to 900 kg / m³)
Structures strengthened with thick wall pipes
Tin of 1-1,5mm hitched with staples (sporadically welded)
Protection with industrial quick drying paint (45 + 45 microns)

3. For the moist grain products and bulk materials (materials with specific weight up to 1500kg / m³)
Reinforced construction with pipes with fin-coated tin
Tin of 2 to 2,5 mm hitched with airtight welds
Protected with alkyd, chlorine rubber, episodic-polyurethane at the customer’s request
Production technology and corrosion protection for all fine hardware products
Cutting of the elements
Cutting with a band saw for a perfect fitting of the elements
Cutting with plasma for specific and complex cuts


Welding of the steel elements using the MIG-MAG process with quality wire (gases: CO2, Argon, Korong)

– Argon welding of the aluminum elements using the TIG method. TIG method is indispensable when brewage remains aesthetic detail (when it is not polished). When it comes to supporting aluminum elements, it is particularly difficult to perform quality brewage that can meet all the criteria estimated by EN.

Anti – corrosion Protection

The most important part of the technology that affects the durability of the steel elements is the anti-corrosion protection. Quality of the ACP (anti – corrosion protection) is the principle that takes a lot of time to be adopted in a company. This means that only the craftsmen with significant experience in quality can RESPONSIBLY carry out the protection of steel.

You’ve probably all seen the rusty balconies, or fences where it is clear that they are not old, but it is just that the rust penetrated everywhere.

You shouldn’t ever accept any kind of steel product without a clearly defined anti-corrosion protection. Local locksmiths will just do a little wipe of your protective grid, remove, where needed, the thicker rust with a manual brush, put on prime base and finish it with a paint in a thin layer and install it with the poor treatment of the scarf welding.

How we prepare steel for corrosion protection:

If it is about hot-rolled sections, it is necessary to clean or remove rust with a rotating brushes and belt grits

If it is about pipes, it is necessary to degrease with industrial degreasers which are matched to the type of paint that is later used for painting