HOPKINS, MI – SP Industries Stationary Self-Contained Compactors and Transfer Stations Design Guide offers information and specifications about all SP Industry’s Stationary Compactor Models in one convenient place. The guide reviews compactor types and functions, construction design and materials, and information on how to size the compactor to an application’s capacity requirements. There are a wide variety of user-selected standard and optional features detailed in the Design Guide.
This guide helps customers review critical compactor design, construction and component functions to help identify the right solution. Determining the best combination of standard and optional features to match specific design and application needs allows SP Industries to ensure its equipment meets customer performance and budget expectations.
Filled with photos and helpful illustrations, the Design Guide provides a step-by-step guide for determining requirements such as compactor type and size and compares compactors side by side. Details of standard and optional structural features that promote maximum configurability are laid out clearly in the Guide.
For heavy duty industrial, commercial and precrusher applications, SP Industries designs and manufactures custom tailored units for specific applications.
ABOUT SP INDUSTRIES
SP Industries was established as a manufacturing facility in 1957, initially operating as Quality Steel Fabrication. As the name implies, the company specialized in custom fabrication, working with such companies as Caterpillar Tractor, GMC, Excello Corp. and Lockheed Manufacturing, among many others. The company also built compactor rams and frames for Spartan Waste-Pac, the original designer, patentee and manufacturer of refuse reduction equipment. After several changes in ownership, the key long-term employees created a new company, SP Industries Inc., that has maintained its position as the leading waste handling equipment manufacturer in the world. The company specializes in waste handling compaction and dumper systems tailored to the specific requirements of diverse industral and commercial applications.