How does a Stationary Auger SPN Compactor work?

  1. Using the feed opening, toss waste into the unit.
  2. The screw compacts your waste and moves it to the container.
  3. A notification will alert you when the compactor is full.
  4. The container unit can be picked up by your waste company.
  5. The empty container is returned to its place.

Models in this range


Length ex. container: 59.5 in
Rated torque: 7004 - 9550 Nm
Motor power rating: 20 HP

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The SPN stationary auger compactor is safe and easy to operate

Our equipment has the highest level of safety
Don't settle with less!

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Save money - update old equipment with new technology

With a BRA-IN™ Link from Bramidan you can access your equipment, new and old. This means major savings in service and transport. Please note that this requires an annual subscription with a SIM card, which is purchased separately or included in your service package.

  • stopGPS localization, incl. battery backup.
  • stopAutomatic pickup based on fill rate.
  • stopMachine failure / service warning via email notifications.
  • stopDifferentiated full message depending on the day of the week.
  • stopIntelligent full-light control ensures optimal filling.

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Optional Add-Ons

A compactor chute makes work flow more efficiently

Increase efficiency in your workplace by disposing of waste directly at the source. Simply toss it through the chute that feeds straight into to the outside compactor.

Automatic tipping system for easy disposal

Quickly empty your waste directly into the compactor with an automatic tipping system. A unique design allows waste containers of various sizes to be easily tipped.

Quick and precise placement with guide rails

Container is centered on press unit every time due to guiding rails.

Decrease waste costs while optimizing work flow

A Bramidan cardboard crusher add-on optimizes waste flow by increasing the auger's capacity per hour. Cardboard boxes of various sizes can be shredded, allowing them to be compacted more easily. At the same time, you will save on overall waste costs due to the decreased weight of your container.

Buy or rent?

  1. Buy - you own it.
  2. Lease to own (financing) – you own it.
  3. Rent – we own it, but service is included.

Whether we own or you own, we can always customize a PM program for your needs.

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Service & maintenance

Get a customized service and maintenance plan with
your Bramidan baler.

We recommend you get a customized service plan for your baler – it will prolong the life expectancy of your machine significantly.  We offer nationwide service and build the right plan for your needs.

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What types of customers use our Static Auger Compactors?

Many different customers use our mobile compactors for waste handling:

Kvindelig ansat fylder chipsposer på hylderne i supermarked

Retail Stores

Ansat bære kasser med køkkenmaskiner mellem hylder

Webshop - Own distribution

Papkasser stablet på hylder i lagerhal

Distribution & Warehouse

Papkasser på rullebånd med emballage komprimator i baggrunden

Industry & Manufacturing

Folk står i kø for at bestille mad i fastfood restaurant

Fast Food Chains

Mand læsser papkasser af trailer over i komprimator

Recycling Stations

Stor gul truck løfter papballe

Waste Handling Companies

Børn sidder ved skoleborde og skriver

Public Sector

Answers to your questions about these compactors

Whether you need a static compactor or a mobile compactor depends on a number of factors. What you need to consider is how much waste you have, what kind of waste material you have, your internal work processes, how much space you have for a compactor solution, and if the solution should be integrated in an existing facility.

Before installing your static or screw compactors you need to prepare some structural or site adaptions.

The compactor must be installed on a solid, leveled ground. The press unit must be properly installed by being bolted to the ground, which must be concrete or pavement, or by being bolted to the building.

You also need to lay out guiding rails in the floor to make sure the container unit is positioned correctly on the press unit. Finally, you need to make sure that you have the correct electrical connection in place.

Our experienced team of consultants can help you clarify what you need to take into account and what you need to prepare to get the best start with your compactor.

A screw or auger compactor consists of a large, continuously rotating auger, which is situated between the feeder, or waste collector, and the container. When solid waste is fed into the collector, the screw crushes the material and pulls it into the container.

Questions? We're here to help.

Kristian Buur

Head of Sales, North America

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