Meese Orbitron Dunne Introduces Rugged Bulk Forklift Containers

Meese Orbitron Dunne Introduces Rugged Bulk Forklift Containers

Containers designed to handle concrete, metal debris.

June 2, 2011
CDR Staff
Equipment & Products

Rugged, ship shape bulk forklift containers from recycling product manufacturer Meese Orbitron Dunne Co. (MOD), Ashtabula, Ohio are rotationally molded in a single piece from 100 percent high density polyethylene (HDPE) with sturdy corners, consistent wall thicknesses and rigidity to accommodate up to 700 pounds of concrete debris, metal, rebar, splintered wood and other construction and demolition (C&D) materials without cracking, puncturing or collapsing.

The durable containers are effective for recycling and construction and demolition companies. The containers enable large volumes of C&D materials to be accumulated, picked up by forklift and dumped into a roll-off container or transferred to a trailer for reduced manual handling of debris with added speed, efficiency and safety. To promote maximum recovery and recycling, the reusable plastic containers are available in a choice of colors to aid on-site material sorting. A single type of material may be placed in each container, identified by its color.

The MOD Ship Shape forklift containers are available in several sizes and capacities ranging from 32 to 44 cubic feet on standard footprints with either four-way or two-way designed-in, palletless lift access. Tilt dumpers, fork safety tubes, casters, secure covers and custom colors are among the variety of optional accessories available.

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