TANA Landfill Compactor Models
The most productive waste compactor on the market
Tana is the first brand to come up with a waste compactor specially built for the landfill market. The current TANA H-series is the result of long-term product development and proven solutions that offer excellent user benefits. The compactors are equipped with unique features that set them apart from other compactors on the market.
The rigid frame provides optimum crushing force. This is why the TANA compactor is built around a rigid articulated frame which allows a crushing force of up to 100% on a single barrel drum compared to a four-wheel oscillating vehicle of similar weight.
The unique TANA design with its twin drums, rigid frame and crushing teeth stands for proven durable solutions. This design provides maximized up time of the machine.
With fewer passes, simplified maintenance, good drivability, and easier machine management and controls, the TANA H & E Series compactors are able to handle waste on landfill sites in a cost-efficient way, providing better compaction and waste treatment capacity with lower operating costs.
Double drum wheels: Fewer passes through, regular and dense surfaces
Rigid frame: Better compaction capacity
Sheepfeet: Optimization of their size, shape and number for a better spreading and a more efficient compaction of the waste.
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TANA Control System (TCS)
All TANA H & E Series compactors are equipped with TANA Control System (TCS), which monitors and controls all machine functions. The settings can be altered and monitored through an LCD panel located in the operator's cabin.
The TCS has a user-friendly interface with a simple operating menu and a four-color display. The monitoring system of the TCS gives the operator all necessary tools to determine machine faults and prevent any damage being caused to the machine.
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TANA Under the Hood / Compactor 1:10
Rigid frame design provides multiple advantages: maximum crushing force, excellent traction, minimized cabin swing, maximum compaction.