Waste Container Drawings
Waste containers are used in just about every city in the world and there are several designs including roll ofrectangular open top containers, self contained compactor units and breakway style containers and compactors. Even though so many of these items have already built they often have to be replaced due to wear and tear.
Roll off containers are frequently overloaded and so have to be built as strong as possible to stand up to being pounded by rock, steel and anything else that can be tossed into a dumpster. Doors, hinges, locks and latches all have to operate easily when the container is fully loaded and not bend making the container impossible to unload.
Operator safety is also extremely important. Handles and levers must be easy to access, they shouldnt require excessive force to operate, even with a fully loaded roll off waste container. There shouldnt be trip hazards due to handles sticking out at knee level or up high at face level where they might cause injury.
Then there is the cost of the container, making containers heavy duty requires thicker steel which costs more. You can get away with using thinner steel in a container if all you are picking up is light waste material but the likelihood is heavy items will get loaded and a light gauge container can easily become damaged to the point where it becomes unsafe. Ultimately a well built container lasts longer, requires fewer repairs and is much safer for your crew to operate.
If you have a lot of waste containers to build AAA Drafting can help you fabrication drawings and biills of material to help control fabrication costs. If you have containers needing repair or improvement Liberty Fabricating can do the rework or even supply you with brand new containers ready for years of dependable use.