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History of Waste Disposal Trucks :: K-PAC

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K-PAC Equipment is a division of the Krause Corporation formed in 1987. It manufactures container handling equipment and Hookloaders, Hoists and Cable lifts.
 
 
KPCC and KPCCR
 
 
The K-PAC KPCC and KPCCR container hoists act like a fork lift. Two forks are attached to the jib and are lowerd by two hydraulic cylinders. The main hydraulic cylinders then lower the whole jib. The truck is reversed sliding the forks under the container like a fork lift. The jib is then lifted while the forks are kept level using the forks hydraulic cylinders.
 
The container is left hanging from the rear of the truck much like the Dempster brothers Dempster Dumpster system.
 
 
 
 

 
 
KP710 (Hookloader)
 
 
The KP710 is a small hookloader. With 5 inch Hydraulic cylinders it is said to be the strongest and fastest 10 ton hookloader available.
 
It has a 50 degree tipping angle to allow for a fast discharge of refuse.
 
 

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