Modroto tilt trucks are now made with HDPE

Modroto tilt trucks are now made with HDPE

The high-density polyethylene plastic is designed to safely bounce back from sharp blows and heavy loads without cracking or distorting.

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June 13, 2017
Recycling Today Staff
Commercial Waste Equipment & Products Municipal Recycling Municipal Solid Waste

Recycling product manufacturer Modroto, Madison, Indiana, is now offering its entire line of tilt trucks in 100 percent virgin, high-density polyethylene (HDPE) plastic as standard at no extra charge.

The latest Poly-Trux tilt trucks in HDPE are rotationally molded in a single leak-proof piece with round corners and consistent wall thicknesses for structural strength. They are designed to safely bounce back from sharp blows and heavy loads without cracking or distorting in shape.

Ideal for recycling and waste collection, picking and packing and for a variety of facility maintenance and operations needs, the tilt trucks are available in a choice of 5/8-cubic-yard, 1-cubic-yard and 1-1/2-cubic-yard capacities and accommodate payloads of up to 2,200 pounds.

The HDPE tilt trucks include a powder coated steel handle and powder coated steel support base set atop dual rear casters and dual swiveling front casters. Custom accessories are available such as a rotomolded split lid; dust cover; hinged side access panel; drain holes and permanent, molded-in logos, graphics and tracking information.