How much does a molok cost?

Using a single 800-litre (211 gallon) Molok® Biosystem™ container, service would be required bi-weekly at a cost per service of $60.00 per lift. This results in a monthly per-unit cost of $2.88 or an annual per unit cost of $34.67 when using the Biosystem™.

What is a Molok bin?

Molok®-waste containers. High capacity waste and recycling collection. The Molok is a modern and effective waste management solution. A wide product range adapts to a variety of needs.

What is pneumatic waste collection system?

Pneumatic Waste Conveyance System (PWCS) The PWCS is an automated waste collection system that uses a vacuum-type underground pipe network to collect household waste, which is then transported through underground pipes to a sealed container. Trucks then periodically collect the waste for disposal.

How does a molok work?

How MOLOK Works: MOLOK is installed with 2/3 of the container in-ground. A reusable lifting bag is installed within the well, and the lid secured in place. During the emptying process, the lid is removed and the lifting bag is pulled from the well.

How does the pneumatic system work?

Pneumatics makes use of an air compressor to reduce the volume of the air in order to increase its pressure. This then moves through a filter into pneumatic tubing, where it’s controlled by valves before reaching an actuator which does the work at the end of the process.

Is hydraulic better than pneumatic?

Hydraulic fluid is not compressible, so when operating at the same power levels, it is safer and much more controllable than pneumatics. Due to its stored energy, compressed air is more prone to cause accidents the moment a rapid release of pressured energy due to sudden leaks or rupture in valves.

What is better hydraulic or pneumatic?

In conclusion, pneumatic devices are best suited to execute low scale engineering and mechanical tasks while hydraulic systems are best for applications that require higher force and heavy lifting.

Is hydraulic more accurate than pneumatic?

Hydraulics, thanks to their reliance on non-compressible liquids, are capable of greater strengths than pneumatics, and they are also more precise and efficient than pneumatic systems. Thanks to their reliance on hydraulic fluids to operate, they are also self-lubricating.

What sizes do Molok containers come in?

Sizes vary from 800-liters up to 5 cubic meters with deep collection. The product family is complemented by 2 cubic meter surface containers. Our experts are happy to answer your waste management and Molok container related questions. Choose from a variety of stylish framing options.

Which Molok containers are suitable for recycling?

Molok® Deep Collection™ containers are suitable for all waste streams including recycling, cardboard, organics and grease. Part of the MolokClassic™ line, the M-5000™ is an attractive and safe solution for municipal and commercial areas including schools and hotels.

What is unique about Molok products?

Molok products are trusted in thousands of Post installation adaptability. Deep collection MolokClassic 5m3 and MolokClassic Plus containers can later be divided into two parts. Deep collection -groups are easy to complement with MolokClassic Light surface containers.

Why choose a Molok waste collection point?

Molok containers are long lasting and of high quality. Maintenance and cleaning services will help you to increase container lifetime even further and improve user convenience. When replacing the framing, signage and covers, a waste collection point with 25 years of service can look like new.