COMBI-CSS

FASTER, SAFER CONTAINERS LOADING

The Combi-CSS Container Slip-sheet, specifically designed for fast loading of freight containers with a maximum capacity of 30,000 kg. Complete a full container load cycle in under 6 minutes. The Combi-CSS, or Container Slip-Sheet, is a simple-to-operate, cost-effective container loading solution that is faster and safer whether handling rough sawn timber, flat-packed furniture or panel products.
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Capacity

30,000 kg

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Cycle Time

40′ in 6 mins

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Overall Length

16560 mm

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Container Sizes

20’/30’/40′

COMBI-CSS Models

COMBI-CSS

Suitable for loading any material into containers.
  • Capacity: 30,000 kg
  • Height: 626 mm
  • Overall Length: 16560 mm
  • Width: 3250 mm
  • Container Frame Length: 9780 mm
  • Motor: 37 kW 3 Phase
  • Hydraulic Stroke Mechanism: 13600 mm
  • Container Sizes: 20' / 30' / 40'
  • Slip Sheet Material: Hardox 500
  • Cycle Time: 40' in 6 mins
 
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LOAD A FULL CONTAINER IN UNDER 6 MINUTES

The Combi-CSS was developed to significantly speed up loading containers while increasing safety to operators and minimising damage to the product. Loads weighing up to 30,000kg, are assembled on the platform outside the container. An entire load cycle can be performed by a single operator. In fact, a 40-foot container can be fully loaded in as little as 6 minutes.

LOAD CONTAINERS WITHOUT RISK OF PRODUCT DAMAGE

The patented Combi-CSS is a low, free-standing platform with a dual-directional motor-driven pulling mechanism that moves a Hardox 500 steel sheet. The sheet is guided into the container by the mechanism underneath, ensuring safe loading without any risk of product damage. When the goods are fully loaded within the container, a hydraulic rear barrier gate, fixed to the end of the platform, holds the material within the container while the metal sheet is slipped out from underneath it, hence the name.