Calder Stewart Super Bins are designed for ease of use when loading and unloading critical supply. Our designs are various and offered in a wide range of capacities.
Typically Super Bin roofs are rolled back by undoing two locking bolts at the front, and then winding a winch at the back to effect movement. The roof itself rolls on machined wheels which have grease nipple centres to allow for easy future-proof maintenance, which is often needed to counteract the corrosive action of certain types of supply. Roofs are held fast through a secure RSJ rail fastening system that ensures that in any position it is in, it cannot be dislodged by wind.
Calder Stewart has designed and built a large number of Super Bins found throughout the South Island. Our Super Bins can be built by our experienced team or supplied to you in kitset form.
Features and options
- Offered in a wide range of tonnage capacities
- Can be supplied in kitset form
- Designed and built to withstand extreme weather conditions.