DuraPack® 4060 Split Body Rear Load Garbage Trucks
The Heil® DuraPack® 4060 Split Body Rear Load Garbage Trucks are a win-win, allowing collection of multiple residential trash streams or recyclables. With the DuraPack® 4060 split body rear loader, one truck can do the work of two. And the reduced weight body means enhanced fuel economy and larger payloads on the route.
Have you expanded your residential trash collection operations to include multiple commodities? Are you trying to succeed with multiple, single-commodity garbage trucks? Why not improve route efficiency and reduce your costs by using the right equipment for the job?
Heil® DuraPack® 4060 split-body rear load garbage trucks are the ideal refuse collection vehicle for manually collecting multiple commodities on a single route. It has the compaction power to handle bulky ferrous waste like used appliances and sheet metal scraps, and the sealing ability to handle wet waste like organics or food scraps. Additionally, by outfitting the truck with single or dual Bayne premium mobile lifters, you can reduce the stress and strain on personnel who are manually loading the vehicle.
As the industry’s premium multi-compartment rear loader garbage truck, the DuraPack 4060 split-body rear loader is the next generation of our already popular Formula® 4060 split-body rear loader. By adding the smooth curved sides and the fully welded, interlaced subframe that has become the benchmark of durability for the DuraPack® line, this new refuse collection vehicle combines longevity and functionality to deliver maximum performance. With a 40/60 two-compartment split body, the DuraPack® 4060 features independent hydraulic systems enabling the pressure to be adjusted for each compartment based on the type of waste being collected. For example, a higher compaction rate can be used for the refuse compartment, while a lower compaction rate can be selected for recyclables to minimize breakage. Why have multiple rear loaders on your route when a Heil® Split Body DuraPack® 4060 garbage truck can do the same amount of work in less time?