b) Side-loading compactor trucks (Figure 2) range in capacity from 5
to 37 cubic yards (3.8 to 28.3 cubic meters). These vehicles can collect
from bulk containers by mechanical lifting devices and by manual loading.
c) Rear-loading compactor trucks (Figure 2) range in capacity from 6
31 cubic yards (4.6 to 23.7 cubic meters). These trucks can also collect
from bulk containers, but are used primarily for manual loading. The sol
waste is loaded into a rear hopper and compacted by a hydraulically opera
platen which pushes the waste toward the front of the body.
220.127.116.11 Container-Haul Vehicles. Two common types of container-haul
vehicles are the hoist-and-haul vehicle used with lugger boxes and the
tilt-frame truck used with roll-off containers and large, enclosed
compaction containers. Figure 3 shows a typical hoist-and-haul vehicle a
the sequence of operations of a roll-off container being loaded onto a