Take-All Capacity

How does the Curotto-Can system handle bulky items, such as appliances, in order to meet the "take-all" requirement of residential contracts?

Haulers are sometimes concerned that by using an automated system they cannot meet the “take-all” requirement of residential contracts - this is not so with the Curotto-Can system.

 

The robust arm and lock-sure grabbers of the Curotto-Can enable haulers to load all the typical take-all items including bulky furniture and appliances.

 

The above photos show typical bulky items encountered on a "take-all" route and how the arm of the Curroto Can grabs and dumps them into the Can.

The above photos show typical bulky items encountered on a "take-all" route and
how the arm of the Curroto Can grabs and dumps them into the Can.

 

In most instances, the Curotto-Can’s arm is able to grab and dump items such as chairs and clothes dryers into the can. The Curotto-Can also has a low lift-over height with the fall-away flap for times when an operator needs to hand-load an item. Because the lift-over height is significantly lower than other automated systems, it is easy for the driver to hoist the largest of items into the carry can in a safe manner. In comparison, if you are using and automated side loader (ASL) and need to collect bulky items, another truck is required to drive the same route to pick them up.

 

With a front loader equipped with a Curotto-Can, one truck does it all.

 

Low lift-over height

Click to watch the Curotto Can grab and dump some typical bulky items