The bearing structure of MASH is in steel EN10111DD11 sheet plate, T. 30/10, on which two steel EN10111DD11 plates are welded, T. 30/10. To the latter, on the lower part on the left, two pins (D. 5x20 mm) are fixed: one acts as hinge whereas the other one serves to fix the back of the bin. On the right plate there is only one pin in order to fix the back of the bin as well. On the lower part of the structure, which has a 30x30 mm border, there are 4 M10 holes to fix the structure on the concrete base through appropriate bolts. The cover is in steel EN10111DD11, T. 25/10, and curved with a 590,7 degrees radius. It is welded to two uprights in steel EN10111DD11 sheet plate, T. 30/10, to which two steel EN10111DD11 sheet plates, T. 30/10, are fixed as well. On the left upright two pins are fixed, one acts as hinge, while the other one serves to fix the back of the bin. On the right plate it is fixed only one pin, which is used to fix the back of the bin as well. On the plates there are 4 M10 holes in order to link all the elements of the bin through appropriate screws.
The door and the back in steel EN10111DD11, T. 20/10, are reinforced on the extremities by strong profiles, T. 30/10, furthermore, there are two borders 10 mm high and 5 mm wide, at a distance of 200 mm from the upper part and 200 mm from the lower one in order to strengthen the elements. In the inner side of the door and of the bin back there are two strong squared tube bars, 15x15 mm and T. 2 mm, in order to make the bin even stronger.
The door is provided with a spring lock with a triangular key. The internal bin-liner holder is in galvanised steel, T. 30/10. In order to facilitate the substitution of the sack, the bin-liner holder runs out of 100 mm thanks to two guides made with laser cutting.
Both sides of the bin are in steel EN10111DD11, T. 15/10 and curved: on the right side is welded a steel plate, T. 15/10, with an inclination of 45 degrees and finally polished, while on the left is fixed a plate provided with a pierced sheet plate (diameter of the holes 5 mm), which has a central hole with a 20 mm diameter and other three openings with the same diameter but placed at a 90 degrees distance one from the other.
Inside the bin, on the bearing structure there is a support in order to place a cylindrical container made of galvanised steel, T. 10/10, to drop the cigarette butts. This container is then placed under the opening on the left side.
All the elements (except from those galvanised) are finally hot galvanised and polyester powder coated.
All fixings are in galvanised steel EN10346DX51D+Z.
H = 1300 mm
Width = 630 mm
Depth = 630 mmCapacity 120 Lt