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TANA compactors.

Post #1 by Ross » Sat Jun 23, 2007 11:19 pm

Thanks for giving these quality machines there own section 8-)

The company I use to work for had the Service and maintenance contract for TANA UK.

TANA machines are Designed and manufactured in Finland. 8-)

Powered by Cummins. G450 use there latest QSX15 512 Bhp powerplant.

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Me and a welder use to look after all TANA units here in the North East.

TANA G450 machine. 46 metric ton. BranSands Lanfill. Tee Side.

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Another G450. Cowpen Land fill Tee Side.

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TANA G360. 36 metric ton. Seaton Medows landfill Tee Side.

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Same G360. This is the oldest machine on the contract and looks beat up.

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I have more photos of these machines i will post in due time.

My opinion. The best Landfill compactor on the market. 8-)

Please feel free to post Any pictures of compactors in this thread :D

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Re: TANA compactors.

Post #2 by Nick Drew » Sat Jun 23, 2007 11:32 pm

Very interesting photos Ross,

Not something many of us get to see those things. Bit of a specialised piece of kit!!
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Re: TANA compactors.

Post #3 by BM1113 » Tue Jun 26, 2007 1:36 am

Hi here are some pictures on a TANA compactors Her in Kalix North Sweden :)


Sorry for mi Bad english

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Re: TANA compactors.

Post #4 by Ross » Tue Jun 26, 2007 4:41 pm

Great pics Alexander 8-)

Looks like an old F27 machine?

Twin drives on the rear and one on the front.

There was a F27 on the contract. This machine was replaced with a Brand new G260 that we built and comisioned. 8-)

The new G260 was replaced shortly after with a 50T Bomag :?

More pics please :D

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Re: TANA compactors.

Post #5 by BM1113 » Wed Jun 27, 2007 2:27 am

Sorry i dont now waht this are for Model only se se it wen i deleliveri junk to the scraephep bot its fun to se it :)

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Re: TANA compactors.

Post #6 by IBH » Mon Aug 13, 2007 12:59 am

Tana machines are also sold for soil compaction purposes by Atlas Copco owned compaction equipment manufacturer Dynapac.
http://www.tana.fi/tana.php?page=news&id=2
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Re: TANA compactors.

Post #7 by §wishy » Fri Aug 17, 2007 1:17 pm

Great Pix
Keep m Cumming

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What model R these 2?
n what do they weigh?

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Re: TANA compactors.

Post #8 by BM1113 » Wed Aug 22, 2007 2:17 am

Hi agen here are some bew Picks of the Tana here in Kalix
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