News | August 10, 2011

Al-jon Introduces Industry's Largest Landfill Compactor The New Generation LC960-4 Is Purpose Built Only For Landfill Use


Al-jon Manufacturing introduces the LC960-4, a new landfill compaction equipment that allows rebuilds to be completed in days not weeks.

Ottumwa, IA (PRWEB) - Al-jon Manufacturing, LLC, a manufacturer of products for the solid waste and scrap metal industries, today introduced its new 127,500 pound landfill compactor, the LC960-4. This new model replaces the Advantage 600, the flagship of the Al-jon compactor line.

The new LC960-4, Al-jon's latest entry in the landfill compaction equipment market, is the industry's largest machine. It offers customers unmatched production and uptime, better landfill compaction, lower fuel consumption, lower maintenance costs, more precise operator control, more push power and better safety than any previous compactor in the market.

This heavyweight new model uses a Tier IV power system designed with an environmentally friendly engine that meets or exceeds federal guidelines for industrial engine emissions.

In an innovative new twist, the LC960-4 comes standard with a removable power skid designed for ease of maintenance and service. Today, it's the only compactor in the world that incorporates this unique feature that allows rebuilds to be completed in days not weeks.

True to the Al-jon tradition, the LC960-4 compactor is purpose built, designed for landfill use only making it truly the "Right Tool for the Right Job."

See the Al-jon LC960-4 compactor at the Wastecon Trade Show, Aug. 23-25 in Nashville, TN.

For more information on the Al-jon LC960-4 compactor visit or contact John Portwood at 800-255-6620 or jportwood(at)aljon(dot)com.

About Al-jon Manufacturing, LLC
Located in Ottumwa, Iowa, Al-jon Manufacturing, LLC is a leading manufacturer in the scrap recycling and waste markets and builds car crushers, landfill compactors, scrap metal balers, car recycling systems and car loggers. For more information about Al-jon products and services, call 800-255-6620 or visit


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