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At-Tec Aluminum Can Crusher, Heavy Duty Pneumatic Cylinder Soda Beer Can Crusher

Safety Mechanical Valve, Air Cylinder Can Crusher, Heavy Duty Pneumatic Cylinder Soda Beer Can Crusher, All Steel Material

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H&F Rating 218 reviews
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What We Like

  • One-button operation allows to smash almost all kinds of aluminum cans
  • Comes with a safety mechanical valve that helps to avoid misoperation
  • Made of sturdy steel material for the frame that makes it easy to crush any aluminum cans

Disadvantages

  • Instructions may not be easy to understand

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Results of our analysis:

We analyzed 26,008 reviews for 74 products in the Can Crushers category.

We then analyzed 218 reviews for this product. Of these, 45 reviews were recent.

Around 83% of reviews were positive and about 11% were negative.

Final Score:

9.76 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Build quality
  • Design
  • Easy to use
  • Efficiency
  • Overall satisfaction
  • Packaging
  • Size
  • Sturdiness
  • Value for money
  • What buyers say about At-Tec Aluminum Can Crusher, Heavy Duty Pneumatic Cylinder Soda Beer Can Crusher


    I think the cost is about 45 for a cylinder, but you need a custom steel part, powder coated, and minor hardware, so it's 65 for the basic parts.


    They did not take any half measures in built quality, as shown by the powder coat on the frame that has smached cans all weekend.


    If it is at 25 psi, the can will hold its shape, but if it is at 30 psi, it will allow the can to crush.


    If you get the right fit and an extra hose, you can push the cans off with one of the exhaust ports. I still need to make a way to create an auto feeder to my level of knowledge and skill.


    I made a table for it the same day I received it and fastened it on the wall in the future because I think I'll be buying a bigger one eventually.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    There are replacement parts that need to be replaced.

    A:

    It is a half inch.

    Q:

    Is it possible for this to be left out in the rain?

    A:

    You don't want to get water in the valve or cylinder, they could rust up and seize, or won't seal properly.

    Q:

    Is it possible that this could work on tin cans?

    A:

    At 120 psi, it will crush a tin can down to between 1" and 1.75", and at 130 it will smash the tin cans to just over an inch.

    Q:

    Does this come with a warranty?

    A:

    I didn't look at the paper to read it, but it's built like a tank and it's hard to break.

    Q:

    I'm looking for recommendations for an air compressor that can can only be used for can crushing purpose.

    A:

    If you are running a small air compressor as fast as possible, it may be too small.

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