4300 Hours, Located WA

TANA E380 Landfill Compactor 2014

4300 Hours, Located WA


General Information


Total length

Total width

Total height


Ground clearance

Length without dozer blade

Width without dozer blade

Inside turning radius  

Driving speed ranges

Maximum crushing force

38 000 kg

9 050 mm

4 500 mm

4 320 mm

4 050 mm

890 mm

7430 mm

4 390 mm

3 310 mm

0–5 km/h 0–7 km/h

186 kN


TANA E Series Landfill Compactors

TANA is the first purpose-built waste compactor on the market. The TANA E Series is the result of long-term product development and proven solutions which bring remarkable benefits to the user.

Among the unique features which set TANA landfill compactors apart from other compactors on the market:

  • Full-width twin-drum construction
  • Rigid frame construction
  • Crushing teeth


Designed for maximized uptime and cost-efficient operation

This design provides maximized uptime of the machine.

TANA E Series compactors are able to handle waste on landfill sites in a cost-efficient way, with:

  • Fewer passes

  • Simplified maintenance

  • Good drivability

  • Easier machine management and controls

Therefore, providing better compaction and waste treatment capacity with lower operating costs.


Distinctive features of the TANA E Series landfill compactors


Rigid frame design advantages

A rigid frame provides the optimum crushing force. That is why the TANA compactor has been built around a rigid articulating frame which provides up to 100 percent greater crushing force on a single drum, compared to an oscillating four-wheeler of a similar weight.

  • Provides maximum crushing force; articulation of +/- 40 degrees but zero oscillation
  • Allows an even load spreading with its wide and always level blade
  • Minimizes undesirable cabin swing
  • No uncontrolled weight shifting
  • Maximum compaction
  • Very simple design and extremely robust construction
  • Excellent traction and no slipping or sinking wheels


With a wide drum, machine movement is cut in half compared to the number of compaction passes needed by a four-wheeler. Thus, a wide drum saves both time and fuel by minimizing excessive driving.