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Broan 105X

12" Trash Compactor with 1.4 Cu. Ft. Capacity, Safety Lock & Swing Away Door

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Description
Enjoy the convenience of the industry's most powerful residential compactors.

One bag of garbage per week is all the average family of four will produce, thanks to the 182-gallon capacity of these powerful units. They can easily crush bottles and cans that cause problems for other machines. To complement any kitchen decor, your choices include classic black, white, and biscuit. Plus, the new 1052 Stainless Steel Compactor is well-styled for today's upscale commercial-look kitchens.

These powerful units compress the amount of 14 full garbage bags of refuse into one easy-to-handle compactor bag: 65 percent more trash than the leading competitor. Plus they offer you more style and feature options than any other units:

Most powerful residential compactor on the market.
Broans' patented "double scissors" ram and motor deliver up to 5,000 lbs. of compaction force. Exclusive new screw guard prevents loose trash from interfering with the machine's operation.

Swing away door.
Simply slide out your full trash bag and the entire drawer can be removed for easy cleaning. Models 1050 and 1051 have a convenient toe release.

Interlocking door with auto reverse.
Safety interlock prevents operation when door is open. Ram automatically reverses if load is off-center.

Broan Trash Compactor Bags.
Broan's reinforce plastic trash bags are available 12 to a pack. Cartons of 10 packs are available. (Model 1006)

Optional cutting board top. (Models 1050 & 1051)
Solid hardwood cutting boards adds a finishing touch to free-standing applications.

Reversible door panels.
It's easy to match your kitchen decor with reversible door panels or by inserting your own 1/4" x 11 11/16" x 20 7/8" wood or laminate panel. If using a laminate or wood panel, the panels described below simply slide out.
Specifications
Features
Compaction Power: 5,000 lbs.
Capacity: 1.4 Cu. Ft. Bin
Capacity: 14 Average-Sized Garbage Bags
Leveling: 4 Adjustable Legs
Bag Storage Compartment: Yes
AirScentry: Yes
Auto-Reverse: Yes
Door: Swing Away
Safety: Interlock Mechanism
Dimensions
Width: 12"
Length: 34 1/2"
Depth: 20 1/4"
Weight: 135 lbs.
Electrical Requirements
Volts: 120V AC 60 Hz
Amps: 5.0
Power Cord: Grounded 3 Prong Plug, 6 ft. cord
Features
  • Up to 5,000 lbs. Compaction
  • 65% more capacity than leading competitor
  • Safety interlock prevents operation when door is open
  • Auto-reverse mechanism
  • Space-saving 12" wide design
  • Easy access swing away door
  • Convenient bag storage compartment
  • Key operated switch for safety
  • Bag Storage Compartment
  • AirScentry - accepts most popular deodorizers
  • Commercial-look stainless
  • Classic black, white, or biscuit
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Product Reviews
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Solid, reliable workhorse This is the first trash compactor that I ever owned. I bought this Broan compactor after our local county commissioners passed a new ordinance requiring "Pay-as-you-throw" volume pricing for all trash collection. That was my financial motivation for investing in a trash compactor. I'd rather spend some extra money on a one-time purchase of a new appliance, instead of being nickel-and-dimed to death paying higher monthly fees (essentially an "eco-tax") to my county government. Prior to purchasing this compactor, we were typically generating close to 96 gallons of trash per week. Since we began using this product, we've pretty much been able to compress that volume down to around 13 gallons per week -- even though we generate exactly the same amount of trash ... and we DON'T use the recycle bins that the county forced on us. Our typical use of the compactor is to collect the wastebaskets from around the house as they fill up, and just dump the contents into the compactor. The only exception to this is the kitchen wastebasket, which is where most of the food-related trash goes (e.g., frozen dinner containers, glass jars and bottles, takeout boxes, food scraps, etc). The contents of the kitchen wastebasket gets segregated into a separate 13-gallon plastic trash bag, which gets emptied directly into our trash can in the garage as needed (i.e., whenever it either fills up, or the smell gets too bad). We don't put any food trash into the compactor; since we don't want the smell to get out of control. But pretty much all of the non-food trash goes into the Broan trash compactor. As the compactor fills up, we'll wait until the trash level gets near the top of the basket; and only then do we bother to turn it on to do a compaction cycle. On average, we probably do 1 to 2 compactions per day. At the end of a week, even though we keep filling the basket repeatedly with trash, the unit is still able to keep up with the volume; and we never need to empty the basket until it's time for the weekly trash pickup. Actually, if we had to, I suspect that we could probably fit up to two weeks' worth of trash into the basket before we had to empty it; although I'd probably still empty the unit once a week just on general principle. The only real down-side to owning a trash compactor is the cost of the bags, which are custom-made to fit the basket in the unit. If you buy the bags in small quantities every few weeks as you need them, they can be really expensive. However, if you shop around online and find a retailer who sells them in bulk, you can get the bag price down to a point where it's reasonable. I bought a supply of 120 bags, which works out to a little over a 2-year supply in my case. By buying in bulk like this, my average cost works out to a little less than $1 per bag. Even though I'm pretty sure that Broan still has a huge profit margin even at that price, at least I feel that the price is low enough to be acceptable. All in all, this Broan compactor is a great product. We started using it in early July 2008; and we now have about 2 months experience with it. It's working perfectly! Not a single problem. I wish I had bought one of these units long ago. 8/22/08
Rated 4 out of 5 by "Space Saver" Our old, big trash compactor died right before we started our kitchen remodel. One of the things I didn't like about the old compactor is you couldn't clean the compartment really well. With this Broan compactor you can get the compartment out to clean it. Of course I also love the foot pedal opener, the side swing door to get the bag out and the fact that it matches my fridge. Its slim line also gained me 3 inches more cabinet space, Yeah! The only down side is the price of the compactor bags[...]. [...] 7/29/08
Rated 5 out of 5 by Garbage Crusher With Style We needed a small footprint trash compactor and the Broan 1052 really fit the bill. It doesn't run silently, but what compactor does? There hasn't been an item it wouldn't crush and it is a sharp unit. 6/4/08
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very pleased with product and company. The product came as described and in perfect condition. It only took about 6 days to get the product. We love it and would not hesitate to purchase from this company again. 4/28/08
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Quick Specs

Appearance

  • Style : Convertible
  • Accepts Panels : Yes

Dimensions

  • Width : 12"
  • Depth : 20 1/4"
  • Height : 34 1/2"
  • Capacity : 1.4 cu. ft.

Features

  • Odor Control System : No
  • Bag Storage Compartment : Yes
  • Control Type : Knobs

Technical Details

  • Compaction Ratio : 5:1
  • Amps : 10
  • Voltage : 120 Volts
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