Vertical balers are designed with features that make operation and maintenance easy. They are designed for
industrial plants, warehouses, distribution centers, fulfillment centers, retail stores and recycling centers.
Vertical balers, also known as downstroke balers, reduce waste and disposal costs by converting bulky waste into
dense, shippable commodities that can be profitably sold. Vertical balers offer versatility and ease-of-use in
a compact and affordable package. With features like automatic feed gates, mounted power units, interlock systems,
chain ejectors, and programmable control systems, vertical balers are long-lasting and reliable pieces of equipment.
Horizontal balers combine the efficiency of automatic cycling and continuous operation with the capability to operate with mechanical feed equipment to provide for lower cost material processing. Horizontal Closed-Door balers are suited for applications ranging from a couple bales per day to several bales per hour and they are available with a variety of optional equipment, like cart dumpers and conveyor feed systems.
The horizontal open end balers are powerful machines designed for baling a larger volume of recyclables. They can bale a variety of materials including cardboard, paper, PET, aluminum cans, and MSW. Open end balers are extremely efficient and profitable, and there are a variety of models available to fit your needs.
Non-ferrous balers are for applications requiring an efficient means of processing aluminum, tin, steel, extrusions, clips, radiators, and other non-ferrous metals into dense, square bales. Non-ferrous balers feature rugged structural construction, large feed opening, machined shear blade and abrasion resistant wear liners.
Auto Tie balers are perfect for high production, maximum bale weights, and minimum fuss. They are designed to work around the clock increasing productivity with efficient operation and low costs. They are capable of handling a wide variety of applications from shredded to air conveyed materials. These balers fully automate bale production by automatically tying each bale to provide lower operating costs. Various hopper dimensions, compression forces, power units and feed options are available to allow you to select a model based on the density and volume of your waste stream.
Manual tie balers are moderate duty balers that allow you to process different materials at your own speed. Because the bales are tied vertically, no fluffing or preconditioning is required. One of the best features of horizontal manual tie balers are the wire guides for quick and easy ties.
Multi-material balers are perfect for producing bales from a variety of materials like PET, aluminum or steel cans, paper, plastics, OCC, newsprint, and much more. What sets these balers apart from the others is the ability to provide the ideal solution when you need the flexibility to bale a wide variety of products in a single machine. They offer the convenience of conveyor-feed and auto-cycling in a compact footprint.
Two-Ram balers feature a combination of the latest technology and advanced structural engineering to make the most powerful, verstile, and efficient balers available. They can be used in a variety of applications including metal packaging for scrap dealers, MRFs, recycling centers, distribution centers, large paper and plastic processors, and solid waste packaging (MSW).
These specialty balers are loaded with awesome power, speed, and special features for facilitating the baling of foam and fiber. Foam / Film / Fiber ('3F') Balers have many important design features that separate them from other balers, including:
- Bale weights are heavier which means lower hauling costs and better transport efficiencies.
- When compared to a typical baler the 3F balers can produce heavy, dense bales in about one-fourth or even one-fifth the time of a typical baler.
- The 3F balers use a longer cylinder and stroke so that more air is forced out of the material as it is compressed.
- The 3F balers also have special shearing capabilities not found on typical balers.
- Integrated in these balers is a special way to help keep material from becoming wedged or trapped in the baler.
Loaded with power and features for high volume multi-material baling applications, full-eject balers are built to provide many years of durable service in the toughest environments. Typically, the best use and purpose of full-eject balers are applications involving a variety of materials to be baled. In addition to maximizing bale weights, size, and speed, all balers are designed and produced with many other customer satisfaction factors in mind, such as:
- Reducing waste disposal costs while minimizing acquisition and start-up costs of waste handling equipment
- Reducing labor costs
- Streamlining overall waste processing operations for better productivity
- Improving workplace safety
- Achieving quick paybacks