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downwaste baler dp 20

AVAILABLE IN VARIETY OF SIZES COMPACTION FROM 5 TO 50 TONS OF WASTE

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Balers

The key to recycling is source segregation and proper handling of different types of waste. Separating with containers will not only enable the recycling but it will also make the waste management easier as tins, glass, paper and cardboard, organic wet waste and remains are collected separately. DownWaste garbage trolley bins are easy to operate inside your building with convenient handlebars and heavy duty caster wheels.

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SUSTAINABLE WASTE MANAGEMENT

Compaction and baling of recyclables is an important step in sustainable waste management practice. Our powerful baling solutions contribute to efficient and effective waste management in your building. Automatic balers are a safe and convenient tool in meeting your material handling challenges. Our baling solutions are designed in various sizes and capacities to fit your needs.

*Ensures operator safety – complies with the EN 16500:2014 safety requirements standard.

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Cardboard, plastic foil, paper, PET bottles,
aluminum and tin cans, plastics

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Large and wide feeding inlet

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Intelligent safety features

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The superior press force
combined with a long stroke to achieve
maximum bale weight

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Quick, less time spent on
waste handling

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International warranty

BALER SIZES

downwaste balers dp5 specs
downwaste balers dp10 specs
downwaste balers dp20 specs
downwaste balers dp25 specs
downwaste balers dp30
downwaste balers dp50 specs

What is a Baler?

A baler is a machine that compresses and binds recyclable materials such as cardboard, plastic, paper, and cans into compact, easy-to-manage bales. These bales can then be transported more efficiently and are ready for recycling processes

Who Needs Baler Machine

Businesses that generate a high volume of recyclable waste such as distribution centers, manufacturing facilities, supermarkets, and recycling operations need baler machines to efficiently manage and prepare their recyclables for transport and sale.

How Does the Balers Work?

Balers work by compressing waste materials into a chamber using hydraulic power. Once the chamber is full, the material is tightly strapped, creating a bale that maintains its shape for storage and transportation, thereby saving space and handling time.

Why are Balers Important?

Balers are important because they reduce the volume of recyclable waste, making it easier to handle and transport. By turning loose, bulky materials into dense bales, balers contribute to a more efficient recycling process and help reduce the environmental impact of waste.

Benefits of Using Baler

Using a baler has several benefits: it saves space and time in waste handling, reduces the need for large storage areas for recyclables, and turns waste into a potential source of income by preparing it for efficient transport and sale.

What are The Main Components of a Baler Machine?

Main components of a baler include the feeding area where materials are loaded, the compaction chamber where materials are compressed, the hydraulic system that provides the force for compaction, and the binding mechanism that secures the compressed materials into bales.

Can Balers be Installed in All Buildings?

Balers can be installed in buildings that have sufficient space for operation and can support the electrical and hydraulic infrastructure required by the baler. However, each installation must be assessed for suitability based on the specific conditions and requirements of the site.

Get A Quote for Waste Baler Installation

To get a quote for waste baler installation, contact the supplier or service provider with your facility’s specific requirements, including the types and volumes of recyclable materials, space availability, and any logistical considerations.

What is the difference between a trash compactor and a baler?

A trash compactor reduces the volume of general waste by compacting it into a confined space, while a baler specifically compresses recyclable materials into bales for easy transportation and sale. Compactors are generally used for non-recyclable waste, and balers are used for recyclable materials.