bottle perforator Articles

  • Product Spotlight – The ExtractPack Vertical Baler

    The Perfect Solution for An Industry Niche Bottling facilities, retail centers, and distributors all face the challenge of what to do with out-of-date product.  This becomes particularly difficult when that product is in liquid form and the containers are made of plastic or metal.  The conventional method of manually draining liquid from bottles or cans is very time ...

    By Harmony Enterprises, Inc.

  • Evaluation of pot-chlorination of wells during a cholera outbreak, Bissau, Guinea-Bissau, 2008

    We evaluated the ability of UNICEF-designed pot-chlorinators to achieve recommended free residual chlorine (FRC) levels in well water in Bissau, Guinea-Bissau, during a cholera outbreak. Thirty wells were randomly selected from six neighbourhoods. Pot-chlorinators – perforated plastic bottles filled with gravel, sand and calcium hypochlorite granules – were placed in each well. FRC was measured ...

    By IWA Publishing

  • Recycling of cardboard, PET and aluminium drinks cans in new channel baling presses - Case Study

    Europe's largest logistics provider, Euro Pool System, in Hungary with new recycling hall In neatly lined-up wire cage carts, cardboard, PET bottles and cans from 175 branches of a supermarket chain in Hungary wait to be compressed into bales. The used packaging is carried via chain conveyors into two parallel channel baling presses and it's there they are tightly compacted. Two ...

    By HSM GmbH + Co. KG

  • Size Matters – Harmony’s Liquid Extraction Balers

    Does Size Matter? We have all heard the old saying, but does size really matter?  In the world of liquid extraction balers, it certainly does!  That doesn’t mean bigger is better.  It means that using the right sized baler for your operations is key to optimizing your recycling efficiency, labor hours, and cost savings. Harmony understands that not ...

    By Harmony Enterprises, Inc.

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