compact vertical baler Articles

  • What Is a Vertical Baler?

    Vertical Balers are machines that are commonly used in the recycling industry to form and press old cardboard into There are a number of different types of balers, all of which are designed to compact waste materials. These machines are similar to compactors, with one important difference. Unlike compactors, balers are designed to produce blocks, or bales, of material for easy handling. In order ...


    By Harden Industries Ltd.

  • Should You Rent, Lease or Purchase Cardboard Balers?

    Waste disposal is more complex than just throwing away unwanted material. How you dispose of it, whether you recycle it and where it will ultimately land up are important concerns. Organizations all over the world are implementing environmental friendly methods to dispose of their waste. One popular technique is to compact the materials waiting to be recycled. Materials such as cardboard are made ...

  • Baler initiated recycling program at Donson Machine - Case Study

    Donson found a cleaner and more economic way to dispose of their waste, when buying af baler for cardboard and plastic waste. Donson Machine purchased a Bramidan B30 W baler when they looked for a better solution for their waste disposal. The vertical baler provided them with a resolution that saves both time and money. Placed in Alsip outside Chicago, Donson Machine is a manufacturer of ...


    By Bramidan Balers

  • Introducing Riverside`s newest horizontal waste baler - the HZ50T

    As interest in Riverside Waste Machinery's newest waste baler heats up, managing director Jonathan Oldfield tells us a little more about this latest addition to the fleet... Q: What is your product/technology? Riverside Waste Machinery’s RWM HZ 50T semi-automatic horizontal baler. Q: How does it work? When materials are fed into the hopper, ...


    By Riverside Waste Machinery

  • Ace Hardware replaced old baler due to high service costs - Case Study

    A reliable solution was important for Ace Hardware and therefore they purchased a X25 baler from Bramidan. Olsons´s Ace Hardware took ownership of an old vertical baler placed in the buildings of the retail store they acquired in Chicago. But the old baler, a "Muncher", required new spare parts all the time and more maintenance, and the manager Dan Olson decided to buy a new vertical baler. ...


    By Bramidan Balers

  • With a Bramidan mill-size baler Chicago Tech inc. is now greener than ever - Case Study

    Chicago Tech inc. improved its internal logistics, freed up warehouse space and at the same time improved the company's recycling efforts while making money on the bales in return. In the middle of 2013 Chicago Tech inc. moved to its new warehouse location in Northbrook, IL. It quickly became obvious to VP of Operations, Dan H. that they needed a solution for disposing of the many boxes they ...


    By Bramidan Balers

  • Cosmeva acquired 7 balers X30 AD with full automatic doors - Case Study

    In order to strengthen its policy for waste recovery, valuation and flow optimization, the manufacturer of cosmetic products Cosmeva invested in 7 Bramidan balers. Centralized compaction outside was too expensive Until recently, Cosmeva relied on a complex internal organization for handling its cardboard and plastic waste. Every single production unit was generating a ...


    By Bramidan Balers

  • Baling machines increasingly becoming an important part of industry

    Baling machines have taken on an increased role as the business world moves towards a more environmentally-friendly way of doing things, and “recycling” becomes the norm. In short, materials that were once waste in decades past are now reusable. In addition to such, recyclable materials carry a definitive dollar value, making the efficient handling of these materials increasingly important. ...


    By SINOBALER

  • Space saving, streamlining and efficiency - Case Study

    The Eiffel Tower is unusual because it is immense but vertical. The horizontal space is very limited. Visitors are the justification for its existence, and storage is incompatible with its almost lace-like structure. More than 6.5 million people visit it and its restaurants and shops each year. The Tower boasts cuisine and all kinds of souvenirs. Waste collections every day Until ...


    By Bramidan Balers

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