BaleWulf - Model 4560 & 7060 - Closed Door Balers
Designed with safety and ease of use in mind, the BaleWulf Closed Door Balers solve some of the largest issues and drawbacks recyclers face with closed-door balers. The BaleWulf Closed Door 4560 & 7060 balers are built to run a wide variety of materials. Everything from common applications such as OCC, PET, and paper products to the harder to bale commodities: roll cores, tires, and non-ferrous metals. Featuring an industry leading, 5 YEAR/ 10,000 HOUR chassis warranty, 2 YEAR/ 4,000 HOUR parts warranty, and a 2 YEAR/ 4,000 HOUR all-inclusive planned maintenance program.
Built with Sebright Products industry disrupting standards of quality and JWR’s world class service capabilities. The foundations of the BaleWulf Line of Balers are SAFETY, VERSATILITY, AND QUALITY without sacrificing performance.
Utilizing low HP and low operating PSI to achieve your target bale weights without putting undo stress on the baler. The BaleWulf Line of Balers are designed for long term operation with minimal maintenance.
Clear Lexan Polycarbonate rear panels with an ultra-bright industrial LED work light comes standard on all BaleWulf models. With this feature users are able to perform a visual inspection without the need for lockout-tagout procedures. Utilizing light weight Lexan panels and a bright work light, provides a clear advantage in routine maintenance.
The ground-breaking feature of the BaleWulf Closed Door Baler is the Through the Door Wire Feed System, that accepts both quick lock and looped end wire. This system allows the operator to feed and tie off wires from one location, standing at the door of the baler.
The integrated piercer is one of the key innovations of the BaleWulf. This design clears the wire channels in the ram face and guides the wires through, allowing for a quick bale tie off. The Teeth of the piercer bolt on for easy replacement. By eliminating the need to be on top of the baling chamber to clear the channels, the safety advantages of the piercer can not be understated.
The progressive shear is made from T1 Tool Steel (A514), a material that is extremely tough and allows the blades to keep their cutting edges far longer than a typical cold rolled steel shear blade. The progressive design utilizes a tapered cutting edge and serrated blade that decreases the surface area in contact with the materials, which allow for more recyclables to be sheared at once