Oil palm fiber and coir fiber are commonly used as either stuffing or weaving material. They are fluffy in nature with a high rebounding force. It is necessary to use the right palm fiber baler to compress it into neat and compact bales, while saving space and transportation expenses. The machine should, therefore, have the ability to endure the rebounding force.

The palm fiber baler you use should also be able to generate adequate amount of force on the material so it lasts long. The inner walls of the compressing chamber should be equipped with retainer claws, without which multiple feedings wouldn’t be possible. The claws keep the compressed oil palm fiber and coir fiber from springing back.

You can choose from among the following baler machines: