Are you planning to buy a baler machine to ensure an advanced recycling process? Well, there are two things you need to know before making a buying decision. Here is a guide that will reveal the key points you need to know. Read them carefully!

  1. Know the Material You Need to Compress

Before deciding from which company you should buy the baler machines, you need to the material that you have to compress. The materials include

  • Paper
  • Cardboard
  • Books
  • ONP
  • Alfafa
  • Plastic bottle and films
  • Palm and coir fiber
  • Hay
  • Used clothing
  • Wool
  • Textile
  • Cans/Tins
  • Aluminum scraps
  • and other materials

For every material, there is different baler machine compactor. For hard materials like ABS shells, tins etc., robust engines are made of large sizes. Similarly, for softer materials like wool and clothes, the engines of average strengths are made. So, it is important to know the material first.

  1. Know the Rate

Once you have decided the material, you have to calculate the quantity of the material that is needed to be compressed into an hour. It is advisable to go for the hand-press series if your requirement is less than 1000 kg/ hour. These balers are also called vertical compactors or manual balers.

However, if you need more than 1000 kg/hour but less than 3000 kg/hour, then go for the horizontal compactor that includes both the fully automatic balers and semi-automatic balers. If your range more than 3000 kg/hour, then you should go for the auto-press series fully automatic bailing press that is fully automated coupled with auto feeding, compressing, strapping, and ejecting. All you need to do is press the “start” button to activate the machine. The capacity of balers varies according to the model.

In the meanwhile, auto-press series baler machines means less labor cost and large baling capacity. Hand-press series baling press means more labor cost and less material recycling capacity. Semi-auto press series balers reuired the labor cost between the auto-press and hand-press.

When you are done deciding the material and rate of compressing per hour, then contact us to buy the most suitable baler machines that would solve all your bailing issues. Our bailing press includes fully automatic, semi-automatic, and manual balers.