Raise a hand if you want your baler to produce heavy, high-density bales? Well, you are not alone. Recovered paper company Lublinskoe LLC in Moscow bales 15 000 tonnes of paper a month using three Presona prepress balers.
With the introduction of a RUF briquetting press Keiels Formenbau GmbH have simplified their working processes substantially, as well as massively reducing their costs. The briquetting system can press 50 kg per hour of Aluminium chips, which are produced during milling, into solid briquettes.
Fully Automatic Channel Baling Press for Smurfit Kappa
At the corrugated cardboard plant, the “HSM VK 7215” has been pressing cutting waste into bales weighing more than half a tonne since September 2014, thereby ensuring smooth operation of the plant. Continue reading »
Silkeborg Genbrug & Affald Optimises Recycling Of EPS (Airpop) With Reason
Approx. 30 tons annually or equivalent to more than 60 truckloads of EPS are collected today instead of going into the container with other combustible materials. Continue reading »
Next Generation 2-Ram Balers Increases Power and Versatility for Modern MRF Operators
In response to increasingly accurate separation and segregation of material recycling fractions, Lyndex Recycling Systems, the UK's leader in the design, manufacture and supply of high volume balers and waste recycling machinery, has introduced a second-generation range of 2-ram balers. Continue reading »
EUROPRESS Umwelttechnik GmbH installs another channel baling press for WEEE plastics
A new channel baling press was commissioned at Hennemann Umweltservice Elektronik GmbH in Espelkamp in Germany, a member of the Drekopf Group in Mönchengladbach. Continue reading »
Balers Sweeten the Daily Life of Chocolate Factory!
From 20 - 23 March 2018, the international fair for the food and beverage industry Anuga FoodTec takes place in Cologne, Germany. The german manufacturer Strautmann Umwelttechnik GmbH presents its disposal solution especially for the food and beverage industry in Hall 8.1 Stand B110/B118. Continue reading »