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Bailer Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of bailer manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top bailer manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any bailer company can design, engineer, and manufacture bailers to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach bailer companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for a manufacturer of bailing machines, product bailers, and electric bailers.

  • South Holland, IL

    Founded in 1962, our company has evolved into a North American leader for designing and manufacturing a full line of bailers, shredders and similar equipment. Additionally we market a variety of conveyors, metering systems, cart tippers and material handling products, making us the "One Source" of innovation for your Waste Management System needs.

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  • Waco, TX

    Himes Service Company specializes in balers, conveyors, compactors, sort systems, & more, across all industries supporting their recycling and scrap processing equipment needs - Nationwide. HSC provides a full line of services including new & used equipment sales, equipment leasing & rental, OEM & stock parts, relines, rebuilds, emergency & scheduled service, PM contracts, turn-key installs, relocations & more. We are here to be your one stop shop for your recycling & scrap equipment needs!

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  • St. Charles, MN

    The only thing stronger than an Excel baler is the loyalty of our customers. Excel continues to break new ground by designing equipment with energy-saving technologies, developing balers to fit your business and solve your problems, and introducing products that process more material and make you more money. While the competition makes their balers cheaper, we make Excel balers better!

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  • Downers Grove, IL

    Balers, Inc. was founded in 1919, and we offer products that will make recycling at your business easier and more efficient. Our line of products include vertical balers, horizontal balers, compactors, air systems, and shredders. All of our products are available either new or reconditioned. Our team of technicians are available 24/7, 365 days a year. Contact Balers, Inc. today to learn more!

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  • Sunrise, FL

    Turn to LEFORT America for outstanding solutions and reliable customer service. We are ISO 9001 certified and manufacture most products in-house. We provide durable balers and other components that can handle the toughest projects. If you have certain specifications, then please give us a call today and speak with a LEFORT representative.

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

5 Considerations Before Purchasing an Industrial Baler

By Harmony Enterprises Inc., Manufacturer of Recycling and Waste Management Equipment When you are looking for an industrial baler, it can be hard to know where to start. There are many sizes, manufacturers, and features that differentiate one baler from another. Often, companies searching for balers or other recycling equipment are looking for ways to improve their operating efficiency in the leanest way possible. How to Choose the Right Baler for your Recycling Needs: Materials - What materials are being processed and baled cardboard, paper, aluminum, plastics, non-ferrous metals or... Read More

Baling Tough Materials with Baling Presses

Although I did not grow up on a farm, as a child I did spend my fair share of time at them. Two of my uncles and my grandfather had a good deal of land that they were able to plant on. One of my uncles owns a complete old fashioned farm, complete with cows, chickens and countless bales of hay. And for me, that's what bales mean, hay. They bind it tightly so it can be easily transported and can be used at a later time. Yet this is... Read More

International Baler Broadens Reach by Adding New Dealer

International Baler Corporation (IBC), Jacksonville, FL., announces the addition of Catawba Baler & Equipment to its dealer network, serving the states of North and South Carolina. IBC Sales manager for the Eastern U.S., Jeff Ham, says, “CB&E offers more than 100 years of combined recycling industry knowledge combined with a full fleet of fully outfitted service trucks with factory trained and uniformed service technicians. CB&E, as well as IBC and Jeff Ham, prides itself on providing excellent service before and after the sale.” Contact Catawba Baler & Equipment for any... Read More

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Tips for Buying New Bailers

For companies looking into buying new bailers( or balers), the task can seem overwhelming. Where do you start? What options do you have? First , it is important to evaluate your company’s needs. The material that needs to be baled is probably the most important aspect. Will you be baling cardboard? Metal? Newspaper? Old Corrugated Containers? Plastic? Textile? Probably the next most important thing to consider is how much material you will need to bale. This amount is generally measured in tons, so the next step is to figure out how many tons per day or week or month will be baled by your new baler. Another consideration is how the material will be collected from the baler. Will you be using totes, carts, air scrap handling or conveyors. Also, what kind of power is available for your facility. Taking time to think about each of these aspects before consulting an expert can save you time and get you on the right path to purchasing the best baler for your purposes.

The next important aspect to consider would be all the different types of balers you have to chose from. There are vertical balers with the flattening device moving up and down to compact material, and horizontal balers with the compacting device moving horizontally. Both of these come in various sizes and produce bales of varying weights. There also open end balers, closed end balers, auto-tie balers, 2-Ram balers, and upstroke or pit balers. Ask a supplier near you about the variances between these types and determine which would work best for your facility and operations. If you’ve been putting off purchasing a new baler, consider these tips and get the ball rolling. Balers play an important role and finding the perfect piece of equipment for your needs will save you time, money, and headaches in the future.

Bailers

Bailers are machines used in the process of material compaction for the purposes of improved ease of handling, transportation, storage and/or recycling for a variety of industries. The primary function of industrial balers is to compact and bind, or “bale”, waste and recyclable materials.

Depending on the intended application of a bailer, there are two main structure types to choose from: vertical and horizontal – referring to the direction in which material flows through the machine. Vertical balers are top-loaders and tend to be used for lightweight materials and waste products. Vertical bailers are single-load machines that need to be manually unloaded, but are more compact and usually cost less than horizontal balers. Horizontal bailers are designed for continuous process implementation and while they can be hand fed, are often installed with automated or mechanical feeding options. Bailers are usually able to accommodate high volumes of material with a large input area. The material is fed into a compression chamber where it is pounded and squeezed until it has been compacted into a bale, or another desired shape. The compact waste or recyclable material is then bound with wire, plastic or string to maintain its shape. Bailers, such as cardboard balers and metal balers, can be manufactured to produce bales in specific sizes according to storage or transportation needs. Smaller bales are lighter and easier to transport, but the process of making smaller bales may slow down the overall compaction time. Most industrial bailers are powered by electricity and both vertical and horizontal balers use hydraulic systems to move the waste material, cutting back on energy expenditure and heat generation.


For high waste-producing industries such as automotive manufacturing, plastics manufacturing, and grocery or food processing, the necessity of compacting and baling is not only for recycling purposes but also for economical benefits. Reducing the bulk of waste reduces the money and effort required to dispose of it. Furthermore, using compactors to reduce waste cuts down the carbon emissions required in recycling and further helps the environment. As recycling becomes more central to industrial and manufacturing processes, baling equipment will play a large role in assisting the process of reducing the carbon footprint of industry. Complete turn-key recycling and composting systems can be designed around a basic bailer, allowing businesses to be environmentally responsible in their waste management. Compacting and baling waste materials reduces the storage size and transportation size of the material allowing companies to spend less in its disposal, as well as the disposal having a beneficial environmental impact, for example, baled materials can be reused in the production of new objects.

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