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Baling Machine Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of baling machine manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source baling machine manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate baling machine companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture baling machines for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading baling machine manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for baling presses, waste balers, or trash compactors.

Leading Companies:

  • South Holland, IL 800-875-1038

    Since 1962, Maren has led the industry, building powerful and reliable manual tie, automatic tie and two ram balers, shredders and conveyors. That’s why many of the most successful paper & box plants, distribution centers, post consumer recyclers, and printers rely on Maren Balers to bolster their bottom line. Maren’s reputation for great customer service has carried from generation to generation of operators, service technicians and equipment buyers worldwide.

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  • Jacksonville, FL 800-231-9286

    If you are currently paying for the disposal of cardboard, paper, plastic or non-ferrous metals; than consider our range of industrial compactors and related equipment. We carry a large variety of models. We can even customize a piece of baling equipment to fit a client’s specific needs. You will be surprised at the variety of options that fit your budget.

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  • Souderton, PA 800-572-9998

    Advanced Equipment Sales is your source for innovative, economical and sustainable recycling equipment and systems for waste paper, plastics, metals, glass, films and dusts, and most any other material that can be recycled. From concept to design, through equipment selection, installation and commissioning, and service after the sale, AES is your one stop resource for integrated recycling solutions. We have over 3 decades of experience across multiple industries and disciplines, and hundreds of successful installations throughout North America.

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  • Hopkins, MI 888-699-2848

    BaleWulf manufactures closed-door and two ram balers. Our closed-door balers are built to process a wide variety of materials. From paper products to more difficult commodities like roll cores tires, and non-ferrous metals. The BaleWulf two ram balers are designed with user-friendly touch screen menus and easy access maintenance features. Visit our website or call us today for detailed features and benefits.

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  • Addison, IL 312-261-6006

    Bramidan Balers US is the leading supplier of vertical balers, and and one of the fastest growing suppliers of recycling equipment in the US. We manufacture compact, durable, noiseless, safe and user-friendly balers. Our stockroom- and small footprint balers meet and exceed ANSI Standards Z245.5 and have UL® & CUL® Approved Control Panels. Contact us today to get in touch with our dedicated resellers.

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  • Wilsonville, OR 503-682-3633

    SSI Shredding Systems, Inc. has manufactured industry proven shredder solutions globally since 1980. Our shredders are versatile, effective, and ready to be fully integrated into the waste reduction systems already present in your process. We offer a full range of single shaft, two shaft, and four shaft shredders as well as primary reducers and compaction solutions. Contact us today find the right solution today.

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Baling Machines Industry Information

Baling Machines

Baling machines are devices designed to compress materials into a bale for storage, transport, or handling. A bale is a bundle that is tightly wrapped and bound with hoops or cords.

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Applications of Baling Machines

Baling machines are frequently used in industrial recycling applications, but they can also be used for agricultural purposes. Baling machines come in many different configurations and are versatile machines, as they can assist in the recycling of paper, plastic, metal, and many other materials.

Baling Machine Design and Function

Baling machines come in several forms, each producing a different type of bale, either cylindrical or rectangular, of various sizes, bound by twine, strapping, netting, or wire.

Some baling machines are stationary, while others can be towed behind a towing vehicle, like a tow truck or a tractor. The design of a baling machine can vary greatly depending on its intended application. Hay baling machines, for instance, feature tines to move the hay and hydraulic arms to compress it, but other machines may not have tines at all.

Notable Types of Baling Machines

While there may be many different types of baling machines, each baling machine is designed with a particular purpose in mind, making it much easier to find the right baler for a given application. Industrial baling machines are separated into two main groups: horizontal baling machines and vertical baling machines.

Horizontal baling machines are typically larger than vertical balers, and often utilize conveyors or hoppers to feed material into the machine. As the material is fed into the machine, it is compressed using horizontal forces, formed into a large brick shape, and passed out through the opposite side of the machine. On the other hand, vertical balers are usually loaded from the front and use a downward force to compress the waste material.

While both baling machines can process the same kinds of materials, horizontal balers often perform better in heavy duty, high volume recycling applications, while vertical balers are convenient for and perform well with other recycling applications, like with paper, cardboard, and other packaging products. In terms of operating space, vertical balers require far less floor space than horizontal balers, so they are an excellent option for customers with limited work space. Vertical balers, in general, are also less expensive than horizontal balers, but are usually more limited in capabilities.

Both types of baling machines offer their own sets of advantages and disadvantages, and many of the disadvantages can be alleviated through careful consideration and customization. Whatever a customer’s intended purpose, is it certain that a baling machine may be customized to fit his or her needs.



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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Ten Questions to Answer Before Buying a Baler by Harmony Enterprises

How Do You Know When You Need a Baler? Business owners and facilities managers can easily tell when it is time to purchase a baler.  Commodities like cardboard, aluminum, paper, textiles, plastics, and non-ferrous metals can accumulate and create unsafe work environments.  It is expensive to pay waste haulers to take these items away with the rest of the trash.  It is also not environmentally sustainable to add these valuable items to the already overpopulated waste stream and shrinking landfills.  These goods also represent a potential additional revenue stream for... Read More About This