Industrial Baler Manufacturers and Suppliers

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  • Anywhere You Need Us: Himes Service Company, Inc.

    Industrial Balers At Himes Service Company, Inc., your success is our success. Founded in Waco, Texas, by Buddy Himes, Himes Service Company has been providing expertise for our customers since 1997. Your one-stop shop, Himes Service Company has all of your recycling equipment needs. We are the only stop you need to make for all new and used equipment, parts and service. Himes Service Company provides sales and service on most major brands of scrap processing and recycling equipment including balers, conveyors, shredders, sort systems, chip processors, densifiers, and shears...

  • International Baler Corporation: Helping Companies Recycle

    Industrial Balers International Baler Corporation has over 60 years of experience with converting industrial waste from a necessary cost into an added stream of profits through recycling. We have been a leader in design and manufacturing of commercial and industrial recycling equipment, shipping worldwide. We offer the largest and most diversified product line in the industrial baler industry and have over 150 years of combined experience in engineering and manufacturing in this industry. Read more......

  • Harmony Enterprises, Inc: Solid Waste Management

    Industrial Balers Harmony Enterprises, Inc. is a third generation family business on the cutting edge of solid waste management. Our company was started over 40 years ago and set the standards in the industrial baling industry early on. We have now become a global leader in designing and manufacturing solid waste equipment. Read more......

  • Industrial Balers to Protect the Environment

    Photo courtesy of Balemaster Whenever I see footage or a photo of a sea animal caught in a trash bag, or a plastic ring that was used to hold pop bottles, I get one of the worst sinking feelings in my stomach. It is so tragic that a simple piece of garbage can have such negative effects if not disposed of. When a dolphin or shark gets caught in one of these, it will often get entangled and suffocate. Often, it is a complete accident. It may not have been...

  • Speeding up the Recycling Process with Metal Balers

    Global warming was once just hollow words to most of us. Now, it is finally being regarded as a tragic fact by nearly everyone. True, many people do still hold out against this saying its some crackpot theory or government hoax, but luckily those numbers are few and being lessened everyday. As temperatures of the ocean rise, killing off our reefs and slowly melting all of the artic glaciers, people are beginning to try to play their part. One of the best and easiest ways to do this is by...

  • Compacting For A Brighter Future

    Waste management is a huge problem facing the world today, especially when it comes to the monumental amount of industrial waste produced across the planet. The topic reminds me of images from movies set in the future like Idiocracy and Wall-E. I can clearly picture the eerie landscapes, those mountains and mountains of trash. And it's frightening because it's not such a far-fetched idea. It's hard to say what shape our planet will be in hundreds of years down the line, but we do have technology to help prevent that...

Industry Information

Industrial Balers

Industrial balers, also known as industrial baling machines or industrial baler machines, are generally large equipment utilized by automotive, plastic product manufacturing, industrial manufacturing, retail, food service, education, oil and agricultural industries every day. Usually made of steel, they are used to convert materials into bales for shipment and disposal, recycling and/or secondary processes. Bales, which are simply materials that have been compressed or compacted into and bound as bundles, are most often made up of waste and byproducts. The creation of bundles is advantageous because bundles, which are comparably dense and small, are easier to handle and less expensive to transport than unbundled waste.

A term often used interchangeable with baler is “compactor,” and while industrial balers and compactors perform quite similar duties, they are, in fact, different equipment. Mainly, they differ by function. First, while balers are most often paired with applications relating to recycling, trash and agricultural material compaction, compactors are more frequently used with waste that is intended for a landfill. Next, balers work by compacting and binding materials, whereas compactors usually compress and flatten materials. The materials that industrial balers are many and diverse. These include paper, cloth, plastic, metal, agricultural products such as hay and waste products like garbage. Industrial balers are essential tools for any recycling facility to have. Generally, compaction serves a routine part of the recycling process, especially of plastic and paper products like cans, bottles, jugs, cardboard, scrap paper, newspapers and shrink wrap. In fact, the compression of cardboard boxes may be the cause of the most frequent utilization of baler services, since cardboard is found is so many industries, because they take up so much space and because they are so easy to smash and recycle. Industrial balers are also quite important to waste facilities. Products that are sent to a landfill, rather than recycled, are often compacted because, in doing so, they take up less space.

By and large, industrial balers are divided into two categories: vertical and horizontal. They are named for the respective way in which they are loaded and the direction in which they process material; vertical balers are loaded over the top, while horizontal balers are loaded on the side. The main advantage of vertical balers is the fact that they produce far less waste and take up far less space than horizontal balers. However, they require manual unloading, which significantly slows the speed of their output. Horizontal balers, on the other hand, are far less space efficient and produce more waste than vertical balers, but they do offer the advantage of a greater load capacity. Less common and/or specialized types of industrial balers include auto tie balers, manual tie balers, two ram balers and tire baling machines. Auto tie balers are a type of horizontal baler, specially designed with automatic tying equipment. This equipment ties up the bales as they exit the machine. Auto tie balers are a good purchase to consider for use with bundles of material that are at risk for falling apart if they are not quickly bound. Manual tie balers, on the other hand, require the manual binding of bundles. Two ram balers, as their name suggests, use two hydraulic rams instead of one. Tire baling machines, using strong hydraulic arms, compress rubber tires only.

Most commonly, industrial balers are powered by an electric motor that works in conjunction with a hydraulic system that aids the process by reducing energy and heat loss. The area in which materials are loaded into an industrial baler is called the input area, and, depending on its configuration, material may enter the input area by hand, by air systems, by loader systems or by conveyor. Once inside the input area, materials are given the once of by pumps that, for the sake of worker safety and sanitation, remove any and all leftover liquids from the material. From here, the materials move into a chamber deeper inside the baler, where they are pounded, smashed or squeezed into a more compact form by a heavy and powerful ram. After this, the newly created bundles are usually bound with a form of plastic, wire or string. Note that industrial balers can either work on their own, or they can function as a member of system with a shredder and/or a conveyor. Any company interested in saving time, space and money and reducing their carbon footprint should invest in an industrial baler. They create more organized work environments, they simplify recycling and waste processes and they reduce emissions. In addition, they lower the costs associated with labor and material removal fees. For more information, interested parties should reach out to an experienced and reputable baler supplier or manufacturer.

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