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Waste Baler Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of waste baler manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top waste baler manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any waste baler company can design, engineer, and manufacture waste balers to meet your company’s specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach waste baler 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 trash compactors, cardboard balers, or baling presses of every type.

  • South Holland, IL 800-875-1038

    Maren Engineering Corporation manufactures balers with Smart Bale Technology. The Smart Baler has a designed tie system that allows for easy feed of bale wire without debris obstructing wire travel path. It can intelligently customize the size and weight of a bale in order to meet your shipping methods, communicate to production personnel, fix jams, improve productivity, and simplify maintenance.

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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 International Baler Corporation & our range of balers 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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  • Hendersonville, NC 828-696-2111

    At RCBC Global, we have established ourselves as pioneers of the waste-to-energy movement. We offer various types of new and used balers such as vertical, horizontal, logger balers, and many more. Our team will help you find a baler that fits within both your space requirements and your budget—all while ensuring waste is properly managed. When you choose RCBC, you choose an investment into the future of waste and pollution management.

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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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  • Mendham, NJ 973-543-3200

    Save nearly 80% on your trash hauling costs with the KenBay RotoPac industrial waste compactor. We manufacture and distribute: standard RotoPacs, hazardous waste HazPacs, SS marine industry SeaPacs, food industry SacPacs and explosion proof BlastPacs. We also sell vertical balers.

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  • Crown Point, IN 219-663-4525

    For over 60 years, Balemaster® has distinguished itself as the world's leading manufacturer of heavy duty reliable balers, shredders, hoggers, fluffers & perforators to meet nearly any requirement. We have equipment to meet your exact needs from a broad line of closed-door, auto-tier, wide-mouth & large feed hopper models--built to be the best & backed by flexible service programs.

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  • Wilsonville, OR 503-682-3633

    SSI Shredding Systems, Inc. contributes to the environment by helping industries maximize production efficiencies and minimize scrap and waste by-products. SSI is committed to the ongoing development of size reduction solutions for industry. Our equipment is the first step in almost any recycling or material reclamation process.

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Waste Balers

Waste balers are a type of heavy-duty machinery, used for the compression of waste materials into small bales or bundles. Waste balers can process a variety of waste materials, including odd sections of cardboard, foam rubber, plastic along with virtually any waste products that occur during production, including municipal solid waste. Waste balers are used not only for the compression and easy disposal of waste, but also to help create a secure bundle in which to transport waste to a repurposing or recycling facility.

A waste baler may be designed to fit the needs of its user, varying based on size and type of materials they wish to compress and transport. The basic design of a waste baler, however, consists of three main parts: the container, the compactor and the power unit. First, waste is collected in the container. Once it is full, the waste is compacted into a bundle or bale by the compactor. Commonly, this compaction is followed by a wrapping process. Wrapping waste bales helps further protect them for future use. It does so by protecting the bundle from water damage and by making sure it is contained, lessening the likelihood of issues like wind-blown litter, odors, vermin or damage caused by dislodged waste.

Waste balers are an advantageous purchase or rental for a number of reasons. Waste balers often make it possible to collect even the smallest pieces or shards for baling, like unsellable pieces of textile cloth or shards of scrap metal. Additionally, they are an economical choice for waste collection and transport, whether that is for the purpose of disposal, recycling or selling to another company for repurposing. An indirect benefit of waste balers is the revenue created by this efficient collection and redistribution system. Depending on the size of your business and the extent of your compacting needs, you may consider purchasing a waste baler with which to economically dispose of and redistribute your leftover material and waste. When considering a waste baler, ask yourself the following questions: “What do I plan to bale?” “What is the largest size of the majority of the material?” “How much material will be baled at the busiest hour?” “How will the baler be fed?” “How will the bales be stored?” “What is the shipping method?” “Is there a maximum weight on the shipping conveyance?” and “Will the bales be tied manually or automatically?” Keeping these questions in mind, you will be on your way to making a fantastic investment.

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