Balers for aluminium cans and drums
Utilize space better - compress empty aluminum cans, metal buckets and barrels
You get a lot more room for storage when you use a baler to compress light metal like food and beverage cans or a drum press for empty metal buckets from paint and oil barrels.
Which waste type do you have?
Empty aluminum cans can advantageously be compressed in a baler. Our X-Series balers are a good choice because of the high press force and long stroke.
To ensure the stability of the finished bale, you can put a layer of cardboard in the bottom and top of the bale. At times, wrapping the finished bale with stretch film may be a good idea.
Empty cans and metal containers can be difficult to compact; therefore, you need a strong machine. The press plate must penetrate deep into the material to achieve a stable bale that can be held together; thus having a long stroke. All of the balers in our X Series have this.
Place a layer of cardboard on the bottom and top of the bale to ensure the stability of the finished bale.
Drums and buckets
Steel drums or metal buckets are used for oil and paint, for example. Empty steel drums often take up a lot of space. If the drums are collected in containers for disposal, this means transporting a lot of empty air.
You can instead compact drums and metal buckets in our drum press. This makes them completely flat so they can be stacked, and therefore only occupy minimal space.
We recommend these balers for aluminum cans and drums:
Small baler for cans
Our PC24 HD Galvanized is a small baler that can compact aluminum cans into small compact bales.
Push the air out of your drums
Drum press DP16 compresses both oil drums and metal buckets. Doing this cuts costs on transportation and disposal.
Strong galvanized baler
If you have larger amounts of metal buckets and cans with residual liquids, an X30 galvanized baler will be advantageous. It has a robust surface and high press force.