How does the baler work?

Time-saving and easy waste handling

  1. Fill your plastic or cardboard waste into the baler.
  2. A full-light indicator tells you when the chamber is full.
  3. Tie off and eject the finished bale.
  4. Remove the bale and store until collection.

Safe and easy to operate

Our equipment has the highest level of safety
Don't settle with less!

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As quiet as an air conditioner

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Connect, monitor and analyze your equipment

With our BRA-IN monitoring solution you can make faster and better decisions while reducing your costs of operation*.

  • check Automated pick-ups and alerts possible
  • check Online access to live status of your equipment
  • check Output documentation possible

*Requires BRA-IN modem and subscription

Buy or rent?

  1. Buy - you own it.
  2. Lease to own (financing) – you own it.
  3. Rent – we own it, but service is included.

Whether we own or you own, we can always customize a PM program for your needs.

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Service & maintenance

Get a customized service and maintenance plan with
your Bramidan baler.

We recommend you get a customized service plan for your baler – it will prolong the life expectancy of your machine significantly.  We offer nationwide service and build the right plan for your needs.

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Order strapping and wire

Order consumables like baling wire or strapping for your balers online. If you need help finding the right type for your machine, check our consumables overview.

Click here to ORDER strapping and baling wire

Who uses our vertical balers?

Many types of customers use our balers for compaction of waste:

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Retail Stores

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Webshop – Own Distribution

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Distribution & Warehouse

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Industry & Manufacturing

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Fast Food Chains

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Recycling Stations

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Waste Handling Companies

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Public Sector

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Questions asked about this baler

A vertical baler is a machine that uses extreme force to compress loose waste material into a tight bundle, or bale.

You place your loose cardboard or soft plastic waste into the baler via the filling opening. Inside the machine, a strong press plate pushes the material downwards. Retainers in the chamber prevent the material from expanding and keep the waste material down when not under pressure. This makes the bale as compact and tight as possible.

You continuously place waste in the baler until you have accumulated enough compacted waste to make a bale. The bale is tied of manually by wire or plastic strapping. Bales come in different sizes and weights depending on the size of your baler.

A baler enables you to sort your waste directly at the source; and bales are easy to handle and take up little space. They also make transportation and waste disposal convenient and easy.

We offer a wide range of baler designs to choose from to suit your individual needs in terms of waste type, volume, size and ease of use.

Our specialists are ready to advise you on the type of baler that will best suit the needs of your business. Please contact a member of our team for further information.

No, our machines are very easy and simple to operate.

Just press a single button to start the automatic press cycle and walk away. Use the threaded spindle to open the lower hatch when the bale is finished. With our unique pre-load strapping system, tying the bale is also a very simple manoeuvre.

All balers in our range of small footprint balers use a single-phase power supply for easy installation.

Our small model X10 is standard 3-phase but is also available in a single-phase power supply.


Questions? Get in touch today

Emily May

Sales and Service Manager

phone312 261 6010

mailwebinquiries@bramidan.com

Emily May

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