Bramidan is one of Europe's leading suppliers of baler and compactor solutions.

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Baler B4

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Baler X25

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Baler X30 Galvanized FD

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Baler B30 Wide SD

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Where to buy?

Get in contact with our well-trained and experienced distributors. They are ready to help you with the right choice of balers.

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About us

We develop and produce machines for compaction of recyclable waste. We have a strong brand in the market with more than 40 years' experience and a wide global network.


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Years' experience

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What we aim for...

We want to offer the best and most competitive solutions for waste volume compaction in the business. How?

  • check Focus on 10 years Total Cost of Ownership
  • check Prove that we are the right choice over time
  • check Understand our customers and their needs

Together with us, our customers will recycle waste in a better, more efficient and much cheaper way.


Is a waste baler safe in use for employees?

29/09/2021 Is a waste baler a safe machine to use with no risk of injuries to the operator? Which safety standards should the machine meet and what does this mean in practice? Read more

Compact your aluminium cans in a baler and save valuable floor space

16/06/2021 In Quebec the company Solucan needed a solution to handle their off-print cans. Our distributor Kernic Systems recommended the galvanized baler PC24 HD for efficient compaction of their waste cans. Read more

Small or large balers - what will work in your company?

04/05/2021 Read more about what you should consider when looking for the right size of baler for your waste compaction. Read more

Balers for plastic waste - all you need to know

27/04/2021 Compaction of waste fractions like soft plastic (LDPE), but also hard plastic (HDPE), PET bottles, Big-Bags and even plastic drums, how do you deal with it? Read more