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

Safe and easy to operate

As quiet as an air conditioner

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*.

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  • check Online access to live status of your equipment
  • check Output documentation possible

*Requires BRA-IN modem and subscription

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

The size and weight of the bale depends on waste type and the size of your baler.

Machines in our series of small footprint balers make bales that are easy to handle. Baler models B3 and B4 can even be set to make bales that are no heavier than 25-30 kg.

Bales from our small series weigh between 30-100 kg (for cardboard) and 40-130 kg (for plastic). Such bales can easily be removed from the baler with a trolley. Simply eject the bale onto the trolley and move it.

Bales made by machines in our range of Medium Sized Balers fit on a standard EUR pallet. They weigh between 200-350 kg (for cardboard bales) and 250-450 kg (for plastic bales), and you remove them with a pallet truck or fork lift.

Our Large Size Balers compact bales as heavy as 375-600 kg (cardboard) and 400-650 (plastic).
If you want to know the exact measurements of the bales, please check the machine specifications.

Bramidan balers are very safe to operate. The safety around our solutions meets the highest standard. Our machines comply with the highest European safety standard, EN16500.

All moving parts are placed inside the machine to protect the user. To eject the finished bale the operator uses a two-hand ejection system, standing safely next to the machine.

If you compact recyclable waste in a baler – like cardboard and soft plastic, you reduce your overall waste handling costs.

When you reduce the volume of your waste, you need less waste collections and rental of containers. You save space in your warehouse or stockroom, you improve internal logistics and make work flows more efficient.

Let all these benefits be yours – contact us today to hear how we can help you find a baler solution for your needs.

Questions? Get in touch today

Mette Nielsen

Sales Coordinator

phone+45 7517 3266

Mette Nielsen

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