How does the X50 Galvanized baler work?
Time-saving and easy waste handling
- Fill your plastic or cardboard waste into the baler.
- A full-light indicator tells you when the chamber is full.
- Tie off and eject the finished bale.
- Remove the bale and store until collection.
As quiet as an air conditioner
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Who uses our vertical balers?
Many types of customers use our balers for compaction of waste:
Questions asked about this baler
Yes, you can. Our X-series balers can compact PET bottles.
PET material is widely known from soft drink and water bottles, but you will also find PET material used for e.g. drinking cups and smaller food containers.
Before compacting plastic bottles, you need to perforate them or take off the lids. If you don’t, the bottles will contain a lot of air and the bale will not be as tight and compact.
To make the finished PET bale more stabile when compacting in a vertical baler, we recommend that you put a layer of cardboard at the bottom and on top of the finished bale.
All types of cans! You can compress aluminium cans, tin cans, paint cans, food cans etc. All types of hazardous and non-hazardous cans op to 30 litres, but you can’t compress pressurised spray cans.
Yes, you can compact aluminium waste in our X30 and X50 balers.
To get the tightest bales, it is important that the aluminium is compacted very hard from the very first press cycle. Our X-series balers have long internal cylinders and can reach the bottom of the baler with a very hard press force. This is called a long stroke. The result is optimally compressed aluminium waste, even if the baler is almost empty.
We recommend that you put a layer of cardboard on the top and at the bottom of the bale to keep it stabile. You may also benefit from wrapping plastic film around the finished bale.
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