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Cardboard Balers

Cardboard Balers, designed to compact large volumes of waste cardboard into manageable bales, saving you time, space, and disposal costs.

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Cardboard Balers Frequently asked Questions

What is a Cardboard Baler?

A cardboard baler is a machine that is specifically designed to compress cardboard waste into compact, manageable bales for easier handling, storage, and transportation. Cardboard balers are commonly used in businesses that generate a significant amount of cardboard waste, such as supermarkets, warehouses, recycling centres, and manufacturing plants. They help in waste management. and reduce disposal costs.

How does a Cardboard Baler work?

A cardboard baler operates by compacting loose cardboard into dense bales. Cardboard is loaded into the baler, then a hydraulic or mechanical press compresses it. The compacted cardboard is secured with wires or straps, forming a bale. The bale is then ejected, ready for easy storage, transport, or sale to recycling facilities.

What type of cardboard should be placed in a baler?

A baler can accept various types of cardboard, making it a versatile piece of equipment for waste management. This includes:

  1. Corrugated Cardboard (OCC): This is the most common type of cardboard and is widely used in packaging and shipping boxes. It’s ideal for baling due to its durability and recyclability.
  2. Cardboard Cartons: These include food and drink packaging, such as cereal boxes and milk cartons.
  3. Paperboard or Chipboard: This thinner, less durable type of cardboard, often used in packaging consumer goods, can also be baled.

Before placing cardboard in a baler, ensure it’s free of contaminants like food waste, plastic wrap, or metal. Cardboard should also be flattened to improve the efficiency of the baling process. Always consult the baler’s manual or manufacturer to confirm the types of materials suitable for your specific model.

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