Questions to Answer Before Buying a Horizontal Auto Tie Baler

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There are different types of horizontal auto tie ballers. The ex-series balers are good for paper, cardboard, newspaper, aluminum, tin, PET and HDPE. They are also good for recycling items like paper and other products. Ex-series ballers are durable, efficient and productive. The HV Series balers bale newspapers, office paper, magazines, and aluminum. They are designed to be indestructible allowing them to bale radiators, insulated wires, and aluminum siding. The HV series has two ram power in one ram baler.

 The 2R series are known for their functionality and quality and eliminating the need for a full-time operator. The signature series ballers are innovative and durable with capabilities for high volume recycling. Bailing shredded documents is important and provides information security and effective management. The revenues generated directly are affected by the proper handling of the bailed materials. 

Balers are selected by the material that will need to be bailed by them and by the volume. Horizontal balers are normally used to bale shredded paper from a plant-based shredder or a mobile shredding truck. The horizontal baler’s hydraulic compressor compresses materials loaded into a vertical chute. The higher the horsepower the more materials that can be processed. 

Balers can be costly but buying a high-quality well-maintained baler will provide years of service. When buying a baler find out the age and history of the baler. The make, model, serial number, and specifications are also important to know. The owner’s manual and a guarantee from the manufacturer that the baler will be fully supported guarantees quality overtime. Understanding the warranty and what costs are covered by it will provide adequate coverage for the baler. In some warrantees freight, unloading, installation, electrical work, start-up, and operator training are not included unless predetermined before purchase. 

Training for safety and maintenance is imperative for personnel operating the baler. When buying used balers consult an equipment provider. Used balers are available on eBay, liquidators, and brokers however they lack information on proper testing, safety, and the proper application specifications having an equipment provider will help with the lack of info available. 

New balers are available through representatives or dealers and come with good support due to their connections with manufacturers. Old balers and equipment can be traded in with a fair value. Customer support provided throughout the weekends is a necessity and is needed during the times most people are likely to be bailing materials. The proper selection of equipment provides a valuable return from the investment. 

When Cardboard, aluminum, paper, textiles, plastics, and other materials began to overflow and create hazardous work environments it is time to purchase a baler. The materials being baled will determine the most appropriate baler to purchase. Recycling is another factor to consider when purchasing as it can generate another income revenue. The frequency of bailing will determine the size and power of the equipment needed. The height of the work area will affect the type of baler that will be purchased. Voltage has to be supported for the baler to operate making voltage an important factor to be considered. Budge affects which type of baler is available there are also balers available to be rented. 

Time is another factor that determines when a baler is installed and needs to be agreed upon early on with manufacturers. Additional features can be added to balers to personalize and make it more efficient. A horizontal auto tie baler can take up space due to their length of 40 feet. However, they are convenient in the sense they can be in-ground or above ground and can recycle numerous materials in large amounts.