Scrap Baling Presses / Scrap Balers - How it works
Hydraulic scrap baling presses find
applications in making required bale of any metal scrap, paper scrap, cotton
bale, jute bale and plastic scrap. The capacity of these presses includes
different tonnage specifications as per the with two chambers for fast
production. Moreover, these presses have either manual hand lever operated
arrangement or push button operated - automatic / PLC (programmable)
control. Depending upon materials or the requirements, the scrap bailing
presses can shape scrapes into round shape, rectangular shape, square shape,
cylindrical shape and other shapes, as desired. The scrapes are simply
rolled up inside the baler using rubberized belts, fixed rollers or a
combination of rollers and belts. When the bale reaches a determined size,
appropriate binding or wrapping can be achieved.
The back of the baler is opened up and the bale is discharged. Balers
typically produce bales in different diameters. The bales weigh from 500 to
600 kg, depending upon size, material and dampness. Balers have curved box
design and larger loading chamber that efficiently process bulky loose scrap
and gauge material down to manageable dimension and wide variable length
bundles. The operator controls the 3-way compression process from the
operator cab. Final compression is fully automatic. Increased hydraulic
power allows the operator to sort and stack material during the automatic
baling cycle eliminating lost labor time and minimizing the labor cost per
ton. Hydraulic balers are solidly-built to withstand the demands of the job.
These machines prove that there is no substitute for them.