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Clothes Baler For Sale

A major factor that can be overlooked in the discussion on balers is the extent of just what you can use them for. Of course, the general consensus is that balers are highly useful in the baling of recyclable materials such as cardboard, paper and plastics, and though these materials are a primary reason for […]

Mobile Balers with Generators

What are the possibilities of using a generator to power a mobile baler? With mobile balers comes the ability to take them on the road, perhaps to tour events such as fayres, fêtes or festivals. This portability saves on skip pickup and CO2 emissions as a result of frequent pickups. Through the use of a […]

Miniature Waste Compactors

Typically, waste compactors are rather large. However, when you’re in the market for a compactor, it’s common to want one that will take up less space than what is typical. This can be due to a number of factors: from not having the space on your site to logistically fit a large compactor, to not […]
Strautmann BalePress53

Where is all my cardboard?

“What have you done with all our cardboard?? Where’s it all gone?…. this shed is usually full of the stuff every day! Now there’s just this weird machine that looks a bit like The Tardis….” Maybe we should rename our Strautmann BalePress53 waste cardboard baler, ‘The Tardis’….it does hold some 10 plus m3 of empty […]

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Estimated Weekly Volumes

Based on a 50kg per m3 material density
Visual Size Guide
1100L bin
55kg approx.
8 yard skip
300kg approx.
16 yard skip
600kg approx.
40 yard skip
1500kg approx.