Twin Chamber Balers

Keep adding chambers until you compact all your recyclables!

Perfect if you only have space for one machine but need a recycling compactor for multiple materials like cardboard, plastic films, tins/cans and plastics bottles like PET or PS plant pots.

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Twin chamber up to six chambers

Bales up to 280kg each

Low power consumption 4kw motor

Large infeed aperture

Auto cycle down and return

Fast pump cycle of 33 seconds

Bale full indicator for uniform bales

Push button controls with diagnostics

Safe bale door latch system & interlocks

Easy and safe twine threading, tie off bales in minutes

Two handed control for safe bale ejection

Internal or external installation

 

Space saving design

Size 2810L x 1180W x 2550H (1840H for transport) mm


Power requirement 

400V, 16A, 3 phase, D Type Breaker
 

One Machine for all your needs

The Strautmann MK 1100 twin chamber baler is a high quality, German built machine, designed to be safe, fast and easy to use.

 

Ideal for sites generating two or more recycling streams, the MK 1100 enables producers of medium to high volumes of cardboard, polythene and other compactable waste to cut costs and improve their operational efficiency.

This recycling compactor is a medium range machine with its 20 metric tonne press force, producing bale weights up to 280kg.

Loading is quick and easy through its 1100mm long x 700mm wide feed opening(s).

Ejected bales are 1130 x 730 x 800mm in size.

 

The MK 1100 features a number of labour-efficient, patented systems that guarantee a long working life and significantly lower lifetime cost compared with other twin chamber balers on the market.

 

​Our twin chamber recycling baler comes in several sizes, please see data sheets at the bottom of this page for full details.

 

How do you use a twin+ chamber baler?

To compact recyclables the moveable press plate is safely moved by two-hand control from one chamber to the other. For the compaction of more recyclable streams the number of press chambers can be increased. Therefore with various types of recyclables such as cardboard packaging and film, a bale is produced without temporary storage being required for the materials.