- Semi automatic
- Throughput to 4.5 tonnes per hour
- 4 wire ties
- Bale weights up to 600kg
- Extremely compact
Highly reliable, built to last and low on energy usage, these Balers are extremely cost-effective to run. All models in the range offer pre-programmable electrical control systems, semi or fully automatic bale tying and a variety of optional extras that can configure these modular machines to suit any customer requirement.
Horizontal balers are the best solution when handling large volumes of packaging materials or waste. The bales produced will either be binded manually by the operator or fully automatically.
The highly-compacted bales require minimum storage space and can be transported easily and cost effectively. The waste material is loaded onto a conveyor and fed into a feeding chute on the horizontal baler. The press cycle is activated by a light-sensitive barrier integrated into the feeding chute, and the speed of the press-ram is controlled according by pressure values. The overall pressing cycle is controlled and adapted to the pressure, time and distance parameters. The ram is retracted automatically to the basic position and the pressing cycle restarts.
Longevity and low power requirement as well as high reliability of the machine guarantee high efficiency of Avermann horizontal balers. These high-performance balers are fitted with output-controlled drive pumps. They consume less energy at the maximum performance level.
The Avermann fully-automatic horizontal balers operate according to the ‘cutting edge‘ principle. In this type of operation, the cutting knife is brought on the upper side of the press ram. Counter knives are also fitted within the machine framework. The waste material is put into the feeding chute of the press and is inserted into the channel by means of a press-ram. Any material that projects beyond the press-ram is cut out with two knives. Should the press-ram fail to shear any pre-compressed material, a free rammer is automatically activated, which presses the material downwards in front of the counter-knife. This is followed by the compression stroke.
As soon as the bale reaches the pre-set size, it is automatically strapped with a wire. The number of wires depends on the type of machine.
The standard models of AVOS 1410 A5 has 5-fold vertical strapping.
The AVOS 1410 A5 is especially designed for the requirements of the waste management companies, to enable them to use one baler for pressing all materials, including the difficult ones. The binding 5 fold vertical strapping ensures solid bales. The machines can be delivered from 37 up to 90 kW engines; the press force is between 70 and 100 tons. The throughput can be up to 20 tons per hour; bale dimensions are 1100 x 750 x adjustable length (up to 700 kg).
The standard models of AVOS 1410 B5, AVOS 1810 B5 and AVOS 2010 B5 have 5-fold strapping.
AVOS horizontal balers with optional cross binding, type AVOS 1410 B5 and AVOS 1810 B5 have a 5-fold vertical and 3-fold horizontal strapping and are especially recommended for compacting plastic materials or big bags.
Avermann’s biggest baler AVOS 2010 B5 can also be supplied with cross binding (option). In this case the binding is: 5-fold vertically and 3-fold horizontally.
The AVOS 1410 B5 and the AVOS 1810 B5 have 5 fold vertical strapping and optionally cross binding, with 5 fold vertical and 3 fold horizontal strapping.
The AVOS 1810 has 5-fold vertical strapping.
The AVOS 1810 RK has 5 fold vertical and 3 fold horizontal strapping.
The AVOS 1410 B5 delivers optimum compaction of expansive goods and saleable recyclable materials. This baler offers outstanding performance. The guiding of the press ram can be either on plastic rails or steel rollers. Additionally, the drive of the B5 baler can be provided via one or two energy saving, powerful hydraulic pumps. The 5-fold binding system guarantees inherently stable bales – even with bulky materials.
By using the AVOS 1810 B5 the compaction of large volumes of waste can be achieved both quickly and safely. The guiding of the press ram guiding is either on plastic rails or steel rollers according to requirements. To compact fine-grained and highly expansive materials the AVOS 1810 B5 can be equipped with a cross-binding unit. The high throughput is achieved via either one or two energy saving, high performing hydraulic pumps. The state-of-the-art key transfer system provides the highest safety standard for operating safety.
Options on the 1810 B5 include: multifunctional touch-screen display for function and signal queries, feeding conveyor to fill the baler evenly and continuously, the AVERMANN special press ram for pressing bulky materials, the press ram guiding either on plastic rails or steel rollers.
The press force on Avermann horizontal balers with automatic binding ranges from 300 kN to 1700 kN. All machines can be fitted with a variety of optional special equipment such as the special press ram on the AVOS 1410 where the slots are released for the lances to go through during the binding process.
Semi-automatic horizontal baler model AVOS 141, AVOS 147and AVOS 181, the bales are strapped manually by the baler operator. As soon as the bale is firmly compacted, the machine signals that the bale can be be strapped.
Quick-locking wires are used for binding, which are fastened together at the end of the existing loops.
In addition to 4-fold strapping, the machines can be also delivered with a cross-strapping option. Manual cross-binding enables smooth and easy compaction of bulky, difficult-to-compress materials into inherently stable bales.
Optional special equipment includes for example, material re-holders and pre-press flaps, allow the compaction of foam, latex, viscose, and spring steels.
The press force of balers with manual binding equals 500 kN.
Please take a look at the AVOS checksheet which will help you identify which Avermann baler is suitable for your waste streams and the brochure detailing the range of fully automatic balers with automatic binding and semi automatic balers with manual binding
Our Horizontal Balers from Avermann are versatile, cost effective and efficient and can form an integral part of any waste management chain. By removing and baling recyclable waste from your general waste you will save space, time and money.