Revolutionise your approach to plastic waste with Kenburn’s Plastic Balers. Expertly crafted for peak efficiency and sustainability. All of our plastic balers offer a superior solution for managing waste effectively, ensuring a greener footprint and streamlined operations in one intelligent package.

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Discover the ultimate solution in waste management with Kenburn’s range of Plastic Balers. Specially designed for operational efficiency and environmental sustainability, our balers are perfect for businesses seeking to streamline their plastic waste handling. Embrace a cleaner, greener approach and see the difference in your waste management strategy with Kenburn.


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Our Range of Plastic Balers

Our plastic balers are expertly designed to handle most types of plastic, providing a crucial tool in your recycling arsenal. These balers compress plastic waste into compact, recyclable blocks with an impressive compaction ratio of 8:1 compared to loose material.

Different types of plastic can yield varying revenues when compacted and recycled. Kenburn recognises this diversity, offering free, no-obligation site surveys to analyse the types and volumes of plastic waste your company produces. This service helps in guiding you towards the most lucrative recycling solutions and understanding how a plastic baler can fit into your operations.

Our range includes both vertical and horizontal balers, each suited to different scales of waste production. Vertical balers are ideal for bales up to 600kg, while horizontal options can handle bales over 1,000kg, perfect for larger volumes of plastic waste. Both types offer cost savings on your waste management, efficient storage solutions, reduced cross-contamination and enhanced sustainability.

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How Plastic Balers Function

Our plastic balers are equipped with sophisticated hydraulic systems designed for maximum efficiency. The baling process involves:

  1. Feeding baling wire or strapping tape through the machine.
  2. Loading the plastic waste into the baler once the top door is opened.
  3. Compacting the waste with a hydraulic ram.
  4. Repeating the loading process until the bale is full.
  5. Securing the compressed blocks with the wire or tape after a ‘full light’ indicates readiness.
  6. Ejecting the bale onto a pallet for easy handling.

Selecting the perfect plastic baler involves considering the volume of waste, types of plastic, and available space. Balers vary in capacity and are designed for different plastic types, such as PVC, HDPE, LDPE, PET, and PP.

It’s crucial to ensure the baler you choose can handle the specific plastics you produce. Additionally, consider the space for storing the baler and baled waste, ensuring it doesn’t hinder your operations.


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