Hydraulic Baler Guide
Balers are designed to compact empty boxes, paper, clothing or other bulk materials into manageable bundles that can be disposed of or recycled. You can reduce fire hazards and free up space by eliminating the clutter.
Balers can typically be found in back-room or waste-disposal areas where several boxes or other items need to be disposed of or recycled in as efficient a manner as possible. It’s also common practice to bale T-shirts, jeans and other fabrics together for shipment to recycling or donation facilities.
SJF offers a few different types of balers:
This baler is the toughest and most reliable vertical downstroke baler on the market today. It can apply over 67,000 pounds of compaction force to crush even the most stubborn of cardboard into bales weighing up to 1,100 pounds.
Low Profile Baler:
This space-saving hydraulic downstroke baler is engineered to produce dense mill-sized bales, despite the fact that it operates under an 8 foot ceiling and requires significantly less floor space than conventional downstroke balers.
This model’s low height and small space requirements make it possible to loacte it virtually anywhere in your facility where you want to reduce labor and save space.
This low profile space saver hydraulic baler is engineered with the same safety and operating features of our larger balers. Double safety interlocks, including both an electromechanical limit switch and a photocell system, along with elimination of all shear and pinch points make this an extremely safe and efficient baler.