Horizontal balers compress materials by the use of horizontal rams instead of vertical ones. Some horizontal balers have two rams instead of one, a feature that makes the compression process faster and more efficient.
Despite being larger and more expensive than downstroke balers, horizontal balers have several advantages over vertical ones
As the name suggests, vertical balers, also called downstroke balers compress and compact materials by using a downward force.
The material to be compacted is placed on a pan, the gate is closed, and the ram descends from the roof, compressing it all into a single cube.
Higher Processing Volume
Horizontal balers can compress a lot more material at a much faster rate than vertical balers. This makes them perfect for industrial applications at places like recycling plants.
Consistency of the Bale
Horizontal balers can create larger bales and also bales of more consistent size and weight. This greatly simplifies the storage and transport of the bales.
Horizontal bales can be combined with other systems like shredders and conveyor belts to form an assembly line-like system.
Increased Processing Capacity
Horizontal balers can compress nearly everything thrown in them. They also outperform vertical balers in the number of bales they can make in an hour.
Vertical balers take up less space than horizontal balers, allowing you to squeeze them into tighter spots. But you do have to check your baler specifications for how much ceiling clearance you need. The baler still needs room to move.
Vertical balers cost a lot less than horizontal balers, making them a cost-effective option for small to medium-sized enterprises.
Vertical balers can compress the same variety of materials as their larger and costlier horizontal counterparts despite their size.
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