Two-ram construction in a single-ram baler: The EXCEL HV9 and HV10 have the revolutionary single-sheet, interlocking construction found in our two-ram balers. The floor and side sheets are all single sheets, cut to fit together for indestructible construction. The HV9 and HV10 bale newspaper, office paper, magazines, OCC, PET, HOPE, and aluminum and tin cans without preconditioning. Their extra heavy-duty construction allows the HVs to also bale painted aluminum siding, radiators, aluminum extrusion and insulated wires.
• Extreme duty applications
• Multimaterial handlers
• Nonferrous processors
The EXCEL Model HV9 and HV10 bale the following materials:
Office paper, newspaper, OCC, magazines, PET, HOPE, aluminum and tin cans, painted aluminum siding, insulated wire, aluminum extrusions, radiators, copper and other materials.
Standard Features Include:
AUTOMATIC CLOSED END BALING PRESS
HEIGHT : 62” Loading 52 1/2” Frame (158cm)
LENGTH : 179” (455cm)
WIDTH : 77” (196cm)
CHAMBER : 47”L (119cm) x 60”W (152cm) x 30”H (76cm)
FEED OPENING : 54”W (137cm) x 35”L (89cm)
BALER SHIPPING WEIGHT : 18,760 lbs. (8,509kg) (as shown)
PUMP : 34 gal. (130 liters) Pressure Compensated HorsePower Limited Piston Pump, 4,000 PSI Rated
DIRECTIONAL VALVE : D08 Pattern, Hi-Flow Cushion Shift Design
CYLINDERS : (2) 6” (15cm) Bore x 74” (188cm) Strokex 4” (10cm) Hard Chrome Rod
OIL RESERVOIR : 105 gal. (399 liters)
DOOR LATCH CYL. : N/A
MOTOR : TEFC 208, 230, 460 Volt, 60 Hertz, 3 Phase
ENCLOSUR : NEMA 12 Rated, UL Approved
CONTROLS : UL/CUL/CE Approved, NEMA 12 Rated
HYD SYSTEM PRESSURE : 4,000 PSI (276 Bar)
OVERALL PLATEN FORCE : 159,400 lbs. (72 tonne)
PLATEN PSI : 92 PSI (6.33 BAR)
CYCLE TIME : 46 sec. – 30 sec. Short Stroke
TARGET BALE SIZE : 60”L (152cm) x 48”W (122cm) x 30”H (76cm)
BALE WEIGHTS *
OCC : 1,200 lbs. (544kg) TPH 2.4
MAGAZINES : 2,000 lbs. (907kg) TPH 5
NEWSPAPER : 1,500 lbs. (680kg) TPH 4.5
OFFICE PAPER : 1,600 lbs. (726kg) TPH 4.8
HDPE : 1,100 lbs. (499kg) TPH 1.7
PET : 800 lbs. (363kg) TPH 1.1 (May vary with percent of capped bottles)
ALUMINUM CANS : 625 lbs. (284kg) TPH 1.9
TIN CANS : 1,200 lbs. (544kg) TPH 3
Full-ejection horizontal recycling balers are best used for baling materials that are heavier and denser, such as metals, plastic bottles and textiles. The full-ejection design of these balers means that the bales are ejected from the chamber after they are formed, which allows for a more efficient and continuous baling process.
The full-ejection design also reduces the risk of materials becoming jammed in the baler, which can result in downtime and increased maintenance costs. This makes full-ejection horizontal recycling balers a good option for businesses and organizations that need to handle high volumes of dense or heavy materials and want to minimize downtime and maintenance requirements.
Another advantage of full-ejection horizontal recycling balers is their ability to produce uniform bales, which can result in higher recovery values. The full-ejection design ensures that each bale is compact and uniform in size, which can make it easier to transport and process the materials.
Overall, full-ejection horizontal recycling balers are a good option for businesses and organizations that need a reliable and efficient baling solution for dense or heavy materials, such as metal or plastic recycling facilities, textile manufacturers or industrial companies. They are particularly well-suited for situations where a high throughput of materials is required, and downtime and maintenance costs need to be minimized.
Full-penetration, closed-door horizontal balers are typically best used for volumes of baling ranging between two bales per day to 100 tons per month. They are used for more difficult to bale materials, such as metals, plastic bottles and sheet paper. They are far more efficient than vertical balers and more cost-effective and versatile than open-end balers.
Full-penetration closed-end balers are also often used in situations where space is limited, as the small footprint and inline feed configuration saves valuable floor space.
Another advantage of these balers is their ability to fully eject bales after tie-off. This results in an easy changeover of material grades. It also eliminates cross-contamination between bales.\
Overall, full-penetration closed-end recycling balers are a good option for businesses and organizations that generate large volumes of material or difficult to bale materials.
A baler is a machine that is used to compress and bind recyclable materials such as cardboard, paper, plastics, and metals into compact and manageable bales. Baling is an important step in the recycling process for several reasons:
Saves space: Baling compresses the recyclable materials into dense, space-saving bales that take up less storage space. This is especially important in facilities where space is limited.
Improves efficiency: Baling reduces the number of trips required to transport the recyclable materials, thus improving efficiency and reducing transportation costs.
Increases revenue: Baled materials have a higher value in the recycling market than loose materials because they are easier to handle and transport. This means that baling can increase the revenue earned from selling recyclable materials.
Enhances safety: Baling reduces the risk of workplace injuries and accidents by keeping the recyclable materials contained and organized.
Overall, using a baler for recycling is a cost-effective and efficient way to manage and transport recyclable materials while reducing the environmental impact of waste.