When buying a horizontal recycling baler machine, there are a few things that the seller may not explicitly tell you. Here are some of the things that you may not be told:

1. Maintenance costs:  The seller may not mention the ongoing maintenance costs associated with the machine, including the likelihood of major component life expectancy and costs, such as cylinders and pumps. It’s important to factor in these costs when budgeting for the machine.

2.  Installation and setup: The seller may not tell you about the installation and setup requirements for the machine. These include electrical control wiring, hydraulic oil, baling wire and rigging equipment.

3. Training: The seller may not provide adequate training on how to operate and maintain the machine. It’s important to ensure that you and your staff are properly trained to operate and maintain the machine safely and efficiently.

4. Warranty and support: The seller may not provide detailed information on the warranty and support offered with the machine. It’s important to ensure that you understand the warranty terms and conditions and that the seller provides adequate support in case of any issues with the machine.

It’s important to ask the seller about these factors and ensure that you have a clear understanding of all the costs and requirements associated with the machine before making a purchase.

At Excel, we can provide a pre-installation direction with a comprehensive checklist of all the things you will need and need to do. Our detailed parts and maintenance manual and highly skilled phone technical support will guide you through installation and ongoing maintenance.