Vertical balers are very popular because they’re easy to use and don’t require much space. Most recycling facilities use them, especially if they process low to moderate amount of recycling material on a daily basis. Vertical balers are also more affordable compared to other options available in the market, which helps newly established recycling facilities, as the initial investment is quite low. Vertical balers have special requirements when it comes to baling wires so you need to make sure you use to best bale ties with your vertical balers.
This is the most common bale tie used in vertical balers. It’s available in a number of different gauges, including 13 gauge and 14 gauge. You need to choose a size that suits your baler. Most machines will come with an owner’s manual with instructions about the right baling wire. If you’re uncertain, you can also ask your local baling machines and material distributer for advice.
Single loop bale ties are very flexible because they need to be fed into the machine and cut manually. You can minimize wastage because you control the amount of material you use for baling. These wires are also available in different forms, including:
- Galvanized Single Loop Bale Ties
- Black Annealed Bale Ties
- Painted Bale Ties
- Green Bale Ties
Single loop bale ties are great for compacted cardboard because they’re strong and resist the expansion of compacted materials. If you purchase good quality wires that are manufactured in USA and make sure the bales are tied securely, you will have no problems transporting the material. Single loop bale ties are recommended for vertical balers from manufacturers like Harmony, Cram-a-lot, Harris, Marathon, Selco, Max-Pak, and Bramidan. If you have machines from any of these companies, you can safely use single loop ties.
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