Waste Plastic Paper Carton Vertical Bale Press Machines


Pressing is the process of compressing the materials by applying pressure from the top and bottom with the help of special machines. They are big machines working with electricity. The upper head is movable while the lower head is fixed from the top and bottom heads. Therefore, pressing operation is performed with the movement of the upper head and bales become cubes. There are machines that press from one ton to five thousand tons of material. Different pressures are applied to each ton of material.

In which fields are Bale Pressing Machines used?

The most important use of bale pressing machines is the recycling of waste materials. Besides, it is not only used for baling hay, plastic, cardboard and paper. Crops, reeds, etc. of agricultural products. materials can also be pressed. Different types of bale pressing machines are produced for pressing of textile products. There are also pressing machines for scrap, packaging waste, sacks and metal.

What should be used to tie bales?

In the final stage of pressing, the bale is taped with steel or plastic. The criterion for this is the size of the bale and the type of bale. Plastic banding is usually used in bale pressing machines that compact small amounts of material. Machines used in large factories are made of both plastic and steel banding. In horizontal pressing machines, steel banding is widely used. All in all, plastic banding is generally seen as cleaner and safer. In addition, plastic banding is more economical in terms of raw materials than steel banding. Pressing machine is used for which the banding process is done according to the product.

What is Hydraulic Press and Eccentric Press?

Hydraulic press machines are machines that work with the pressure of the oil to the cylinders. The pumps operate with the electricity provided and the system is filled with pressurized oil. The oil acts on the cylinders and when the cylinders move back and forth, a mechanical energy is produced. With this mechanical energy, the head starts the pressing process and the pressing process is completed. In the eccentric press, there is an electrically driven shaft. The head to be pressed depends on this shaft. When the power is applied, this shaft moves to complete the clamping of the head.