Greenbank are proud suppliers of Bramidan vertical balers!
Vertical balers are ideal for businesses that produce small to medium volumes of waste, we offer two ranges of vertical balers.
Our B Range vertical balers are ideal for general recycling streams such as cardboard and polythene, whilst our X range balers handle challenging materials such as plastic bottles (PET) and expandable plastic.
Balers for Cardboard, Polythene & Plastic
We’re proud to offer a sustainable baling solution, our balers are energy efficient – on average our mill size balers have a cycle time of 26 seconds, that’s 14 seconds quicker than the industry average! Whilst most mill size balers have a 7.5 kw motor, our B50 mill size baler has a 5.5 kw motor. There’s a huge amount of energy savings to be made.
We have continually modified and improved our range of vertical baler machines to produce quality equipment that works in all modern applications.
Efficient Bramidan balers help our customers reduce waste and handling costs whilst increasing revenue from baled materials. With the continual rise in costs for labour and transport it is essential a vertical baler offers minimal operative requirements. The range you will find here produces maximum bale densities to ensure full payloads. Our vertical balers are renowned for their robust construction and simple, easy to use controls. With large, wide loading openings, bale full warning lights and automatic press plate return, Bramidan machines are most acceptable.
Balers for Cardboard, Polythene & Plastic
The machines we have available includes the B3 Baler, the perfect option when combining high compaction with a small footprint and low height. You will be alerted by the flashing of the full light indicator in order to avoid chamber overload. The trolley included makes removal of the finished bale straight forward. In contrast, the B30 Baler is ideal for waste management in large retail establishments and industrial companies. Bulky waste is not a problem for our vertical balers. They offer a wide filling opening and efficient barbs designed to keep materials pushed down. This vertical baler is easy to handle and offers automatic ejection.
If cardboard makes up a large proportion of your waste, the B30W is ideal. Because it is wide there is no need to even fold large boxes. Simply pop them in where they will be transformed into a dense bale. With a fast cycle time of just 43 seconds, you will be alerted at capacity. The B30W is an excellent cardboard baler and we are happy to talk you through the advantages in detail.
Our team here at Greenbank Waste Solutions are not only highly trained, but passionate in finding the right solution for you. The range of Bramidan balers are built for quality, both in finish and operation. Over 15,000 vertical balers have been supplied throughout Europe, giving a healthy return to customers in many industries. Each machine is built to CE Standards and is certified for both safety and low noise levels.
Small Vertical Balers
Smaller size vertical balers are ideal for companies looking to improve their waste management but have limited space available for machinery. These baler machines are capable of producing high density bales of 30-60 kg whilst only requiring between 2-7 square metres of floor space.
They are able to bale various recyclable materials including cardboard, paper and plastic foil, making them ideal for retail spaces.View Range
Medium Vertical Balers
Requiring less space than our larger models and being able to handle more types of waste, our range of medium sized vertical balers are perfect balers for cardboard, plastic foil, aluminum cans and more. These versatile baler machines produce low levels of noise, are straightforward to operate and easy to install. On top of that, all of these balers feature BRA-IN intelligence allowing for remote access and monitoring.View Range
Large Vertical Balers
Large vertical balers are perfect for department stores, manufacturing facilities, warehouses, recycling centers and more. With large amounts of waste to handle, the solution needs to match. This baler range handles bulky waste as standard.Companies will fully maximise output and recycling efforts with a straightforward machine whilst saving on costs overall.View Range
Frequently Asked Questions
How does a vertical baler operate?
Vertical balers compress the materials placed inside their chamber using a hydraulic ram which presses down onto the waste from above (hence their name). Operating the baler is as simple as loading your waste material into the chamber until it’s full, closing the baler door and then pressing the start button. The baler will then compress the waste into a compact bale which will need to be tied off by an operative using baler strapping or baling wire and then ejected from the baler machine.
What types of materials can be baled with a vertical baler?
These baler machines are commonly used for baling cardboard and thus often referred to as cardboard balers but they are more than capable of baling other materials including paper and plastic foil. Our range of x-series baler machines can handle these materials and much more, including harder waste such as PET bottles or hard plastics.
What are the benefits of using a vertical baler?
There are numerous benefits to using a vertical baler, these include: 1) They can help you save space by reducing the amount of storage area and wheelie bins required for your waste; 2) Less collections of your wheelie bins would be needed, saving on transportation costs; 3) You can generate an additional revenue stream by selling your baled recyclables; and lastly 4) They can help your business reduce its carbon footprint.
How do I choose the right vertical baler for my business?
There are several factors to consider when choosing the right baler for your business, this includes the type of material you wish to bale, the volume of it that you produce, the amount of available floor space you possess in your facility and your budget. If you’re not quite sure which of the above balers would best suit your business, take advantage of our free waste management audit with our director Robin Evershed.