NA 2010: Turn 20,000 cardboard boxes into a 1 ton bundle

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By Modern Materials Handling Staff
March 01, 2010 - MMH Editorial

NA 2010, slated for April 26-29, will showcase more than 500 exhibits and include a comprehensive educational conference. The event, held at the I-X Center in Cleveland, will offer an array of products to help improve productivity at your company.

The 5200 automatic, continuous baler transforms 20,000 corrugated boxes into a single, compact bundle. The horizontal system automatically accepts, feeds, crushes and bales cardboard and corrugated box waste of all sizes into dense 1 ton bales. Features include a user-friendly touchscreen, oversized feed chute, energy-saving dual hydraulic pumps/motors, and an integral auto-tie system. To improve operator comfort and facility housekeeping, the baler offers integrated dust-suppression technology.

Balemaster, 219-663-4525, http://www.balemaster.com Booth, 513.



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