BOTTLE & CAN BALER - VERTICAL
With Liquid Extractor
Liquids in bottles and cans can be a burden on baling if you don't have a way to drain the liquids out of the bale. This Bottle & Can Baler is just what you need for baling bottles and cans with liquids in them. Up to 4000 aluminum cans filled with liquid can be easily compacted, drained and baled into a 24" x 16" x 24" bale, ready for sale or recycling.
What if you could take 4,000 (liquid filled) Aluminium Cans or 2,000 Plastic Bottles of expired product...
and in just a few minutes you could drain & bale it into a 24" X 16" X 24" bale that was recyclable & saleable??
This illustrated bale above consists of 84 cases of 24 each of the 20 oz. plastic bottles (2,016 bottles). The bale was formed in about 15 minutes which included draining over 99% of the liquid. The finished bale weighs roughly 190 lbs. and is 24” x 16” x 24”. The liquid drained out of the bottom reservoir which was connected to , a PVC pipe that emptied into a floor drain. The liquids can also be pumped out of an optional auxiliary reservoir into a 250-gallon container.
Removable Splash Guards control the huge mess that would otherwise be caused by the total destruction of approximately 2,000 full plastic bottles or 4,000 aluminum cans. Below the machine is a large 51-gallon reservoir that collects the liquid being extracted from the baler which can then funnel to a drain of your choosing. If preferred, the optional sump pump can be used in conjunction with a collection container. A TEFC (Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled) motor allows the entire machine to be hosed down. Since safety is always a concern, the Beverage Bottle & Can Baler comes standard with state-of-the-art magnetically coded safety switches. These switches require complete closure of all doors during the compaction cycle or the baler will not operate. There are many innovative features such as the “Shark’s Teeth” system which mean that the ram face and chamber floor are lined with “Shark’s Teeth” to rip and puncture the material in the chamber to ensure proper baling and liquid removal.
This illustrated bale above consists of 84 cases of 24 each of the 20 oz. plastic bottles (2,016 bottles). The bale was formed in about 15 minutes which included draining over 99% of the liquid. The finished bale weighs roughly 190 lbs. and is 24” x 16” x 24”. The liquid drained out of the bottom reservoir which is connected to a PVC pipe that emptied into a floor drain. The liquids can also be pumped out of an optional auxiliary reservoir into a 250-gallon container.
Bottle & Can Baler - Model VBCB-1000 Specifications
|Bale Size||24" x 16" x up to 24"|
-Aluminum Cans-Plastic Bottles
up to 120 poundsup to 230 pounds
|Ram Pressure||56,550 Pounds|
|Ram Pressure PSI||165 Pounds|
|Cylinder||6" Bore, 4" Rod, 48" Stroke|
|Liquid Reservoir||51 Gallon Accepts A 3" Male Pipe Coupler|
|Electrical Power||208 / 230 / 460 Volt, 3 PH, 60 Hz|
|Bale Ejection||Hydraulic Chain|
|Bale Tying||Wire or Polyethylene Twine|
Bottle & Can Baler Dimensions
|Chute Door Opening||24" x 21"|
|Depth with doors open||86"|
|Actual Weight||3,060 Pounds|
|Installation and Operating Area||33 Square Feet|
|Options||Sump Pump System Single Phase Power|
Optional Sump Pump System
To Help Whisk Away The Liquid
Note: Specifications, Dimensions & other product details may vary slightly upon delivery due to continuous product progressions and improvement. If exactness is required on any item(s), confirm in writing before ordering. In our efforts to provide products with the most up to date engineering and design, we reserve the right to change specifications, dimensions and other product details without notice.
Performance may vary depending upon application.
Products must be installed and operated according to required standards, codes, regulations and safety procedures.