POST-CONSUMER BALERS

Post-Consumer Recycling Balers

Kernic Systems offers a full range of post-consumer material balers to improve your recycling systems. Post consumer balers can be adapted to conveyor systems, and can be loaded by hand, skid steer, Bobcat, and more!

Post-consumer balers are the perfect way to transform multiple post-consumer materials into revenue streams. Take your material recovery to the next level with our complete and comprehensive lineup of post-consumer balers.

MULTIPLE MATERIALS

Capable of baling multiple materials including but not limited to: OCC, office paper, UBC (aluminum cans), HDPE & PET plastics, ABS/PC plastics, tin cans, and much more!

PROGRESSIVE SHEAR BLADE

Advanced progressive shear blade design with 30″ penetration reduces shear jams and utilizes maximum ram pressure for compaction. The shear blade is a replaceable double edge design made of hardened and ground tool steel.

MULTIPLE BALER SIZES

Multiple sizes of post-consumer balers are available that include: vertical balers, full-eject manual tie, auto-tie horizontal, and two-ram options are available to suit then needs of your business.

Multi-Material Balers

Kernic Systems offers a full range of Post-Consumer Balers to bale a wide variety of materials.

Balers offered by Kernic Systems are of the highest quality; they deliver long life, superior reliability, and quality bales. Our Balers meet current safety levels and deliver the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO).

Balers for All Applications

Baling your waste material or recyclables saves you money and helps the environment. Post-consumer balers increase productivity and are commonly used in a wide variety of applications, such as recycling centers of all sizes, retailers (liquor and beer stores), manufacturing facilities, restaurants, and more!

Balers provide a cost-effective solution to several materials by baling large volumes of waste and e-scrap including Office paper, UBC (aluminum cans), HDPE plastics, ABS/PC plastics, Tin cans, PET plastics, Carpets and Paddings among others. It’s a smart investment for the maximum revenue of scrap and non-ferrous metal materials.

Benefits of post-consumer balers include:

  • Reducing labour cost – low human inputs for handling post-consumer materials.

  • Reducing disposal costs – recycled post-consumer materials extend the life of recycled material that are removed from the waste stream.

  • Generating revenue – recycled post-consumer sales from cardboard, paper, plastics, tin, and more!

  • Improving workplace safety.

  • Reducing fire hazards – material accumulation reduction.

  • Streamlining post-consumer recycling process.

Post-Consumer Baler Industry Breakdown

Recycling Centers
Restaurants
Retailers (Liquor)

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HORIZONTAL FULL-EJECT

Commonly used in distribution centers and warehouses, horizontal auto-tie shear balers are perfect for managing high volumes of corrugated boxes. They are easily integrated into conveyor feeds and have multiple opening options to suit the needs of your business.

HORIZONTAL FULL-EJECT BALERS

TWO-RAM BALERS

The right tool for the job, horizontal auto-tie shear balers are the answer to your corrugated scrap removal needs. Designed for high production facilities, these balers can handle the difficult duty cycles required in the corrugated industry. Pairs perfectly with your existing or new air conveying systems.

TWO-RAM BALERS

VERTICAL BALERS

Kernic Systems offers a wide range of solutions for handling trim and broke waste generated through tissue production. These auto-tie shear balers are the standard in tissue industry for handling high-production requirements. Generally this model is fed using pneumatic conveying systems.

VERTICAL BALERS

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