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B5 Wide Vertical Baler

The B5 Wide Vertical Baler from Bramidan is the industry leading small profile, wide-fill  (39″) opening machine. With a press force of 11,000 lbs., retainer dogs to keep material compressed, and a frontal tie system, this machine is the perfect solution to your waste handling needs. This model operates on single phase 110V power supply (dedicated 20A circuit required), offering a simple to install baling option.

This machine offers the lowest in-class noise levels and is incredibly simple to use. It’s simple and safe operation comes standard with an automatic full light indicator and two-handed automatic bale eject. The B5 W comes standard with the BRA-IN monitoring system from Bramidan that tracks bale output, sends notifications when bales are ready to be tied off, and more! Take your waste management practices to the next level with this simple, small, and powerful unit!

  • High capacity – large output
  • Wide feed opening (39 in.)
  • Retainer dogs hold down compacted waste
  • Auto-eject system
  • Store and refill bale cord in front
  • Single-phase power pack
  • Meets ANSI and OSHA standards
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Press Force

11,000 lbs.

Waste Volume


Feed Opening Size

WxH (in.) 39″ x 21″

Bale Size

WxDxH (in.) 36″x 24″x 30″

Bale Weight

175 – 290 lbs.

Waste Types

Cardboard, Paper, Plastic

Press Force

8,800 lbs.

Waste Volume


Feed Opening Size

WxH (in.) 30″ x 18″

Bale Size

WxDxH (in.) 30″x20″x24″

Bale Weight

85 – 155 lbs.

Waste Types

Cardboard, Paper, Plastic

Product Features

Wide Feed Opening

An extra-wide feed opening to accommodate large and bulky materials. Toss large boxes straight into the machine without breaking them down.

Safe & Efficient

Users safely eject finished bales using the two-hand automatic bale ejection system. ANSI Z245.5, UL and CSA Compliant

Product Highlights

  • 110V single phase power – simple set up for any industry.
  • Safe to Operate – complies with all Ontario and Canadian safety standards
  • Frontal Tie System – allows baler to be placed up against a wall.

Connect, monitor and analyze your equipment

With the BRA-IN monitoring solution you can make faster and better decisions while reducing your costs of operation.

  • Automated pick-ups and alerts possible
  • Online access to live status of your equipment
  • Output documentation possible







Technical Specifications

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Small footprint baler with a high press force and automatic bale ejection function.

  • Finished bales weigh 85-155 lbs.
  • Bales cardboard, paper and plastic
  • Automatic bale ejection
  • Single Phase 110V power
  • Quiet & Safe Operation
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Kernic Systems provides factory trained technicians and the right consumables (baling wire, replacement parts, etc.) to help keep your operation running smoothly.

With baling wire in-stock, contact us today to see how Kernic can provide peace of mind maintenance.

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Compact cardboard, paper, and soft plastic into 1,000 pound mill-size bales with the large 60 inch chamber.

  • Finished bales weigh 800-1,200 lbs
  • Bales cardboard, paper and plastic.
  • Bales tie of from the front.
  • Available in Three Phase 600V and 480V models.
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Who uses our Vertical Balers?

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Industry Manufacturing

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Retail Stores

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Distribution Centers

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Health Sector

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Recycling Centers

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Waste Handling

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Fast Food Chains

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Public Sector

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