Cross Wrap automatic bale wrapping ideal for waste handling during Coronavirus epidemic
During the current COVID-19 virus epidemic, safe waste handling and management are more important than ever. Cross Wrap Oy, based out of Finland, is emphasizing the importance of safe waste and recyclables material handling, which is best done when the process is fully automated. Cross Wrap Bale Wrappers and Bale Openers offer fully automatic and hygienic way to wrap, handle, store and transport waste.
Cross Wrap has been developing and manufacturing automatic Bale Wrappers and Bale Opener machines for over 26 years. According to Cross Wrap, their machines offer a safe and efficient way of handling waste, promoting a safer working environment and a higher capacity for waste handling, compared to other bale wrapping or bale opening solutions.
Key features of Cross Wrap Bale Wrapping and Bale Opening systems include:
- Fully automatic process
- Increased efficiency
- Fully enclosed and tight bale
- No littering, spillages or odours
- Easy and safe transport, storing and handling
- Low operating costs
- Adaptable to any baler
- Fully automatic bale opening
- Separation of wrapping material
- Cross Wrapping has become the industry standard in Waste-to-Energy
Cross Wrap Oy also offers automatic and safe Bale Dewiring machines for plastic recycling. These machines remove the need for manual and dangerous bale wire cutting and bale handling. Especially now during the coronavirus crisis, Cross Wrap has stated: "We want to highlight the importance of minimizing any physical contacts with contaminated and recycled materials, such as PET plastics and mixed plastics. The Cross Wrap CW Dewiring is a perfect solution for this."
Cross Wrap Oy has been shortlisted for the prestigious Plastics Recycling Awards Europe 202,0 for the CW Dewiring machine, in the Recycling Machinery Innovation of the Year category. The award winners will be announced on 28th of October, during the second day of the Plastics Recycling Show Europe, currently scheduled to take place RAI Amsterdam.