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Compact non-ferrous baler

Compact non-ferrous baler
The HV series Extreme Duty single ram baler was built for reliable non-ferrous baling. Units were built around the idea that not all non-ferrous recyclers benefit from the extra speed, cost and maintenance of a two ram auto tie baler. For those recy-clers, this affordable, compact but serious 40,000-pound baler boasts an interlocked chassis of 3/4-inch and one-inch plate steel, further strengthened by replaceable Hardox liners. Heavy-duty construction is combined with the single button operation of a patented severe-duty vertical lifting hydraulic door, a 10-inch cylinder with 1-1/2-inch thick wall and a host of other Excel advantages. The HV series is an extreme-duty single ram baler designed for year after year of reliable non-ferrous baling.

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30787 Co. Rd. 33
Utica, MN
US, 55979


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