American Baler

800 East Center Street
Bellevue, OH
US, 44811

American Baler Auto-Tie

Americna Baler, one of the oldest, most respected baler manufacturers in the world, is committed to providing Integrity, Quality, Reliability and Value for our customers.

Single Ram Auto-Tie Balers

A full range of single ram auto-tie balers for low volume and very high volume baling of OCC, paper, shreds, trim, cans

Single Ram, Full Eject, Manual Tie Balers

Single ram, full eject, manual-tie balers for low volume OCC, paper, plastics, cans

Two Ram Balers

A wide range of narrow box and wide box two ram balers for OCC, paper, plastics, cans, and non-ferrous scrap metal

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High-speed baler

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Designs were unveiled at this year’s Waste Expo Exhibition on the HS8543 50 tons per hour multi-material high-speed single-ram baler. Units are designed to meet the growing demands of high volume processing facilities with rated production capacities exceeding 50 tons per hour and 46,000 cubic feet per hour.

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