Gradeall has recently dispatched a MK2 Tyre Baler to a customer in Australia. This is the first time we have sent equipment to a customer in Australia, it is due to arrive in Melbourne in a number of weeks.
Following the number of machines recently sent in 20-foot shipping container to Spain, Estonia, Iceland and South Africa in recent months we have found the best way to mount the MK2 tyre baler into a shipping container.
Using the transport cradle the MK2 tyre baler rests securely in a horizontal position while in the container. We provide customers with an easy to follow instruction manual and video guide covering the process. This makes it possible for the customer to unload the baler and set it up without the need to pay for an engineer to travel to the site to carry out this work.
Gradeall guarantees the MK2 Tyre Baler fully satisfies all international and state-level regulations for refreshed introduction and ongoing certified functionality in the region. Key compliance areas successfully addressed:
Q: What kind of training and support does Gradeall offer for the MK2 Tyre Baler in Australia?
A: Gradeall provides comprehensive training programmes. These programmes ensure users can fully harness the capabilities of the MK2 Tyre Baler, maintaining peak operational efficiency. Ongoing support services are also available to assist with any operational or maintenance needs. Guides can also be found from our YouTube Channel
Q: How does Gradeall engage with research initiatives in Australia?
A: Gradeall actively collaborates with Australian tyre recyclers and research institutions, committed to exploring innovative technologies and practices in tyre recycling, aiming to drive advancements in the field.
Q: What is Gradeall’s role in the tyre recycling industry in Australia?
A: Gradeall is deeply engaged in the Australian tyre recycling industry, participating in various industry events and advocacy groups. Our goal is to promote sustainable tyre recycling practices and support the development of a circular economy for tyre waste in Australia.
Q: How does Gradeall ensure its MK2 Tyre Baler complies with Australian regulations?
A: The MK2 Tyre Baler is designed to comply with Australia’s stringent hazardous waste regulations, environmental protection acts, and Standards Australia certification. This ensures safe and environmentally responsible operation in line with Australian laws and standards.
Q: Can Gradeall’s MK2 Tyre Baler handle different types of tyre waste?
A: Yes, the MK2 Tyre Baler is versatile and can efficiently process a broad range of tyre sizes, from passenger vehicles to heavy-duty trucks, making it suitable for various recycling needs in the Australian market. Truck tyres in Gradeall MKII Tyre Baler (Shorter Version)
To explore how Gradeall’s modified truck tyre baler can drive circular tyre economies while maximising efficiency and cost savings, contact a tyre waste specialist at 02890844567.
The team can advise on the ideal baler model and capacity for your tyre volumes and assist with installation, operator training, and maintenance planning.
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