The Gradeall G-eco 250 Baler is a mid-sized 250Kg vertical baler which operates with two rams. The large feed door makes its ideal for use with large cardboard boxes or large volumes of plastics. As the name suggests the G-eco 250 produces bales approximately 250Kg in weight. This baler makes the process of baling extremely easy and user-friendly.
Swing open the large feed door and deposit in cardboard boxes without the need to pre-crush them, plastic wrapping, bags, or packaging can also be baled. The control panel has just the essential buttons required to operate the machine, yet still features a useful two hand safety feature requiring the operator to hold two hands on the control panel while the baler operates, reducing the potential for operator injuries.
Once filled the baler will then be placed into “bale tie mode” this is done when both doors are opened. The head will compress the waste further than it would on a normal stroke and during this stage, the operator ties the baling twine around the baler. (Gradeall holds stock and can supply baling twine for the G-eco 250 within 48 hours.) Once the bale is tied the bale is then ready to be ejected.
When full the two doors on the G-eco 250 are opened and the compaction head is raised, an integral part of the bale eject mechanism engages when both doors are opened causing the bale to automatically eject from the baler without any strenuous physical activity required by the operator. The bale eject mechanism tips the bale out cleanly and in a controlled manner, a pallet, pallet truck or forklift can be waiting to accept the bale as it is deposited from the baler.
If you are a manufacturing business then it is inevitable that waste paint cans will quickly pile up. The G-eco 250 can be supplied with an insert that allows it to crush paint cans or oil drums so that old paint cans or oil drums are easier to store or transport onto scrap metal dealers.
Wide door opening to accept larger items of waste
Bale chamber inspection window
Automatic bale cycle
Bale eject plate makes removal of bales easy
Control panel operates on a safe 24 volt circuit
Mechanical bale eject system
Cardboard recycling today is important because cardboard waste is very common in most businesses, it is extensively used for packaging and it is hard to avoid. Gradeall supply its balers to shops, warehouses, manufacturing facilities, hotels, hospitals helping them to deal with waste cardboard.