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The Bergmann 1400-E rotary baler or roto-compactor is a revolutionary alternative to baling cardboard, plastic and even light wood, polystyrene and metal drinks tins and cans. Up to 600kg bales of cardboard are possible. The big benefit over baling is the ability to continually load the 1400-E in contrast to a traditional vertical baler, where the operator has to wait for the press plate to go down and up before being able to load more material. It saves time, space and money.
The Bergmann 1400E has a small 1.7m by 1.2m footprint and will give up to 10:1 compaction rate, achieving an 80% plus reduction in collections depending on the material.
Bergmann 1400-E Rotary Bag Compactor: 10:1 compaction ratio in a 1250L tough bag. Ideal alternative to a baler, or for use with general waste and post-consumer plastic and packaging waste.
It is ideal for sites with:
How The Bergmann
See the video at the top of this page. A new bag is placed in the machine with a pallet on the floor and the doors closed; waste is loaded through the chute door (or via a chute from above for example); the rotary drum breaks up and compacts the waste into the bag; the bag is protected by a metal bag shield; the full bag, up to 600kg in weight; the full bag is pulled out on a pallet truck and the bag sealed. The bag can be fork-lifted into a 35 yard container (typical in factories) or collected where waste vehicles have bag and forklift attachments, or picked up with a bale grab.
Bergmann 1400-E Rotary Baler: Left: aggressive drum option compacting cardboard; Middle: full bale of cardboard and paper waste - 586kg; Right: 1400-E with doors open
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