Businesses looking to effectively manage their generated waste material should invest in a baler or compactor. If you’re going to get this equipment for your company, you’ll need to choose a model that fits your needs.
A type of baler you can consider is a double-ram compactor. Two-ram balers are baling machines that use two cylinders to accommodate a wide variety of waste materials like cardboard, paper, plastic bottles, textiles, and tires. Dual-cylinder balers generally take up more floor space than single-ram balers do but that’s because they’re built for tougher applications.
Why should you consider investing in a two-ram baler?
Like the name implies, a two-ram baler operates on a twin-motor system that makes way for efficient operations with minimal downtime. This machine’s twin-motor configuration allows it to produce more bales in a lesser amount of time, as compared to a single-ram baler with higher horsepower.
When you’re dealing with bulky materials, or when you’re constantly switching commodities, a single-ram baler might not have the capacity for it. The twin-motor system of a two-ram compactor is more than capable of handling these situations. Alternatively, if your waste volume exceeds the capacity of a manual-tie baler, then your best choice is a two-ram baler which features greater speed and automation.
What are the benefits of a dual cylinder baler?
There are many ways you can benefit from a dual-ram compactor. Consider these factors:
Your baler needs depend on the volume and material that you’re dealing with. Schedule an on-site analysis today so we can help you determine the most suitable baler for your unique operations.