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American Baler to feature four products at SuperCorr Expo

At the 2004 SuperCorr Expo (November 8-12, 2004 at the Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia), American B...

At the 2004 SuperCorr Expo (November 8-12, 2004 at the Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, Georgia), American Baler will be featuring four products, the PAC, MPAC, 5029H and DC balers. American Baler Co., established in 1945, is the oldest baler manufacturer in the U.S. They were the first company to introduce continuous horizontal balers, continuous horizontal balers with hydraulic cylinders, electro/hydraulic auto-tiers and 4-way tension control. American Baler will exhibit at Booth # 1833.

The PAC Series baler offers the largest charge box in its class to handle more throughput with less cycles. It is ideal for automated baling of waste paper, paper trim, chipboard, OCC and printed scrap.

The MPAC baler is ideal for low to medium-volume printing, boxboard and paper shredding operations. Though it has a small footprint, the MPAC features a generous 30" X 27.5" feed opening.

The 5029H is a popular baler for processing a wide variety of materials with choice of four cylinder sizes and seven power packs to optimize bale density on all materials.

The new DC baler is designed specifically for distribution centers where the continuous baling of open corrugated boxes and gaylords is a critical part of the operation. It features a unique leverage tension system resulting in more density per stroke, producing denser, heavier bales weighing up to 2,250 pounds.

American Baler Company has engineered and manufactured over 70,000 balers — most of them custom designed to meet the system requirements of a variety of applications. These efficient balers are engineered to achieve the highest density per baled ton while reducing wire usage and power consumption. Service includes 24-hour customer support, a million-dollar parts inventory, extensive worldwide dealer network, and quarterly customer training schools. American Baler customers include manufacturers of plastic, paper, boxboard, textiles, metals and other materials, as well as recycling facilities. Manufacturing operations in Bellevue, Ohio, and Telford, England supports American Baler customers worldwide.


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