The use of a baler or briquette press brings numerous advantages that benefit companies of all sizes, regardless of their industry. Strautmann ensures this with its products, each of which has been developed with an eye to the individual needs of the company, the industry and the material to be disposed of.

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By using Strautmann machines, you solve several problems at once. In this way, they offer an answer to the question of how the masses of packaging material produced can be disposed of in an uncomplicated manner. Also, less time and labor must be spent in the process. With conventional methods, it usually takes more time to prepare the material for disposal than it does to dispose of the material itself. Cardboard boxes must be torn or folded, beverage cans and PET bottle emptied. When using a Strautmann baler, these steps are eliminated. An innovative system, combined with ease of operation and high pressing force, ensures that the material can be compacted easily. There are also additional products, such as the LiquiDrainer®, which empties beverage containers filled before the pressing process.

The right press in use for your company

Strautmann products are used in numerous industries. This includes the beverage industry as well as wholesale, industry, gastronomy or warehouse and logistics. Solutions have also been developed for public facilities, as well as for waste disposal companies and the retail trade. The retail trade has to deal primarily with an increased volume of cardboard boxes, and films. Here, the storage area is particularly small, which is why the recyclables must be disposed of quickly and economically. This is made possible by the use of the BalePress series balers, which are available in different sizes. One advantage of the machines is that their compact design means they can be used wherever they are needed and are hardly noticeable. In addition, the AutoLoadBaler baler is particularly useful in food retailing, saving up to 4,000 man-hours a year thanks to the automatic emptying of collection carts filled with cardboard.