Orwak 3610, which replaces the Orwak 3600, uses quiet, powerful hydraulics; the noise level is only about 60 dB.
The front-loading baler has a generous loading aperture and a high capacity for compaction of large volumes of waste. Cardboard wrappings and boxes are reduced up to 6:1. The cycle time has decreased 20% — compared with the speed of the predecessor — and is now only 33 s.
The baler is suitable for environments where large amounts of waste are generated or where the baler is operated intensely during a specific time of the day. It is equipped with an autostart function that allows the baler to start compacting the material as soon as the door closes. The sliding door opens automatically after each completed cycle and the baler is immediately ready to be fed with more waste.
With a press force of 50 t, the unit produces commercial bales, which weigh up to 550 kg. It features a switch which allows the operator to quickly and easily change the setting from high pressure (HP) for cardboard to low pressure (LP) for plastic foil. This function makes the baler versatile and allows for flexibility in the choice of materials to compact. The 50 t press force can flatten a pile a cardboard, while the low 12.6 t press force is suitable for soft plastic.
The baler is equipped with a safe door lock — a ‘latch and wheel’ system — on the lower door. This makes sure that the door opens gradually in a controlled way, even when expanding materials have been compacted in the baler.
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