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V50 Mill-Size Cardboard and Plastic Baler | Smart Waste Solution

V50 Mill-Size Cardboard and Plastic Baler | Smart Waste Solution

Ideal for high-volume users looking to turn waste material into revenue, the V50 is a true 50-tonne press that creates the optimal size bale for transport and revenue return. Its powerful integrated kicking mechanism helps eject the finished bale directly onto a pallet, minimizing risk to the user. The V50 is easy to use and uncompromising in its performance, efficiently compacting cardboard, plastic, textile, paper, polystyrene, and aluminum waste day in and day out.

Note: V50 shown with an optional automatic opening guillotine door.

Recommended for supermarkets, wholesalers, department stores, manufacturing plants, logistics centers, multi-product recycling plants.


1. Bale size: 1000mm H (variable) x 1200mm W x 800mm D.2. Bale weight: 350–550 kg.

3. Cycle time: 45 seconds.

4. Compaction force: up to 50 tonnes.

5. Dimensions: 3055mm H x 1985mm W x 1130mm D.

6. Fill opening: 1200mm W x 640mm H.

7. Machine weight: 1870 kg.

8. Power: 3 Phase 380/400 volt. 7.5 kW motor.

9. Noise level: 74 dB.

10. EN 16,500 Compliant.

11. IP54 Standards.

12. PLC controller with automatic cycle. 

Cardboard and plastic balers are machines that are used by businesses to easily and simply reduce waste volumes by taking the air out of waste products.

Simply place plastic in the machine, and compress. The plastic is then flattened in the machine to create a tight, compact bale which increases the plastic recycling efficiency.

This process allows business to efficiently handle their waste and significantly lower their waste costs while saving them space and labor. Smart Waste Solutions Balers come in many different sizes and can be either hydraulic or pneumatic.

Balers can handle both cardboard and plastic, as well as any soft dry waste.

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