Bellevue, Ohio based American Baler has reported that the it has made some recent improvements to its 2-Ram balers. The W721 and W828 2-Ram balers now come with a power unit and manifold block designed with off the shelf Parker Din Cartridge valves on the manifold and standard directional control valves. All the pumps have their own pressure control kit for all three stages of pump.
“Warranty claims were higher than desired with our manifold blocks and our engineering risk evaluation model led us to these cartridge valves,” said Jim Wolfe, VP Engineering & Customer Service. “The new design is easier to build with less errors.”
Sales Manager Mike Schwinn, addeds, “This change was implemented in our larger W828 series two years ago and the results have been superb, so improving the W721 was a logical next step.”
The W721 2-Ram series is American Balers’ most popular model. While it is a wide body baler, it is priced closer to many narrow body machines. The great price point fits many MRF applications, as well as paper, plastic, and non-ferrous metals plants.
Established in 1945, American Baler Company is one of the oldest baler manufacturers in the world. It manufactures a complete line of balers, including manual-tie and auto-tie single ram horizontal balers and two ram auto-tie balers for both low-volume and high-production applications. All its balers are designed to keep energy costs and baling wire consumption to a minimum.
American Baler is a leader in its design and engineering of balers for the corrugated industry. From the early designs of its box plant balers in the early 1950s thru the 70s and 80s with its 10,000, 12,000 and 13,000 series to our current PAC and 29N designs, it has been an industry leader. The PAC baler with three different hopper sizes was designed to handle light trim and shredded material producing export quality bales. The 29N series was engineered to handle heavier board trim and shredded materials and is available with or without a shear blade.
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