Mill Sized Compacting Wire, Bale Ties, Black Annealed Wire

By: Stephen Weesner


Now that Recycling is certainly well recognized in the United Kingdom, a large quantity of organizations are using larger Mill Size Compactors for compacting their Cardboard, Plastic and Paper Waste. There are several thousands of small organizations, with small size compactors, that merely utilize baling string or polyester baler strapping, for tying up bales.

The larger organizations, with larger waste amounts, find it more economical to utilize superior size baler machinery, called mill size balers. Mill Size balers typically make bales which weigh roughly 400kg to 800kg. To produce bales of this size, a great deal of force is needed. For tying these mill size bales, you actually require mill size baler wires. Black annealed mill size compactor wire is the best product for this for various reasons.

I recently called on a black annealed baler wire manufacturer in Wednesbury, West Midlands. It was an exceedingly remarkable enterprise. Barnfather Wire (Midlands) Ltd specialise in making high standard black annealed baler wires. This black annealed baler wire is the best quality baling wire, which I have seen in the market place and moreover is the most inexpensive price.

At the start of 2008, Barnfather Wire Ltd, invested in 3 brand new annealing furnaces. This was immediately backed-up with the acquisition of the up-to-the-minute in coiling technology from Sweden, meaning that they could immediately go out to the marketplace to promote a black annealed waste baler wire to suit any mill size baler and every application.

Their controlled annealing furnaces permit Barnfather to offer a thoroughly harmonized, scale free waste baler wire which is the best I have seen in 10 years in the trade. Our business provides waste baling machinery, such as mill size balers and also smaller sized cardboard baler machines and plastic baler machines. When we supply our mill size baler machinery to clients, we always commend the Black Annealed Barnfather Baling Wire. For supplementary information about their baler wire strengths and sizes call 0121 526 2880. We are always happy to mention their products.

Their baler wires can additionally be operated for bundling wire used in the construction industry and it is Barnfather’s intention in the next year to offer their black annealed wire into the galvanising trade for tying up structures that will be dipped in zinc.

These baling wires have been welcomed into the recycling trade and Barnfather Wire have developed long-standing partnerships with various of the UK's leading waste paper, cardboard, polythene recyclers. They have also recently added some of the UK's leading security shredding companies.

Since Barnfather wire added black annealed baler wire to their range they have rarely had a criticism and they have received fantastic feedback about their standard.

The trouble with buying from retailers is occasionally, their incomplete stock availability. As a manufacturer, Barnfather Wire have great stocks of mill size compactor wires to go with any sort of mill sized baler or baling press and can distribute ex stock within 48 hours. Barnfather wire carry big stocks of black annealed rewound coils, annealed rewound coils, rewound coils in 25kg and 40kgs; again to suit any automatic baler machinery, baler press. They also hold huge supplies of baling wire to suit any automatic baler and in diameters to suit any application.

I contemplate barnfather have gone about their improvement in the right manner looking for clients with whom they can maintain and utilize high-quality working partnerships. The MD Richard Barnfather has instilled a 1st class service culture in the company and any member of his very experienced team Tel 0121 526 2880 can assist with enquiries.

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For further information on the subject of Barnfather Wire Ltd <www.barnfatherwire.co.uk> . The Editorial was composed by John Webster, Managing Director of Strong Recycling Balers Ltd <www.strongrecyclingbalers.co.uk>

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