Waste Baler Machinery - Mill Sized Baling Wire - Strong Waste Recycling Balers

By: Peter Nafziger

Now that Recycling is truly well established in the UK, a large volume of companies are having larger Mill Size Balers for compacting their Cardboard, Plastic and Paper Waste. There are many thousands of small companies, with small size compactors, which merely utilize baling cord or polyester baler strapping, for tying up bales.

The larger companies, with bigger waste amounts, find it more efficient to use bigger baler machines, known as mill size balers. Mill Size balers regularly produce bales which weigh something like 400kg to 800kg. To create bales of this weight, a great amount of force is needed. For tying these mill size bales, you actually require mill size baler wires. Black annealed compactor wire is the best product for this for a range of reasons.

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

At the beginning of 2008, Barnfather Wire Ltd, invested in 3 brand new annealing furnaces. This was promptly followed with the acquisition of the most up-to-date in coiling technology from Sweden, meaning that Barnfather Wire could immediately go out to the marketplace to provide a black annealed waste baler wire to suit any press and every application.

Their controlled annealing furnaces permit Barnfather Wire to provide a completely harmonized, scale free mill size compactor wire which is the best I have noticed in 10 years in the trade. Our company provides vertical compacting equipment, such as mill size balers and also smaller sized cardboard baler machines and plastic baler machinery. When we provide our mill size baler equipment to consumers, we always propose the Black Annealed Barnfather Baling Wire. For further information regarding their baler wire strengths and sizes call 0121 526 2880. We are always pleased to recommend their products.

Their mill size baler wires can also be used for bundling wire used in the construction industry and it is Barnfather’s desire in the next year to sell their black annealed wire into the galvanising trade for securing structures that will be dipped in zinc.

These baler wires have been welcomed into the recycling trade and Barnfather Wire have developed long-standing alliances with several 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 added black annealed waste baling wire to their range they have rarely had a complaint and they have received impressive feedback regarding their quality.

The drawback with buying from retailers is sometimes, their limited stock availability. As a manufacturer, Barnfather maintain considerable stocks of mill size baler wires to suit any sort of mill sized baler or baling press and can distribute ex stock within 48 hours. Barnfather wire carry significant stocks of black annealed rewound coils, annealed rewound coils, rewound coils in 25kg and 40kgs; again to suit any automatic mill size compactor, baling press. They additionally carry substantial supplies of baler wire to suit any automatic waste baler and in diameters to suit any application.

I contemplate barnfather have gone about their growth in the correct method on the lookout for customers with whom they can keep and utilize high-quality working alliances. The MD Richard Barnfather has instilled a 1st class service ethos in the company and any member of his very experienced team Tel 0121 526 2880 can assist with enquiries.

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For additional information on Barnfather Wire Ltd <www.barnfatherwire.co.uk> . The Piece of writing was composed by John Webster, MD of Strong Recycling Balers Ltd <www.strongrecyclingbalers.co.uk>

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