The MAX-PAK Two-Ram Baler is for those demanding applications that require versatility and maximum production. The Two-Ram can switch from OCC to shredded paper, to aluminum cans, to P.E.T. and back to OCC without missing a beat…delivering uniform bales with integrity, time after time, bale after bale.
- Bale a variety of materials, including newspaper, extruded aluminum, UBC, bulk OCC, P.E.T. plastic, and textiles
- Heavy duty construction, with tubular steel frame and AR400 steel in high wear areas like the floor and packing platen
- Hydraulic regenerative circuit and air/oil cooler delivers high performance at lower oil temperatures
- Automatic wire tie system
- Left hand or right hand automatic eject
Smaller Footprint. Smaller Price.
- Up to 15% smaller footprint compared to our full size Two-Ram Baler
- Priced up to 30% less than full size Two-Ram
- Max-Pak System Integration – All Components, From the Conveyor to the Electronics to the Streamlined Hopper, Are Engineered as a Package Design
- Features – Same as our full size Two-Ram, including control system, high pressure hydraulics, heavy duty tubular steel construction, wire tie system and more
- Versatility – Easily bale bulk occ, news and all types of paper, P.E.T. and other plastics, non-ferrous metals, and more
- Continuous power curve – Load sensing, horsepower limited pump delivers constant flow and power throughout the baling process for maximum productivity
- Cycle times from 17.4 seconds to 19.58 seconds, depending on model
- Bale Size 30″ x 45″ x 60″
- Bale Weights up to 1300 lbs. for newspaper, up to 850 lbs for P.E.T., up to 1200 lbs for bulk OCC
- Packing force 143,257 lbs.
- Operating pressure 2850 psi
Full Size Two-Ram
- Cycle times from 10 to 13 seconds, depending on model
- Bale size 45″ x 30″ x 60″
- Bale weights up to 1600 lbs. for newspaper; up to 1,000 lbs. for P.E.T., up to 1500 lbs. for bulk OCC
- Packing force from 130,690 lbs. to 235,620 lbs. depending on model
- Operating pressure from 2600 psi to maximum of 3,000 psi
With cycle times as low as 10 seconds (no load) and a bale size of 47 cubic feet, the MAX-PAK Two-Ram can handle almost 16,000 cubic feet of material per hour. If you’re baling conditioned newspaper, that’s over 14 tons per hour.
If you’ve got a big job to do, the Two-Ram is your baler of choice.
The MAX-PAK Two-Ram baler is the fastest and most productive machine in the MAX-PAK lineup, capable of baling over 14 tons per hour (newsprint, model 2R7510) at cycle times as low as 10 seconds. And because it can bale a variety of materials, it could very well be the only baler you’ll need in a high production environment.
- Generous hopper openings can handle oversized materials with ease, and without the need for shredders or fluffers.
- Three-wall bale chamber and extended ram penetration maximizes bale density while maintaining bale integrity.
- Automatic eject, can be configured for left hand or right hand.
- Automatic wire-tie system will secure bales with as many as 13 straps per bale. You’ll use less labor to produce bales faster – bales with integrity that stack and transport easily, for higher profit margins.
- Hydraulic regenerative circuit and air/oil cooler deliver faster, cooler cycle times.
Heavy Duty construction, with only the highest quality components.
- The foundation of MAX-PAK’s legendary strength starts with the tubular steel frame. We build it so strong that the base frame of a MAX-PAK baler has never been bent or distorted when used in accordance with specifications, as intended.
- Heavy gauge abrasion resistant steel is used in high stress areas, like the packing platen, floor and side walls.
- Cylinders are trunion mounted for extra strength and protection.
- Electrical systems meet higher standards than other balers, and hydraulic systems are engineered to withstand 5,000 psi, well beyond the machine’s peak demand of 3,000 psi. This “over-engineered” philosophy means the MAX-PAK Two-Ram baler will run cooler and more efficiently, and cooler hydraulic systems perform better and last longer.
- 350-400 gallon oil reservoir also ensures that hydraulic oil will remain cool, preventing premature wear of hydraulic components.
Safety is foremost with the Two-Ram baler as it is with the entire MAX-PAK line. It’s why we offer operator training with every installation, so your crew will know the proper – and safe – way to operate the machine. In most cases, a properly trained 18 year old* employee can safely operate the MAK-PAK Two-Ram baler. (*The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) requires baler operators to be at least 18 years of age.)
- Safety starts with MAX-PAK’s heavy duty construction, including our heavy wall tubular steel frame, trunion mounted cylinders, and AR400 floor and platen for extra strength.
- Each MAX-PAK baler is designed to far exceed minimum standards for stress and pressure. Our culture of over designing our machines creates an incredibly strong, safe baler.
- Safety interlocks are installed on doors and removable panels so baling automatically stops it the door is opened.
- All MAX-PAK balers have bilingual safety stickers and caution decals.
- All MAX-PAK equipment meet or exceed all applicable OSHA regulations and are built according to ANSI Z 245.5 safety requirements for baling equipment.
- All equipment has provisions for Lock-Out Tag-Out procedures, so the electrical panel and operators can be secured when servicing or inspecting the machine.