Bace is one of the fastest growing baler manufacturers in the industry. It has a global presence and provides a strong customer support, which is why it has become more popular in the recent years. They provide balers and other accessories, including used machines so you can find something that fits your requirements as well as your budget.
Bace balers are available in a number of form and models. You can consult with the dealers to determine which would be the right fit for you. They’re primarily known for their vertical balers and provide a large selection of them. Here’s a list for you to consider:
Models of Balers Available
- V32 – This is the smallest and most compact baler. It produces cardboard bales of up to 250lbs and of size 36”x24”x30.
- V3016HD – This baler produces bales of size 30”x16”x24 that weigh up to 250lbs.
- V43HD – This baler produces bales of size 48”x30”x48” that weigh up to 800lbs.
- V63OCC – This baler produces bales of size 60”x30”x48” that weigh up to 1000lbs.
- V63HD – This baler can produce larger and heavier bales measuring 60”x30”x48” and weighing up to 1100lbs.
- V63UHD – If you need something of higher capacity, this baler produces bales measuring 60”x30”x48 that weigh up to 1300lbs.
- V63HDLP – This produces a smaller bale measuring up to 60”x30”x33 and weighing 700lbs.
- V63XHD – This baler can compact a large amount of cardboard and produce bales of 60”x30”x48 that weigh 1300lbs.
- V63-865 – This one is ideal for large scale recycling facilities as it produces bales of 60”x30”x48 that weigh up to 1500lbs
- V73HD – This model produces a slightly larger bale that measures 72”x30”x48” but only weighs 1300lbs.
- V74HD – This is also ideal for larger recycling facilities and produces bales of 72”x30”x48” that weigh 1500lbs.
- V74XHD – If you want a bigger bale that packs more material, this can be a good option for you as it measures 72”x30”x48” and can weigh up to 1700lbs
As you can see, there are several options available to you. You should consider each baler carefully and take your budget, baling requirements, scalability, and other such requirements before you make a purchase.