Marathon's patented Side-Eject Horizontal Recycling Balers have been designed to enhance productivity with a range of features that are not found in conventional closed-end balers. These balers allow recyclables to be switched without any contamination, thus maximizing the value of the end-product. Additionally, they help reduce spillage between bales, which in turn reduces the need to "double handle" materials. The Side-Eject Horizontal Recycling Balers come equipped with automatic bale ejection systems, which helps to remove finished bales quickly and efficiently. Furthermore, the front bale tie-off system of these balers saves valuable floor space and eliminates the need for trips behind the baler.
Overall, Marathon's Side-Eject Horizontal Recycling Balers are an excellent choice for any facility looking to improve their recycling process and maximize productivity. These balers are equipped with numerous features that not only enhance productivity but also reduce contamination and spillage, ultimately resulting in a more efficient recycling process.
Increased product value by eliminating contamination between bales as the operator changes materials being processed.
Maximum and consistent bale weights with the Marathon Bale Made Indicator, which signals that the bale is finished. No time consuming “flag pole” or manual measuring device to compromise bale quality.
The Marathon exclusive front bale tie-off system allows the operator to quickly direct tie wires around the bale from the front of the baler. This eliminates the need to go behind the baler and loosen hanging wires that drag as a bale is made.
Dramatically reduces spillage commonly found with conventional balers. No need to “double handle” materials being processed.
Remove each bale from the bale chamber quickly and easily with the patented Marathon Side-Eject feature and Bale Server Island. Unlike conventional balers that require an operator and forklift to free the bale from the end of the bale chamber, the Marathon Side-Eject design provides consistent and complete bale ejection every time.