The 2102 baler is a small footprint baler, ideal for compact locations with moderate amounts of waste. It is adaptable to suit several types of waste. With a floor-space footprint of just 29cm², it can easily be installed indoors close to the source of waste to minimize time wasted transporting waste. As with all EN16500 balers, the 2102 is powered by compressed air, meaning it is cleaner, quieter and uses less energy than hydraulic machines. The ECO-Drive™ technology evenly distributes power, meaning only the required amount is used with each stroke, while the pneumatic technology allows for the application of constant downward pressure without the further use of power.The small size and flexibility mean that the 2102 baler is often used in small and medium-sized businesses. The simple design and safety features ensure that most any member of staff can safely operate the machine.In addition to compacting cardboard and plastic waste, an insert can be supplied allowing for the crushing on cans and drums up to 30 litres.
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Doha have improved their waste handling process with the help of a sustainable Mil-tek solution. They have reduced the time spend handling waste by 85%.
Ruby Tuesday have revolutionised their waste handling process with the help of a both a Mil-tek cardboard baler and general compactor, reducing their waste and improving back-door security.
Burger King in Belfast has been partnering with Mil-tek for over 10 years. A 102 Baler is used in conjunction with an XP 100 to ensure waste handling is done neatly and efficiently.
A Mil-tek technician will install your baler in the most optimal location and ensure that all staff are correctly trained.
Fill the chamber with whole cardboard boxes or loose plastic. Close the door, push in the door handle and pull down the activation lever to start the pressing cycle. Repeat until the baler is full.
When the bale-out indicator stays red, the baler is ready to be emptied. Cut the banding, open the lower door and tie the banding with a loop knot.
A Mil-tek consultant will guide you in making this decision. What you need to know is the approximate amount of e.g. cardboard you generate every day, in what stream and in what sizes it comes. In addition to this you should know how much space you have available for a machine. This basic information combined with your business set-up forms the basis for evaluating which model machine you need.
Yes, Mil-tek has a rental programme and a service programme, allowing you to rent a machine on a flexible basis.
Mil-tek will assist in finding a local recycler to collect your cardboard and plastic bales.
The Mil-tek machine is very straightforward to use. A qualified Mil-tek technician will train a key staff member so that he or she understands how the machine works and can in turn train other staff members. The training is simple and quick and means almost anyone can learn how to use a Mil-tek machine.
With a small floor space footprint of just 0.29cm², the 2102 is ideal for baling small volumes of plastic and cardboard packaging that is typically used in the transportation and protection of clothing and consumable items.
The small size of the 2102 means that it is flexible can easily be installed, and can easily switch between cardboard and plastic waste.
A constant flow of ingredients arriving in cardboard boxes can account for up to 60% of kitchen waste.
With its small size and small floor-space footprint, the 2102 can be installed neatly indoors close to storerooms or food preparation areas. This compliments the workflow and contributes to a cleaner, tidier and more cohesive working environment.
The 2102 baler is ideal for food preparation sites. It is pneumatic (air-powered) therefore hygienic and can be located close to the source of waste without risk of cross-contamination.
The door-opening is medium-sized, suitable for loading food and wine boxes whole.
An insert can also be supplied to crush cans and tins with a capacity of up to 30 litres; typical for large food cans.
|Bale weight||Plastic: < 60 kg|
|Cardboard: < 35 kg|
|Degree of Compression||85-90%|
|Noise level||< 70 dB (A)|
|Pressure||2250 kg at 8 bar|