Featuring a floorspace footprint of less than 56 cm², the 2305 baler is small in size but packs a heavy punch: it can create bales of to 180kg (plastic) and 100kg (cardboard).A deep pressing chamber and wide door-opening allows users to load large bags or bundles of loose plastic or whole cardboard boxes.As with all Mil-tek EN16500 balers, the 2305 is pneumatically powered, and therefore uses a minimal amount use of energy with each cycle.ECO-Drive pneumatic technology evenly disitributes power usage, meaning the machine only uses as much power as is needed with each pressing cycle. In addition, ECO-Drive locks the pressing plate in places, applying constant downward pressure without the further use of energy. These features allow the 2305 baler to create extremely dense, compacted bales.The combination of small size, flexibility and pneumatic technology means that the 2305 baler is used by a range of businesses. Improved to meet new EN16500 safety standards, the 2305 now features a bale-out indicator, a cycle counter, a lock-out switch as well as further internal performance upgrades.
Ferguson Plarre Bakehouse is a family-owned bakery in Australia. They partnership with Mil-tek has revolutionised their waste process, facilitating commodity income and reducing their carbon footprint by around 75%.
National Foods is a dairy & beverage company in Australia. Their use of Mil-tek balers helps maximise efficiency, allowing them to recycling 90% of their plastic and cardboard.
Dorset Cereals are a muesli manufacturer and exporter from the UK. They chose a Mil-tek baler to reduce their waste costs and have benefited from its hygienic nature.
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. Activate the 2-handed bale-out release.
Ask an expert! A Mil-tek consultant will analyse your operation to better understand your business and how you manage your waste. It isn't simply about volume, it's about finding a solution that works for your business on mulitple levels.
Mil-tek machines are designed with safety and simplicity to the fore.
A qualified Mil-tek technician is deployed to train key staff member in the operation and care of the machine. Trained staff are then capable of training other staff in turn.
In addition, Mil-tek provides a wealth of user guides and training videos to ensure all staff should be able to safely operate the machine, as well as bale out, change banding and prepare for a new bale.
Yes it is. Over the past number of years Mil-tek have been a part of a Health and Safety Executive committee that has been committed to creating new improved standards for the safe use of vertical balers. As a result we have made a significant number of improvements to the model 2305 in order to comply with EN16500 standards and to ensure safe use for the end-user. For more information please visit www.mil-tek.com/EN16500
No. It's not necessary. Users will waste huge amounts of time flat-packing boxes, and risk minor injuries such as paper-cuts. Further to this, the machine will compact boxes much more densely than flat-packing allows, making the process wholly unnecessary.
The small floorspace footprint of just 56cm² means that the 2305 is well suited to small, compact locations such retail stock rooms or unpacking areas. By compacting waste plastic and cardboard at source instead of storing it or carrying it outside, staff spend less time away from their core duties.
The 2305 is also ideal for baling the kind of loose plastic packaging that is often used in transporting retail goods. The low-energy, onstant pressure of the ECO-Drive technology ensures an extremely dense bale is produced.
Despite its small footprint, the 2305 baler has a large door opening and a deep chamber, enabling whole boxes or large bundles and bags of plastic to be placed directly into the baler.
Plastic bag stands placed alongside 2305 balers allows for the neat storage of one material while another is being baled.
Automotive workshops and garages generate large amounts of mixed waste; cardboard, loose plastic and other non-recyclable waste.
A medium sized baler such as a Mil-tek 2305 accompanied by a compactor such as an XP200S, can greatly improve the waste handling processing saving time, space and money.
|Bale weight||Plastic: < 180 kg|
|Cardboard: < 100 kg|
|Degree of Compression||85 - 90%|
|Noise level||< 70 dB (A)|
|Pressure||4250 kg at 8 bar|