With a floorspace footprint of less than 1m², the Mil-tek 2306 baler can create large bales of to 250kg (plastic) and 200kg (cardboard). The 2306 features a wide door-opening and larger chamber, allowing users to load large bags of plastic or large cardboard boxes whole. Loading whole cardboard boxes eliminates the need for flat packing and regular trips to outside bins/skips. The 2306 baler features ECODrive pneumatic technology which only use the required amount of power with each cycle. Furthermore, pneumatic technology locks the pressing plate in place without further use of power allowing you to create extremely dense, compacted bales with relatively little energy used.Boasting industry-leading EN16500 safety standards, the 2306 now features a bale-out indicator, a cycle counter, an automated bale-out release as well as further internal upgrades.The two-handed bale-out release safely unloads bales from the machine onto a standard pallet making them easy to store and transport.
Wilts Wholesale is a wholesaler of electrical supplies and equipment in the UK. A Mil-tek 2306 has overseen significant annual savings on their waste costs.
Breadwinner is an Australian catering and sandwich firm. They chose a Mil-tek baler for the financial benefits, its flexibility and usability.
Pinguin are one of Europe's largest frozen vegetable manufactures. The introduction of a Mil-tek 306 baler has seen significant improvements in their waste cost, logistics and hygiene.
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.
Trust an expert! A Mil-tek consultant will analyse your business and operating procedures to better understand how you manage your waste. It isn't simply a question of 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 2306 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, the Mil-tek 2306 is pneumatic. For businesses with an existing compressed air supply, it's simply a case of plug-and-play. Otherwise, a suitable compressor will be provided to feed the machine. All compressors are standard AC outlets, i.e. not a 3-phase, thus avoiding any expensive electrician-related cost.
WIth a small floorspace footprint of less than 1m², the 2306 baler is ideal for locations such as stock rooms or unpacking areas.
The Mil-tek 2306 baler can be used to compact plastic and cardboard packaging used in transporting clothing, consumables and other retail goods.
In an industry that faces a constant battle against comtamination, food manufacturers and food producers can benefit from non-hydraulic machine that also allows them to keep the doors closed.
The large door and deep vertical chamber can create large, dense bales of up to 180kg (plastic) and 100kg (cardboard), meaning less time spent transporting and disposing of waste.
|Bale weight||Plastic: < 250 kg|
|Cardboard: < 200 kg|
|Degree of Compression||85-90%|
|Noise level||< 70 dB (A)|
|Pressure||8500 kg at 8 bar|