Balers

We are proud to offer both Harris & IPS Balers, and we pride ourselves on offering the right baler for the right application. Take a look at our comprehensive list of solutions below.

Badger

The popular Harris Badger is a narrow-box, two ram baler providing quality, efficiency and reliability at an economical price. It produces high density bales with the highest baling force in its class, and is the highest selling machine in its class.

Centurion

The Centurion, like all Harris two ram balers is designed with a solid uni-body construction. The uni-body design gives Harris two ram balers added strength and rigidity to handle difficult materials in difficult applications.

HRB

The Harris HRB is one of the most recognised names in two ram baling, and is the largest constructed line of two ram balers from any manufacturer. It is the perfect baler for medium to high volume productions and is most commonly used in MSW applications but is highly versatile in fibre, non-ferrous metals and other applications.

We also supply and support other Harris equipment including the following:


Innovation and performance are key features applied to the entire IPS baler range, from the largest high-performance Conquest™ balers to the smallest baler models.

Bale-Tie Two Ram Baler

For the highest multi-material throughput the IPS Bale-Tie bales while it ties which increases throughput rates for all grades of waste paper, non-ferrous materials and all grades of plastic.

Horizontal Closed Door
Hinge-Side™ Baler

Possessing a high throughput and huge charge box, it takes fewer strokes to make each bale thanks to the articulating sidewall that pre-compresses material.

Conquest Auto-Tie Hinge-Side™ Baler

The Conquest™ baler is equipped with IPS’ patented technology. The Conquest™ Hinge-Side™ provides the largest charge-box opening available on the market, which eliminates the bridging of bulky recyclables and delivers unparalleled rates of baling production! This baler allows you to feed a larger volume of material at one time, which decreases the amount of strokes needed to make a bale, and extends the liner life with little shearing. The in-feed openings for the Conquest range from 54” to 72” wide, and from 35” to 72” long.

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