Olympic offers the American “PAC” Series Balers, an ideal combination of Accessories to meet your unique baling requirements. The American “PAC” Series is the flagship of the American Auto-tie Baler line. “PAC” Series Balers are ideal for mid-size to large Printers, Corrugated Box plants, Folding Carton facilities, Paper Converters, Envelope plants, Non-woven converters, Paper Mills, Recyclers processing aluminum cans or plastic bottles, and numerous other industrial applications.
Features & Advantages
Heavy Duty Automatic Wire-Tier completes the tie-off cycle in less than 10 seconds. Auto-Tier’s simplistic design uses fewer component parts than any other Tier on the market. Most reliable Auto-tier available.
Most Comprehensive Touch Screen Controller in the industry, features over 50 information screens. Optional modem feature allows data transmission to American Baler and Olympic’s Service Center.
Advanced Dust Control features are standard on all “PAC” Series Models. New Air Blast Accessory automatically cleans behind the baling ram reducing maintenance costs.
Unique Bale Density Control system automatically and continuously regulates the tensioning force exerted on the baled material. For “Slick materials”, the Bale Density control system creates greater squeezing force to achieve the highest bale density possible. No adjustments are required.
Trunnion Mounted Main Hydraulic Cylinder is standard on all “PAC” Series Models. 6, 8, 10 and 12″ diameter cylinders are available to satisfy your bale density requirements.
Energy Efficient Hydraulic Power Packs from 25 to 200 Horsepower are available to meet your capacity demands.
Olympic Wire and Equipment provides balers for the textile/clothing industry with more automation and reliability than others can offer.Horizontal Baler at Fabric facilities Consequently, these machines are highly efficient at producing large solid bales while using less wire, consuming less electricity, and requiring less handling per baled ton. This is not a paper baler. We perfected the baling process for Goodwill Industries, Salvation Army, Savers and many others with specific design changes to the baler’s charge box area and extrusion chamber and most importantly, with special training to all operators on loading and cycling. The resulting bales of clothing are easier to load, stack and ship saving these industries time and labor, increased bale weights and maximizing their revenue.
“Why is wire so expensive?” Supply and demand plays a huge part in this but there are also a number of other factors that contribute to the high cost of manufacturing, producing and distributing goods as widely used as steel wire rod. If you’re using a baler day in and day out at your facility then you already know the importance steel wire rod plays into your department’s everyday functions and productivity.
It’s rare to find a facility that manufactures baling wire in areas local to its most fervent users. Thus, the wire needs to be trucked out to various locations and warehouses, stored and then shipped out when need be. These expenses, though inconsequential at first glance, add up to the greater cost of baling wire to the end user. It is imperative that users such as yourself have an understanding on the supply chain that your wire goes through in order to reach its final destination. Wire prices are not arbitrarily set by companies supplying the product but determined by much larger factors that are often out of the hands of your vendor. Timing is also another issue but less so in allowing you to secure a good deal on pricing. If you see an increase in the goods and services you use on a daily basis in your own life, then it should come as little surprise to see such an increase in the materials you use at work.
Republic Services Opens World’s Largest MRF and operates three (3) IPS Balers from Olympic Wire & Equipment
The Newby Island MRF will recover 80 percent of San Jose’s commercial waste.
SAN JOSE, CA – August 9, 2012 – Republic Services, Inc. celebrates the grand opening of the world’s largest material recovery facility (MRF) located at the Newby Island Resource Recovery Park. The 110 tons-per-hour (tph) multi-stream system will operate with three (3) IPS Balers sold by Olympic Wire & Equipment. It is the first and largest MRF of its kind and sets a new standard for recycling facilities. The facility processes all commercial waste generated in San Jose, California, and recovers more than 80 percent of the material, greatly reducing the amount sent to landfill. San Jose has long led the way when it comes to sustainability and has adopted progressive diversion goals in 2007 through its Green Vision initiative. Republic Services responded to this vision with an innovative way of addressing the waste stream, resulting in a 15-year commercial waste contract with the city. Until now, San Jose’s commercial waste was managed by 20 different haulers and provided less than half of the businesses with recycling services. The new program views waste as a resource and provides standard recycling for all businesses.
8,000 San Jose businesses, the system also households and has the capacity to process (3) balers chosen for this high volume task Ram balers. These were selected for the high absolute necessity for any MRF this size.future service has and will be Inc., with locations in the Bay Area and please contact Olympic Wire & Equipment 949-646-9731
12″ Bore Main Cylinder 8″ Bore Eject Cylinder 100 HP Motor 47″ x 31″ x 64″ Bale Size Expanded 57″ x 96″ Charge Box Opening GREAT FOR BALING: OCC, Paper, Plastic Bottles, PET, HDPE, Aluminum Cans, Light Non-Ferrous Metals
Large auto tie baler; 100 HP Motor (Dual 50’s); 10 inch cylinder; Built in 1998; Capacity: 13 Tons per hour OCC; Large Feed Opening: 42″L x 36″W; Completely Refurbished and in GREAT condition; Great for a large printer or Corrugator Sheet/Box Mfr
Our Service repair branch is available 24 hours a day to assist your company with service related issues as well as preventive maintenance and safety checks. Each service technician is factory trained and certified. Whether your emergency occurs during normal hours or during a holiday weekend, we have technicians available that can service and support your equipment.
Use the Request Service form to contact our service department or call today at (949) 646-9731 ext. 1
THE OLYMPIC WIRE & EQUIPMENT AUTO-TIE HORIZONTAL BALER
When Living Spaces of Rialto, CA. expanded to a 900,000 square foot
Distribution Center (DC), management knew they needed a dependable
baler in their new location. Living Spaces selected Olympic to design
and install their system. Not only did Living Spaces want to play a role
in recycling its scrap, they also wanted to capture the revenue
generated from the scrap of the baled corrugated boxes.
Since the Auto-Tie Baler would be located inside the facility, loud noise, dust and labor savings were of great importance. Management of Living Spaces mentioned that all but one bidder quoted expensive
shredders to accomplish their requirements. Olympic Wire & Equipment was that only bidder to design the system without a loud and dusty shredder. Olympic, having more than 26 years of design experience,
recommended a baler and conveyor combination that would eliminate the use of a shredder avoiding any jams or bridging in the baler’s hopper and achieving high demand capacity. This is a great success says Living Spaces management. They saved over $100,000 in costs, as well as staying away from a noisy and
dusty shredder which requires a great deal of maintenance.
The baler features a very large feed hopper opening, which means Living Spaces employees do not have to spend time breaking down, flattening or dismantling boxes. Employees simply put the large boxes on the in-feed conveyor in the DC, which meters the boxes to the baler for processing. No employee handles the
boxes again until the complete bale is stored or loaded in an overseas container or truck that delivers direct
to the paper mills. Whether the bales are loaded in an overseas container or truck, full payloads are
accomplished with Olympic’s Auto-Tie balers.
Because the baler has a very quick cycle time and only requires 8 seconds to tie off all ten (10) wires, the
facility does not have to cease operation waiting for the baler hopper to clear. This keeps the operation
running smoothly even during the busiest times of the month. Olympic Wire & Equipment provides balers
with this design from required capacities of 100 to 7,300 tons per month. For more information please
contact Olympic Wire & Equipment at (949) 646-9731 or on-line at www.OlympicEquipment.com