Channel balers from Presona
With a channel baler from Presona you will get consistent, high density bales which will decrease your transport costs. Also, our balers with prepress technology uses less energy than conventional balers. This will reduce your impact on the environment and lower your operational costs.
What material do you want to compact?
Do you want to bale cardboard, aluminium, plastic film, hollow containers, plastic bottles, mixed paper, newspaper, packaging waste, RDF, SRF, municipal waste or some other material? We can help you.
What does your company do?
Whether your business is recycling, manufacturing, logistics or something else that requires materials compacting, there is a Presona baling machine that suits your needs!
A little or a lot to bale – we have the right channel baler!
Depending on the model and configuration of the baler our machines have a throughput of 4 to 55 tonnes per hour. All Presona balers are automatic balers.
The prepress technology – better bales and less energy usage
With our prepress system your baler will no longer cut off excess material. Instead it will rely on an initial pre-compression step to achieve the best bales. With a prepress the baler will use all of its power for compaction and thereby reducing the energy usage significantly compared to a shear baler. This technology also gives you more consistent bales. Learn more about our Prepress Technology.
Proven quality – all around the world
We have been designing, producing and maintaining balers since the 1940’s and have a large network of resellers around the globe. There are Presona horizontal balers in more than 65 countries and they have all been built to the highest standard in our factory in southern Sweden.
Among our customers you will find companies such as Stena Recycling, DS Smith, Smurfit Kappa, Stadler, ASDA, Biffa, Tesco, COOP, XPO Logistics, DHL, Honda, P&G, Eggersmann, Suez, Shop Direct, Eco-City and many more.
How to understand our model names
Model names can also include designations for options, such as K for cross strapping, F for polypropylene strings and WD for waste design (exhangeable wear plates).