Mixed paper is by definition different types of paper mixed together. For instance magazines, office paper, catalogs, phone books and paperboard packaging are considered mixed paper. Cardboard and newspaper are also considered mixed paper if mixed with other kinds of paper.
Presona balers are great for baling mixed paper, newspaper, cardboard and other materials. The machines are fitted with a prepress that makes sure they produce high density bales that are easy to stack. Our balers use less power than most other balers.
Below you will find Presona balers suited for baling mixed paper.
LP 50The LP 50 baler is suitable for baling operations with small to medium throughput requirements. Thanks to the compact footprint is is easy to fit into existing premises. The LP 50 can process up to 25 tonnes/hour and has a combined press force of 75 [...]
LP 60The LP 60 is a very powerful little baler and will do the job for most recyclers! It can compact most materials and can be equipped with a cross strapping unit. The LP 60 can process up to 30 tonnes/hour or more and has a combined press force of 85 [...]
LP 85The LP 85 baler is a high performance baler with exemplary robustness. This bestselling baling machine has a reputation for being able to keep up with high level requirements in the toughest environments. The LP 85 with an added cross strapping unit is the perfect [...]
LP 110This baler is ideal for high-material throughput applications. The LP 110 baling press is, like all our models, extremely robust, reliable and durable. The baler is available in four different versions – with two feed opening sizes and two bale [...]
MP 270 MH “Mega”The Presona MP 270 MH, nicknamed “Mega” is the most powerful baler we make. This baler is intended for recycling and sorting plants or other businesses that bale large quantities of material. It is built using a revolutionary new design concept that creates super-high [...]
- Aluminium/tin cans
- Plastic bottles and hollow containers
- Mixed paper
- Plastic film
- Paper trim
- RDF, SRF and MSW