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baling

[′bāl·iŋ]
(civil engineering)
A technique used to convert loose refuse into heavy blocks by compaction; the blocks are then burned and are buried in sanitary landfill.
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Thanks to intelligent planning and the right baling operation, this center sets a standard of efficiency that keeps Brookstone on a fast track.
NexGen Baling Systems makes a wide range of recycling products, such as Galaxy2R two-ram balers, TIEger Series open-end auto-tie balers and closed-end manual-tie balers.
The company's current operations involve running three largely automated baling lines handling separate components of its business: The Harris 500 handles ferrous scrap; a Harris Centurion handles nonferrous scrap; and a Harris Badger bales the plastic bottles and aluminum used beverage containers (UBCs) from the CRV stream.
does the high-volume baling from within a 55,000-square-foot warehouse located in the center of the 5-1/2-acre plant.
The RB500 is suitable for baling white goods, tin and clips and for logging car bodies, white goods and sheet iron.
Harris says efficiency can be undermined before the baling process even begins if the material is not sorted properly.
The indoor baling operation provides off-season employment and extra income.
According to Jesse Nasianceno of Nexgen Baling Systems, a division of the Vernon, Ala.
Immediately after baling, the bales were carted from the field to the concrete storage pad, individually wrapped with six layers of either black or green wrap and stacked three layers high.
Bundling and baling in preparing the used padding to ship may be the most important step to maximize your operating efficiency and ROI," Trick states.
Baling of the crumb rubber requires high platen forces and long drive strokes.
The tie breakage can occur in the gin within seconds after baling - or days or weeks after packaging - or before or during shipping to a warehouse.