Shearing and Baling
This sierra shear/baler can prepare #1 steel by shearing material or can be used to make bails. The Fuchs operator can control this machine by remote control thus eliminating the need of an operator in the shear/baler cab. While the machine shears steel or is making a bale the Fuchs operator loads the hopper. By doing this the machine never stops or even slows down greatly improving on our tons per hour proccessing time.
Portable baler with Grapple
This sierra baler is our most versatile baler we own. This machine is completely self-sufficient by having its own grapple built into the machine. We are able to place it next to any large scrap pile in our yard and make bales. This eliminates material contamination by letting us put as much space between scrap piles as needed. We also haul this baler to demolition sites to bale material on-site. This saves a tremendous amount of trucking costs and valuable real estate in our yard.
This machine is our old D&J Press. With a very large loading chamber and extreme power we are able to make large tight bales. This baler reaches 2000 pounds per square inch . This baler also runs with virtually no down time by utilizing the large hopper built in to the left. This baler also has a ejector which actually kicks the bales out of the way and into a nice pile to be stacked at the end of the day.
This is a downstroke baler. We generally use this baler to bale all types of wire, radiators and copper flashing.
This is a second downstroke baler. We generally use this machine to bale radiators and copper flashing.
This is bricketter baler. We generally use this machine to bale non-returnable aluminum cans, light copper and light brass.