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Bale

A standardized bundle of compressed material, tied together or placed in wrapping. Bales are standardized to weigh different amounts in different countries. They are used to measure shipments of commodities like paper and some agricultural products, such as hay.
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When the baling was complete, numerous small piles of bales had been scattered across the field.
Handling large volumes of metal that, for the most part, have already been exposed to the elements has allowed the baling of scrap iron and steel to evolve into a high-tonnage outdoor exercise using large machines.
Having the counsel of someone with baling expertise has made a real difference in our profitability," Trick relates, "and American Baler Company and their local dealer proved to be an important ally in that area.
A Baling spokesperson says that the company will use CuproBraze technology to produce 500,000 sets of heat exchangers every year, satisfying a wide range of different market requirements.
The factors that compromise baling efficiency can be minimized by using the proper charge box opening for the material to be baled, says Sidney Wildes, president of IPS Balers Inc.
The baling operation is automatic and ordinary binder twine is used instead of wire.
We can make those bigger, stronger and more defined to hold the product back when baling plastics," Wilhelmy adds.
Next to procurement of materials and shipping, wire is the largest cost in a paper baling operation, Szany says.
Brookstone's management team knew that this baling system could never handle the increased corrugated scrap of the expansion to come.
Nasianceno brings many years of experience in the baling equipment and corrugated industries as well as in international selling.
5 million on baling wire during the course of the baler's life.
Heavy structures are preferable because there is a lot of force involved in baling material.