Balers

Am I guaranteed to get a revenue for my bales?

It depends on the size of your bales and the quantity that you can keep on site. We can advise you on the best machine to ensure you receive a revenue for your waste bales and our sister company WMS can if required collect your material.

Can I have a baler on trial?

Yes all machines excluding horizontal balers can be supplied on a free trial.

Can WMR Balers be installed outdoors?

Yes all our balers can be installed outside subject to the required power supply being available.

Do WM-Rentals carry out risk assessments

Yes prior to any sale or rental contract an engineer will visit your site and carry out a full risk assessment and ensure that there is adequate power supply etc.

Do WM-Rentals deliver and install the machines?

Yes we can deliver all machinery and our team of trained engineers can install the machine and provide full operator training.

Do you have machines in stock?

Yes with the exception of horizontal balers we do keep all machines in stock.

How do I know if I need a vertical or a horizontal baler?

One of our sales team will provide a free no obligation audit to ensure you achieve your recycling goals but as a rough guide if you produce more than ten tonne per week of waste card or plastic you should probably look at a horizontal machine.

Is maintenance included?

Maintenance can be included with all machine rentals or excluded if required, please see our maintenance section for more information.

What is a mill size bale?

A typical mill size bale will weigh a minimum of 400kg and must be secured by four metal wires.

Why should I rent a baler instead of a compactor?

A baler is usually cheaper than a compactor and with the right size baler you can generate a much higher rebate for your recycled material from your waste processor.

Will WM-Rentals part exchange our old machine?

Yes we will look at any recycling machinery to be taken as part exchange against a new purchase or rental