A new paper baler in North East London

NEWS RELEASE: Gosforth Recycling Equipment Limited (GRE) has recently installed an Anis Trend S1000KV baler and Conveyor into G&C Waste Paper in Tottenham. This is the second of these large balers GRE have supplied and their 13th Anis Trend baler in the UK.


The G&C Waste Paper spent several months contacting various baler manufacturers obtaining prices and specifications, but selected GRE/Anis Trend for their competitive pricing (half the price of the most expensive), their helpful approach by providing site surveys drawings and as the much advice as required. They provided a turn key package with no hidden extras only requiring an electricity supply and a pit for the conveyor.

The model S100KV has a 100ton press force, pre press flap and side tying. The bale size is a standard 1100 x 1100 and at 1500 mm long the bale weights are 750kg on OCC. The feed conveyor is 1600 mm wide with a horizontal section of 5000 mm. Capacity on OCC is 5-6 tons/hour. The baler has been programmed for OCC, PAMS, News and Printers Trim. The PLC can be programmed for up to 10 different materials, simplifying grade changes.

Anis Trend balers range from the little 25ton – S25K through four sizes to the 100 ton S100KV pre press baler. A recent innovation is their mini pre press baler combining the advantages of both shear and pre press. This is ideal for waste transfer stations and MRFs where a number of differing fractions need to be processed in a small, fully automatic baler.

The GRE provides a full service from initial specification, sales, site drawings, installation, commissioning, operator training and risk assessment from one UK based company – for further information contact Peter Newby of GRE on Tel: +44 (0) 191 213 0484

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