A Leader in Baling from the
Concepts has chosen to team itself with the leader in baler
manufacturing. The very idea of continuous horizontal baling
originated with American Baler. The company's roots can be traced
to a division of an agricultural machinery manufacturer. During
the industrial growth of the 1940's, the need for faster baling of
printing trim and other bulky products resulted in the formation
of The American Baler Company.
Early horizontal balers were mechanical models operating without
the benefit of hydraulics. But, they were still far more advanced
than their slower vertical style contemporaries.
Even back then, American Baler
engineers were concentrating on smoothing out the directional
changes in the baling ram. Note the huge flywheel on the vintage
horizontal baler pictured here.
In the years since,
American Baler has been responsible for nearly every major advance
in horizontal baler development. When hydraulics came into popular
use, American Baler introduced a number of innovations, including
the Ultramatic low-shock hydraulic system and the first automatic
hydraulic bale density control with hydraulic four-way tension.
American Baler led the industry in offering the first proprietary
solid state controls. Fully programmable controllers were
introduced in the early 1980's. The newest microprocessor is
apparent on all of the current balers.
In 1971, American Baler introduced an improved bale tying system
to make baler operation completely automatic. The American Baler
auto-tier mechanism pulls rather than pushes the bale wire between
the bales. Its widely praised compact design places all moving
parts on one side of the baler for ease of maintenance.
American Baler acquired
the Economy Baler Division I 1976, expanding the American Baler
line of vertical and horizontal balers to include a variety of
smaller capacity models.
Today, American Baler innovation continues to refine baler
products that are already considered standards of the industry,
and to introduce pacesetting new products as well. Now, more than
ever, there is a proven American Baler to fit your needs. And,
it's backed by a level of experience and service before, during
and after the installation that remains unmatched.
Consistently better bales is the reason Innovative Design Concepts
and its people prefer American Baler. Many balers are capable of
making bales if they are loaded and cycled in a certain way. An
American Baler, on the other hand, is designed to continuously
produce one high quality, high density bale after another. With
American Baler you save two ways: high density bales reduce your
storage and shipping costs; and, because of their design
efficiency, American balers reduce your energy costs and wire
costs per baled ton of material.
If you would like to receive a full color brochure with
suggestions on how to reduce your costs with American Baler's Full
Line of Balers, fill out an
information request form, or call Innovative Design Concepts
at 1-419-483-5556 for your free information packet.
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