The ArnoPress K Series Baling Presses are available with 2 or 3 compactor steps. There are a total of five sizes in the programme. Models 100-2 to 600-2 compact in two steps, while models 100-3 to 350-3 compact the material three-dimensionally.
All parts coming into contact with the scrap are lined with high-strength wear plates with a special wave-shaped profile. The solid welded construction design means that the machines can also be used for heavy continuous operation. The visualisation of all process sequences means that the systems can be integrated into fully automated production lines and can be maintained via a modem.
The main field of use for this press series is the automotive industry and industrial press lines with high waste accumulation.
Transport and storage savings
Up to 30% of expenditure can be saved on the handling and transport of bales.
The 3-stage presses are mainly used in pressing and stamping operations in the automotive and non-ferrous metal industries, in which large quantities of press waste are pressed into highly compact, easily transportable bales with side lengths of 300 or 400 mm.
Raw material recovery
Unlike loose sheets, compressed bales are easier to load and smelt. The exworks produced bales are also free from contamination, meaning that the attainable price is significantly higher.
Steel, stainless steel, aluminium, brass, copper, lead and, in particular, autobody sheet metal from the automotive industry.
Various conveying plants such as scrape conveyors and strap hinge conveyors as well as skip weighers and bale loading systems.
The ArnoPress D Series Baling Press can be supplied in five sizes. Models 80-2 and 100-2 compact on two levels, and models 100-3 to 300-3 compact the material three-dimensionally. The first compression is carried out using a cutting head, which allows bulky parts to be reduced in size as well as achieving precompaction. All parts coming into contact with the scrap are lined with high-strength wear plates with a special trapeze-shaped profile. Each machine can be controlled manually or automatically.
Because transport capacities to and from the scrap yard are a critical price factor, the rapid processing of bulky, light and medium scrap is particularly advantageous. The cuboid shape of the packages means that transport and storage capacity can be optimally used.
Raw material recycling
Unlike loose sheets, compressed bales are easier to load and smelt. Another advantage of these presses is that even small quantities of entirely different materials such as copper guttering, aluminium wire or various sheet metal wastes can be quickly and separately compressed.
The ArnoPress D Series Presses are primarily used at scrap yards and in non-ferrous metal operations in which large, bulky parts are compressed. The APD 220 Car Flattener is a special form of the ArnoPress D Press. Car bodies that have been pressed flat can be shredded more easily.
Steel, stainless steel, aluminium, brass, copper, lead, light and medium scrap as well as car bodies.
Loading rig and power unit for the mobile version of the press up to size ArnoPress D 150. For the larger systems, a prefilling bench can be offered for rapid car body processing.