Stronger. Faster. Smarter.
ORWAK POWER is a range of really strong, dynamic balers fueled by an innovative hydraulic concept providing more strength and greater durability. Furthermore, the POWER family features a compact machine design that makes the balers easy to transport and install in locations where the ceiling height is limited. The POWER balers are also fast; ready when you are, and they come with several intelligent features to help you keep track of your compaction system and recycling. Material selector and auto start are standard features.
WHY ORWAK POWER?
- Powerful compaction of large volumes of waste
- Low-built design for easy transportation and rich placement opportunities
- Intelligent features make you stay in control
ORWAK CONNECT – A SMART COMMUNICATION OPTION
Orwak Connect is a modem-based communication service enabling the baler to send a message for full bale or if the machine requires maintenance. Furthermore, the service offers great supervising opportunities! In the Orwak Connect web portal it is easy to monitor the fleet of balers and to gather bale statistics for a specific period of time.
CASE STUDY: ROYAL KONA RESORT, HAWAII
Bradley Carlson Facilities Manager, Royal Kona Resort, comments:
Learn how the Orwak Power Increased the Royal Kona Resort’s Recycling ROI
The Royal Kona Resort in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii used an Orwak 3420 Power Baler to increase their recycling ROI by baling cardboard. The net result – They spent less time handling recyclables and more time getting paid for baled cardboard.
“My team simply bales the cardboard inside the facility using the Orwak 3420 cardboard baler – eliminating the cardboard dumpster cost and the need to go outside late at night. Then a recycler picks it up for free and pays us a rebate for the baled cardboard.”
Finally, a 50 ton baler that goes through the front door
Watch the POWER install animation
Safe and convenient bale out of mill-size bales: two hand operation
Power driven bale ejection and as a safety measure; a latch-and-wheel lock on the lower door to relieve pressure from the expanding material in the chamber.