Probably the most energy efficient baler you can buy.
Presona LP Series Balers improve productivity and operational efficiency by increasing your materials throughput and cutting your energy consumption.
Available in a range of sizes to meet all capacity requirements, the Presona LP Baler Series consists of 6 basic models, the OH, EH, VH, CH, DH and XH. These letters refer to the size of the feed opening.
All models are available with either larger or doubled up motors for higher output.
The OH model is an ideal unit for the printing, packaging and graphic industries. Typically incorporating a pneumatic feeding system, the OH does not feature a prepress and so is suitable for low headroom applications. The LP 40 OH baler has a throughput capacity of up to 10 tons/hour.
The EH, VH and CH models accept and process most materials, from paper and PET bottles to household and industrial waste. Typically fed by a conveyor system, these models feature a Presona prepress. This series has a throughput capacity of up to 50 tons/hour.
The DH and XH models have the unique two-step prepress system. This will accommodate a feed opening width of up to 2.2m, with this width maintained from the feed opening down to the bottom of the press chamber to facilitate bulky material processing. The models have a capacity up to 50 tons/hour.
- Minimum energy consumption
- Prepress reduces wear
- Produces optimum size and density bales
- Easily operated
- Mechanically reliable and quiet in operation
- Extensive safety features, CE-marked, meets EU machine directive
- Safest possible working conditions
The following table shows typical minimum and maximum specifications for the current LP Series baler range.
- Actual capacity (max m3/h): 250 – 820
- Theoretical capacity (max m3/h): 460 – 1,260
- Motor size (kW): 22 – 2 x 75
- Output (tonnes/h): 6 – 46
- Feed opening (mm): 1,250 x 1,100 – 2,250 x 1,100
- Press force (tonnes): 50 – 140
- Bale size (mm): 1,100 x 750 – 1,100 x 1,100
- Bale density, paper (kg/m3): 400 – 700
- Weight (tonnes):15 – 46
Throughputs and bale densities are subject to moisture content, material pre-bale density (measured in the press chamber) and other baling variables.