Archiv – U.K.-based J.McIntyre Machinery claims that its JMC 6000 will bale almost anything. According to the company, the fully automatic baling centre has been designed to meet the needs of the modern waste and metal processor. U.K.-based J.McIntyre Machinery claims that its JMC 6000 will bale almost anything. According to the company, the fully automatic baling centre has been designed to meet the needs of the modern waste and metal processor.
With a capacity of up to 10 tonnes per hour and a compression force of 245 tonnes, the machine is equally at home in a waste transfer station, at the end of a production line or in a scrap yard. It can even handle white goods such as fridges and washing machines.
The JMC 6000 is a direct result of a change in focus back to the Nottingham-based company’s traditional product range. Over recent years, McIntyre has seen a shift in metal and waste processor demand from relatively inexpensive manual metal handling equipment towards large and costly baling systems capable of processing a range of different materials automatically.
McIntyre has designed the JMC 6000 to handle just about everything cost effectively and fully automatically, including: ferrous and non-ferrous metals, turnings, off-cuts, mixed metal and plastics waste, aluminium and steel cans, aerosols, oil filters, fridges and washing machines. Each machine is designed to fit a particular application in terms of hoppers and conveyors for both infeed and output of materials.
McIntyre Sales Director Phillip Pownall comments: ’We receive hundreds of enquiries for equipment able to bale a range of materials from metals to wood to plastic. We believe that the 6000 will have sufficient power and speed to handle different materials cost effectively, with a machine price far below any comparative equipment on the market.’€™
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