Disposable tableware refers to tableware that can be thrown after one use only, such as plastic knives, forks, spoons, bowls, disposable bamboo chopsticks, paper plates, paper cups, paper towels, etc.
It brings a lot of convenience to our lives and is more hygienic, because disposable tableware does not need to be washed and reused. However, at the same time, it also brings a lot of garbage to our environment, not only some plastic products, but also paper products, aluminum products, laminated cardboard, foam plastics, and so on.
Many disposable tableware materials are recyclable. Even if they cannot be recycled and reused, it is very limited to use the filling method to dispose of garbage. Therefore, in order to reduce the volume of waste, it is very necessary to use a Baler machine to compress and pack, especially For those restaurants and fast food industries.
Many types of packers produced by Nick Machinery are suitable for making disposable tableware. For example, a semi-automatic horizontal machine for manual strapping is very suitable. It can produce bales weighing 700 to 900Kg and 1100x1100x1200mm in size.
This semi-automatic horizontal machine can be connected to a conveyor for automatic feeding, improving production efficiency and output (up to 4 to 6 bales per hour). If your output requirements are not high, you can choose a multi-function baler and a long-stroke baler.
Both of these balers are vertical machines with a small footprint and can be used for a variety of materials including disposable tableware. Depending on the model you choose, the output is different. Generally, 1 to 7 bales can be hit per hour.
There are also many different options for the size of the bale, from the smallest 600*400*500 (mm) to 1500*760*1000 (mm). The weight of the bale also varies from 20 to 500 kg accordingly.
One of the most important features of these two machines is that they are very easy to operate, and the whole process only needs one person. Moreover, these two machines are equipped with a liquid contact device. If there are cups or plastic bottles in the packaging material, the residual liquid that flows out during the packaging process can be collected.
If you need a Baler machine to process disposable tableware, please contact Nick Machinery at 86-29-86031588, we will recommend you the most suitable machine. www.nkbaler.com