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WASTE RECYCLING


Stronger, faster, better. The brand new MAC 2 series baling presses


THE Macpresse series 2 balers are stronger, faster, better than their predecessors. Based on the tried and tested series 1 design, the series 2 models use the latest technology to provide increased speed, better bales, more operator choices, reduced running costs and easier maintenance. The feed hopper on series 2 machines is now 12% larger than previous models, making loading material more efficient. The design of the pusher ram provides more axial pressure and no radial load, ensuring the energy goes to compressing the material and wear on seals is reduced considerably. Coupled with IE 3 high effi ciency motors this equates to a 30% energy saving. The re designed cutting blades increase bale integrity and reduce energy consumption, and the counter pressure cylinder produces 40 tonne axial pressure


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- again with no radial pressure. Service life of the machine has been extended by 30%, with the main cylinder mounted centrally with spherically mounted seals to reduce radial loads on the stem. Larger doorways provide easier maintenance, and the structure of the machine has been redesigned using high resistant steel - giving a 10% increase in the overall robustness on the new models. XL models also feature a 1.5m long


extrusion chamber, which is 45% longer than normal, giving better bale density in all materials. Bale tying is performed by an electro mechanical system to improve fl exibility and optimise costs. This system simplifi es the cleaning process for the tying machine, guaranteeing greater safety for the operator. The maintenance and cleaning of the tying machine is carried out at fl oor level, and operations on the steel wire are not required beneath the machine. It is possible to choose from 4, 5 or 8 steel or plastic wires, depending on the material being processed Looking at the improvements made to the series 1 machines, the series 2 machines add up to a great baler for all materials. For further details call Paul Godfrey at RCP Systems on 07808 365866 www.rcp-systems.com


MAC


series 2 balers


MAC 2 our best balers yet.


The MAC series 2 balers offer easier loading, lower maintenance, denser bales, additional longevity and improved efficiency in all areas. Just look at the specs.


Highly efficient blade system 12% larger hopper 30% more efficient IE3 motors 30% longer service life


400% longer lasting Hardox steel liners 50% improvement in tying speed choose 4, 5 or 8 wires


LONG LASTING RELIABILITY ENVIRONMENTS HARSH


LOW ENERGY CONSUMPTION


ROBUSTNESS MAINTENANCE EASY


OPERATOR SAFETY


INTERCHANGEABILITY FAST FLEXIBILITY


HIGH CABLE RESISTANCE


Discover more about the new 2 series machines by visiting us on stand 5E40 (Swiss-Enviro) at the RWM Exhibition, Birmingham.


RCP Systems Tel: 07808 365866 paul.godfrey@rcp-systems.com www.rcp-systems.com


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