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Everything is useful but remember that all machinery have an investment, maintenance and running cost.
So, if you're dealing with a 400 Kg/hour system, you better think to open bales using a couple of operators while if production rate is over 600 Kg/hour, this machine is kind of compulsory.


 Bales Breakers



A Bales Breaker is a machine used to separate bottles that, during baling, have been folded together and therefore difficult to separate.
Going over a certain production rate and when a steady production rate is required, specially running a three shift operation, this is the machine you need.
Our theory, that's actually been verified on the field quite many times, says people, even with the best goodwill, slow down after few hours when their job is fatiguing, specially night time; and this apply all over the world.
Therefore, automating a process, most of the time means increase average production, and , therefore, decrease the final cost of your product and, many machines, pay themselves back in terms of months.
Bales breaker surely is one of them, specially in certain applications because it doesn't only automate the job of few persons but also it delivers a certain, constant, amount of material to the line, making the following machinery to work better and smoother.
Bales breaker is practically a conveyor belt where bales will be placed onto, with a set of spinning shafts scratching the bale of bottles and therefore extracting single bottles at a stated speed.
Speed should be adjusted according to bales weight and consistency in order to supply the right quantity of bottles to the rest of the line.
Because production is what you get at the end, this machine needs to be oversized to handle, at least, 30% more than what the final production should be.
Each shaft has its own electrical motor and is mounted on protected bearings, with grease lubrication, and are easy to maintain and replace if anything happens.
At the outlet, single bottles hit a solid steel wall and fall down into an hopper where a conveyor belt is located for further processing.
Open bales go into a tunnel, protected with two different kind of safety devices (push buttons and wire switch off) before getting hit by shafts.