QCR Install H700 Horizontal baler at KJ Millard Ltd

23rd Feb 2015

Last week we installed our first H700 Horizontal baler in the UK at KJ Millard Ltd in Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire.

Owner Keith Millard congratulated us on the professionalism our team showed during the installation process and is very pleased with his machine.
KJ Millard also own sites in Gloucestershire and South Warwickshire. They deliver a wide range of skips for domestic and commercial use to areas in North Gloucestershire, North Oxfordshire, South Northamptonshire and South Warwickshire. 

KJ Millard are also dedicated recyclers and currently recycle 85% of all waste that arrives at their waste transfer station.

We wish Keith and the team all the very best with their new H700 Horizontal baler.
QCR Horizontal balers are designed to facilitate users who require higher outputs than mill size vertical balers. 

horizontal baler 800kg bales

We are discovering that the H700 is exceeding our expectations. The H700 has produced bale weights in excess of 800kg - over 100kg more than we thought possible.

Our Horizontal balers are suitable for baling cardboard, plastic, PET bottles, textile, paper, cans, dry waste and straw.

Features include an automatic baling cycle, an anti-jam program, a 4 wire easy tie system and semi-automatic bale ejection.

At QCR we will offer you a free site survey and trial. We also offer free delivery and installation along with complimentary ongoing training.

For more information see H700 Horizontal baler 

QCR installs first horizontal baler

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