International Baler, also known as “IBC" has been an established leader in the baling industry since 1946. Internationally sold and represented, our balers are designed for reliability, longevity, maximum performance and ease of operation, with operator safety in mind. We are an industry leader in balers for custom applications, allowing us to design equipment to fit your requirements. We also have over 200 standard models to choose from.
Our balers come in a wide variety of configurations, sizes, and costs based on the materials being recycled and the output demands. We provide balers for a wide range of customers, from municipal recycling facilities and high-volume warehouses, to smaller businesses just looking for a way to stop paying for cardboard removal.
Give us a call at 1-800-231-9286 and tell us your specific situation. You'll be surprised at the variety of options you have to fit your budget. Our Service Department is also accessible over the phone for more common issues, and we offer field service for more assistance.
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International Baler Corporation offers the widest range of baling equipment in the industry to meet the many different needs of our customers. From entry level Vertical Balers to high-production Auto-Ties and Two-Rams, we also offer many models of specialty baling equipment for products like foam, textiles and rubber.
In addition to our well known product line of fine balers, we also offer ancillary equipment, such as Conveyor Systems, Fluffers, and Dumpers.
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International Baler Corporation's offices and manufacturing shops are located on our multi-acre facility in Jacksonville, Florida. We do all of our construction and fabrication in-house, so we can assure quality craftsmanship.
Since 1945 International Baler Corporation has been a leader in design and manufacture of commercial and industrial recycling equipment with over 20,000 units shipped worldwide. IBC is internationally recognized for quality, reliability, durability and the strength of its equipment. This has been accomplished by having over 150 years of combined engineering and manufacturing experience in this industry.
International Baler Corporation has the largest and most diversified product line in the baler industry, with over 200 configurations to select from. We take a great deal of pride in assisting our customers and dealers in selecting the right model equipment for their specific application.
PARTS & SERVICES
Our Parts Department stocks a wide variety of commonly needed components, and can special order other items when needed. Most items, if not in stock, can be ordered and shipped quickly. Other items, such as some cylinders, usually require a delivery time of at least several weeks.
If you are purchasing replacement parts or just ordering parts to keep in stock, it is best to plan ahead to make sure that the parts are there when you need them.
Don't forget that we also carry a full line of baling wire and other consumable items.
We can ship worldwide, and offer various shipping options to fit the individual customer's needs.
You can also set up a customer account with us. Call for more information on how to set up an account today, so you can get the parts you need when you need them.
Our Service Department is ready to help you when you get into a jam. We offer in-house (phone or e-mail) service help and also offer on-site service should you need further assistance.
International Baler Corporation prides itself on standing behind what we sell, and back that up with one of the best service departments in the industry.
We also have a nationwide network of local service shops to help us to provide quick response time should field service be required.
How to Contact Us
We'll be happy to discuss your specific situation to help you find the best solution for your application and budget. No two situations are ever the same, which is why just about every application we build is custom fit for your specific need.
Contact us by phone at 1-800-231-9286, , or you can fill out the information below and we'll be glad to contact you.
If you are contacting parts or service, please include all of the above information, as well as the model number and serial number of the baler you are calling about.
Please fill out as much information as possible, it will help us to better service your needs.
Frequently Asked Questions about Baling and Recycling
Do I need a baler?
If you generate any type of waste or by-product that can be recycled, you could use a baler to reclaim your valuable materials and save waste removal costs.
What are the benefits of baling my material?
Eliminating the cost to have waste hauled off.
Better for the environment.
Compacted materials take up less space.
In most cases baling can be a profitable investment.
What do I do with the finished bales?
Local or national materials brokers will purchase most baled products. Many facilities that produce a type of product (for example, plastics) will use a percentage of recycle materials in their manufacturing processes. Some “green" manufacturing facilities will only use recycled materials.
What kind of baler do I need for my application?
The type and size of the baler required for you application will vary. It’s best to call one of our knowledgeable sales staff to assist you.
Some key information you will need to provide will be:
What is your product?
How will you want to feed it?
What is your running volume?
What weight and size bale do you require?
Do you make a baler for my individual application?
We can custom configure our balers to fit each individual application, and in some cases have built completely custom balers specifically for applications.
What other products will my machine bale?
Most of our balers are capable of baling multiple materials, but it ultimately would depend on the model of baler and the material in question.
Will I need an automatic or manual-tie baler?
This is usually determined by the volume of material you are processing. Auto-tie balers have a much larger volume capacity per hour because they can tie the bales off much faster than manually tying.
What will my baler cost?
Baler cost will depend on your particular requirements. IBC does offer a full line of balers, from entry level verticals to full auto-tie and two-rams.
Do you offer financing?
IBC does not at this time offer “in-house" financing, but we work with several outside financing companies that can assist you.
What if my material is not typically baled?
We build many different types of balers to cover a wide variety of materials. If your material is something that we have not dealt with, you can provide us with a sample for testing to determine the proper unit for your application.
Will I need an oil cooler/heater?
This will depend on how often the baler is running, and also location (hot or cold climates). Our auto-ties come standard with an oil cooler, and our two-rams are standard with both a cooler and heater.
What other optional equipment do you offer?
Depending on the model baler, we have many different options, please speak with one of our sales staff in regards to options.
What safety standards does IBC adhere to?
IBC meets or exceeds ANSI Z 245.5 safety standards for balers, and our control panels are UL approved.
Do you offer installation services or on-site training?
We have a network of dealers around the country in most market areas, call our sales department for more specific details.
What kind of oil will I need for my baler?
IBC can supply you with a list of recommended hydraulic fluid specifications.
What kind of wire will I need for my baler?
Baling wire type, length and thickness will vary, depending on the model baler and the material being baled.
EYE FOR INNOVATION
Montgomery Scrap Corp. (MSC), Rockville, Md., is a full-service scrap metal recycling company serving the Mid-Atlantic region. The company, which has been in business since 1949, purchases scrap metal from customers across seven states and sells material to consumers throughout the United States and beyond.
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A SOLID INVESTMENT
Baling municipal solid waste (MSW) so that the bale maintains its integrity takes the right baler, says Larry Heinrich, utilities superintendent of the City of Alliance, Neb. Fortunately, since the summer of 2009, the Alliance Solid Waste Department has had just the right baler on the job—a horizontal two-ram model from International Baler (IB).
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DENSIFIER RESULTS ARE CAN-TASTIC
Lycoming County Resource Management Services in central Pennsylvania runs a 60,000-square-foot sourceseparated MRF that takes in a steady stream of recyclable containers, including aluminum used beverage containers (UBCs).
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LOYALTY THAT’S EARNED
The Collins family and its employees at Collins Metal Co., Forest City, N.C., have worked hard to keep the scrap metal flowing into their yard despite wider economic conditions. According to Ben Collins, ferrous and nonferrous scrap has continued to pour into the facility in healthy amounts.
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The enactment of Hawaii’s bottle bill in January 2005 has provided Aloha Recycling with the opportunity to serve as a redemption center and take in aluminum cans and glass and plastic bottles.
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DOING MORE, PAYING LESS
GEEP-North Carolina uses its new International Baler model to bale more materials while using fewer labor hours. Operating a facility that recycles obsolete electronics involves a number of processing steps that can lead to a wide variety of secondary commodities to be baled and shipped.
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Alma Iron & Metal has put a new International Baler to work right away as its all-purpose workhorse machine. For Alma Iron & Metal of Alma, Mich., 2007 has been off ering a lot of new perspective. "We moved to a new facility after 66 years at a previous site," notes Roger Simon, who is vice president of the company. His brother David serves as president.
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Florida’s Patriot Metals sticks with International Baler for dependable, high-quality two-ram baling results. When it came time for Patriot Metals Inc. of Gibsonton, Fla., to expand its baling capacity, the company’s Larry Nash turned to the source he trusted: International Baler Corp.
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When American National Recycling needed to boost its baling power, the company chose International Baler to get the job done. As the aluminum cans and plastic bottles were brought to his Ontario, Calif., plant in increasing numbers, Joe Davies of American National Recycling was aware he needed more baling power at his disposal.
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A SERIOUS UPGRADE
An International Baler two-ram model brings big-time performance to Beacon Recycling's small Michigan town. Steve Bolhuis considers himself a small-town recycler, but his Muskegon, Mich., company, Beacon Recycling Inc., has accomplished big things rrecently.
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A Vertical Baler is a good low cost option when production volume isn't a priority. Vertical balers can bale a wide variety of materials.