The vertical baling press HSM V-Press 860 TimeSave has, in addition to the well-known advantages of the V-Press series, a decisive added-value factor: significant savings in time with less staff needed for the task. Easy, fast and economical. That is how the latest addition to the HSM GmbH + Co. KG product portfolio can be summed up. Once again, the baling press manufacturer from South Germany has its finger on the pulse with this new development, as the baling press is perfect for the market and its currently increased requirements.

The continuous increase in cardboard consumption and the growing mountains of packaging waste have also meant increased requirements for recycling. Storage and warehouse space needs to be used more and more efficiently, or is perhaps not even available. The HSM V-Press 860 TimeSave decreases the volume of recyclable material by up to 95 percent and, with segregated bales, generates a secondary raw material which can be put back into the recycling loop. The positive side effect: over a certain weight, the bales have a substantial market value. The high degree of compression saves storage space and facilitates transportation. Less strapping material is also required.

Thanks to the time-saving lifting-tilting device, it only takes a few seconds to load the HSM V-Press 860 TimeSave using a collection cart. The bulky cardboard can first be collected in this large, robust collection cart. It is also not a problem if the cart is slightly overfilled. The cardboard is then compressed automatically without the need for prior cutting. The practical collection cart is available from HSM as an option. In a direct comparison to other vertical baling presses with automatic loading, up to one and a half hours can be saved per bale – each cart is emptied within 12 seconds. When compared to vertical balers with manual loading, the HSM V-Press 860 TimeSave can even save you up to five hours per bale. Moreover, the baler can be loaded manually at any time.

The bales are strapped 4-fold with Quicklink-wire and have been optimized for cost-effective storage, transport and commercialization. With maximum dimensions of 1200 x 780 x max. 1000 millimetres, the highly compressed bales reach a weight of up to 430 kilogrammes (depending on the material). The closed system allows for a simple, safe and clean operation.

Rapid-Stroke Technology saves Time and Money

With a pressing force of 594 kN and the quiet, energy-saving rapid-stroke technology, it is the economical and environmentally friendly solution for many waste disposal tasks. The rapid-stroke technology significantly lowers the power consumption and the drive power whilst simultaneously increasing the throughput performance. Using this technology, the stroke time is reduced by up to 40% in comparison to conventional drives. Due to a special pump technology, the machines are also particularly quiet.

Thanks to the special HSM TCS (TorsionControlSystem), the inclination of the pressing plate is monitored continuously in all directions. This prevents one-sided loading, optimizes the pressing process and therefore ensures a long operational life and a high degree of process reliability. The machine is controlled and operated using a modern micro-processor and a convenient membrane keypad with a graphics capable text display which shows the current status of the machine.

About HSM GmbH + Co. KG:
The HSM Environmental Technology product portfolio comprises vertical and horizontal baling presses with a pressing force of between 3 and 70 tonnes as well as semi and fully automatic baling presses with a pressing force of up to 150 tonnes. The company also manufactures specialized solutions for emptying, perforating, crushing and compressing PET bottles. Powerful machines for the destruction of large quantities of data such as document shredders and hard drive shredders offer a cost-effective addition to the service portfolio of a professional recycling company.

Contact Information:

HSM GmbH + Co. KG

Austraße 1-9

88699 Frickingen / Germany

Tel.  +49 7554 2100-0

Fax: +49 7554 2100-160




Contact: Christina Fallnich