Wastech launches new generation balers


The new generation of Bramidan balers from Wastech Engineering have been designed and built to optimise value and function.

The new range, now available in Australia, offers improved reliability, safety and user friendliness.

More than 50 per cent quieter than other brands and previous models, Bramidan has improved the new generation balers to maximise large throughput, reducing loading times dramatically.

The unique auto-eject function means less manual handling and a high degree of user safety.

The Bramidan balers by Wastech are simple to operate, safe, quiet and efficient, with quick waste handling and high throughput.

Contact Wastech Engineering to arrange a no obligation trial of a Bramidan Baler.

Wastech Engineering
Ph: 1800 465 465

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