Cardboard balers compact waste material and convert it into a shaped and compacted final product (a bale). Loose, unbound cardboard can quickly pile up in a work environment, taking up valuable storage space and becoming a safety hazard. As cardboard balers bind and bale the material, it compresses mountains of cardboard into manageable bundles, ready for recycling. Those bundles take up less space and help keep work areas clear of excess debris. However, if a cardboard baler fails, cardboard material begins to pile up inside the machine, which takes up space, creates blockages, and can quickly become a fire hazard. Our skilled team of repairmen can fix a number of issues that may arise with your business's cardboard baler as well as running preventative maintenance services to make sure your equipment continues running smoothly. We can troubleshoot your baler's technical issues, from leaks, mechanical errors, hose failure, hydraulic issues, and more.