Common Baler Parts: Some of the most common items that may go wrong with a recycling baler are: Key Switch, Hydraulic Pump, Cylinder Packing, Motor Starter, Guides, or Shoes, and Safety Switches. If you do not see yours in stock, let us know, we can get it for you!
Common Compactor Parts: Some of the most common items that may go wrong with a Waste Compactor are: Start Switch, Hydraulic Pump, Cylinder Packing, Motor Starter, Guides, or Shoes, and Safety Switches. If you do not see your part in stock, let us know, we can get it for you!
Need Something Specific? Do you have the part narrowed down? If we do not have it listed doesn’t mean we can’t get it. Send us and email, or give us a call
Repair Seal Rebuild Kit Piqua Baler Cylinder$179.00
Short Wear Shoe Marathon Baler or Compactor 06-0006$65.00
Long Wear Shoe Marathon Baler or Compactor 06-0005$95.00
Repair Seal Rebuild Kit VB Series Cramalot Baler CylinderProduct on sale
Magnetic Safety Interlock Switch W/ Metallic JacketProduct on sale
Replacement Key Switch Maintained On Position 22mmProduct on sale
Hydraulic Tank Reservoir Level Gauge with TempProduct on sale
Hydraulic Tank Reservoir Metal Breathable Cap$44.95
Repair Seal Kit Selco Harris Baler 6″ Cylinder 250750Product on sale
Should I get professional?
Often it leaves a peace of mind allowing a trained service technician to provide the needed maintenance for your equipment. Also, it may seem almost just plain easier to take the time for repair and put it elsewhere in your business. If you think you would be interested in a service repair read more about our service here.
Are Refurbished Parts OK?
We are often asked about the use of refurbished parts in place of new on older machines. Typically the refurbished replacement part will have a lesser warranty on the part, if so, make sure it at least covers its price. Here’s an example: You need a new hydraulic valve, a new one is $200, and it has a 1 year warranty. Well, a used or refurbished one should be comparable or better. So, if you get a good used valve for $100 with a 6 month warranty. It is about equal in value over time. If you get it for $50 and no warranty, it technically is not equal, but that is a call for your businesses wallet.
Does OSHA Allow Non-Trained Service Personal To Repair?
OSHA does not monitor who repairs the machine, but if the machine is safe for operators and other personnel. Your Mom could repair the machine, as long as it was repaired to OSHA standards. One thing you may need to consider is once a repair is needed, you may have to update the machine to comply with new laws. Before it broke down it was Grand-Fathered in, but double check you local laws to see what you need. You can see a list helpful papers that you can download or print here.