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2 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions WELCOME TO THE SAMUEL STRAPPING SYSTEMS BALER TRAINING PROGRAM Baler Overview Making a Bale Ejecting a Bale Tying-Off a Bale Emergency Operation Troubleshooting Guide

3 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Step 1: Ensure Main Door is locked and closed by tightening Hand Wheel. Open Safety Gate. Load material to be baled.

4 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Step 2: Close Safety Gate by pulling down until contact is made with main door. Baler will not cycle unless this Safety Gate is fully closed. Safety Gate touching Main Door

5 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Step 3: Turn Key Switch to “On” position. Step 4: Press the “Down” Button; platen will automatically cycle. Repeat Steps 1 through 4 until Bale is formed, Platen will automatically stop in the DOWN position when bale is full. Some balers also have an OPTIONAL Full Bale Light that will come on at the same time the Platen automatically stops. Down ButtonKey Switch

6 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Step 5: When full bale is made and baler shuts off automatically in the down position, open the main door by turning the hand wheel in the direction of the arrows until the door latch releases the main door. Door Latch

7 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Step 6: Open Door.

8 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Step 7: Insert baling wire, loop end first, through all the smaller slots in the baler floor until the wire reaches the back of the baler.

9 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions This is what your bale should look like once all the baling wires are fed properly. The picture above illustrates five wires, which is required for our HD Models; however some of our models may have more or less slots for wire. Step 7 cont :

10 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Step 8: At rear of baler, pull baling wire loop end and insert wire through the platen slots toward the front of the baler. It is important not to pull the baling wire all the way through from the slots in the baler floor.

11 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions This is what your bale should look like after Step 8 is completed properly. Notice that both ends of the baling wires are now in front of baler.

12 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Step 9: At front of baler, (A) put wire through loop end and (B) bring down toward you.

13 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Step 9 cont : Twist the wires onto themselves, making several wraps.

14 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Step 10: At rear of baler, install ejector chain to platen by picking up the chain handles and installing them on the hooks sitting inside the baler.

15 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Step 11: Push “UP” Button to eject bale. Stand clear of baler during eject operation. Up Button

16 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Step 12: Remove bale. A pallet can also be placed in front of baler if necessary.

17 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Step 13: Close main door and turn the hand wheel in the proper direction to close the latch and secure the main door. Door Latch

18 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Step 14: Push the “Down” button. A. B. Chains will automatically drop off of platen. The baler will not operate with the main door open. These photos were taken with the door open so you could see the placement of the chains.

19 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Step 15: You are now ready to make your next bale. HOME

20 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions RED STOP BUTTON Should an emergency occur while operating the baler, press the RED STOP BUTTON and the baler will terminate all functions and shut down. EVERYONE AUTHORIZED TO OPERATE THE BALER SHOULD KNOW THIS EMERGENCY PROCEDURE. CAUTION!! IMPORTANT! READ BEFORE OPERATING THE BALER. MUST NEVER VIOLATE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. Samuel Strapping Systems Balers meet and exceed all safety standards set by A.N.S.I. Although Samuel Strapping Systems has included many safety features in the design and construction of the baler, safe operation of the equipment depends on the operator’s adherence to the certain guidelines. To prevent accidents to the personnel or damage to the baler, the operator MUST NEVER VIOLATE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. It is the client’s responsibility to ensue these guidelines are known and followed by all operators of the baler. Emergency Operation

21 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Emergency Operation-Cont.

22 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Troubleshooting Guide

23 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions Troubleshooting Guide – Cont.

24 One Source Smarter Packaging Solutions For Inquiries or Service Requests Please Contact our Customer Service at: for Western Canada for Ontario for Eastern Canada


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