When you get a large piece of equipment such as a baler, compactor, or packer, it is important that it is installed by an experienced and qualified Baler Technician or Installer. Harmony Enterprises, Inc. has Baler Installers and Service Techs across the United States that are trained for the installation and repair of Harmony brand of balers and recycling equipment.
How to have an Efficient Baler Installation Process
- Find a Baler Installer: If you do not have a baler installer provider yet, you can contact Harmony Enterprises Inc. at (507) 886-6666 and we can give you the contact information for a professional baler installer near you.
- What’s Included: Make sure that you understand what is all included in your baler purchase and the installation, this could save some time and reduce delays in installation later. Also ask what type of baling wire the baler uses and how much is needed to use the baler.
- Electricians or Others Needed: Often times, other professionals will be involved in the baler installation, such as an electrician. Talk to the baler installer about this ahead of time in case you need to coordinate the different contractors needed for the installation, or if they will do that.
- Forklift for the Job: You will need to have a forklift capable of lifting and moving the equipment to be installed. If you don’t have a forklift that is capable of lifting the equipment, the installers will either bring their forklift or rent one for the installation.
- Installation Time Frame: After choosing a baler installer and discussing all the specifications for the baler installation, ask your baler professional on how long the installation process will require from start to finish. This is especially important when the baler installation affects other operations within your company.
- Permit Requirements: Sometimes a permit may be required for your specific situation. Again, ask your baler installer for their expertise on choosing a location for the baler, as well as any permits needed for your equipment/location.
- Training: Talk to your baler installers and service techs about any training that they could provide so that your staff who is operating the baler is comfortable with all of the equipment’s operations, safety precautions, and maintenance recommendations.
- Be Ready to Bale: When the baler is ready to first be started up, you will want to have an ample supply of materials ready to be baled for the first time. Then while your baler installer is there, they are available to make adjustments as needed.
A successful baler installation doesn’t just happen. With some organization and planning in place before hand, and the right baler technician on your side, the installation and use of your new baler will be efficient and successful for the long-haul. Harmony Enterprises, Inc. is here to help!