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Mil-tek balers and compactors are built to last. Mil-tek A/S and Mil-tek USA comply to rigorous safety standards including ANSI (American National Standards Institute), we use 98% recyclable material, and we coat all our balers with a high quality, anti-corrosion powdered enamel finish to protect the surfaces. We carry out stress tests on all aspects of the machines; from the pressing plate to the cylinders, on all springs, valves and gauges to ensure that your Mil-tek machine is working at its optimum.
Even still, your baler will sustain some pretty heavy usage in their lifetime. Whether it is service or repairs, we have a dedicated team of professionals ready to provide remote or onsite support.
To meet industry standards, it is important that a Mil-tek trained and certified Technician maintains your baler or compactor and provides you with Mil-tek-approved replacement parts.
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With proper care and usage, your Mil-tek machine should last well beyond its 10-year life span.
In fact, the very first baler we built back in 1991 is still running today - 24 years on!
If you use your Mil-tek baler on a regular basis, it can go through around 20,000 cycles a year. In order to maximize the lifespan of your machine, we recommend you have it serviced by a certified Mil-tek technician at least once a year.
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We've got user guides, manuals and safe operating procedures for all models of Mil-tek balers and compactors.
We have technicians in almost 30 countries. All Mil-tek certified Technicians are required to visit the production headquarters of Mil-tek Denmark and go through a rigorous training course in order to achieve certification and recertification.
Our training covers the functionality, operation and mechanics of all our plastic and cardboard balers, general waste compactors, EPS compactors and our hydraulic balers.
A Mil-tek Technician will conduct a complete examination of your Mil-tek baler or compactor and carry out any and all necessary repairs.
A technician will also ensure that your staff are fully trained in the ongoing use and maintenance of your machine, and ensure that safe operating procedures and manuals are readily available.