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BALERS: KEEPING IN TOUCH WITH PATHFINDER

BELLEVUE, OH -- The new Pathfinder touch screen from American Baler Company allows operators to easily program a baler operation -- thereby increasing machine productivity and operator safety. The un...


August 1, 2000
By Pulp & Paper Canada

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BELLEVUE, OH — The new Pathfinder touch screen from American Baler Company allows operators to easily program a baler operation — thereby increasing machine productivity and operator safety. The unit features a touch screen with user-friendly graphics that guide operators through such common processes as set-up, trouble-shooting and product changeover. The screen ensures that operators can quickly set up baler operations, including control of the conveyer, tier, fluffer and bale length. The Pathfinder monitors input and output of the baler, provides data collection and reports bale count and other important product information. A diagnostic feature allows operators to pinpoint a jam or other malfunction on a computerized cross-section of the baler. Screens are available in color or in black-and-white.

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