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New Baler Also Wraps In Plastic
You can bale and wrap in one pass with this new machine from Irish manufacturer, McHale, which was introduced at the Smithfield Show in London.
  The machine was designed from the ground up to produce wrapped silage bales in one pass.
  A roller-type bale chamber forms the bale and then a single wrap of netting is applied to hold the bale together. The bale is then moved to the wrapping chamber as a new bale is started.
  A vertical wrapping ring, equipped with two plastic rolls, quickly seals the bale in several layers of plastic. Takes just 20 seconds to apply four layers of plastic or 30 seconds for 6 layers.
  The machine can produce 50 to 60 wrapped bales per hour in a heavy crop. The machine features a single control box that monitors and controls all operations. It even features an auto greasing system that automatically feeds a small bit of grease to bale rollers after each bale is made.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, McHale Engineering, Castlebar Road, Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo, Ireland (ph 011 353 92 20300; Website: www.mchale.net)

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2003 - Volume #27, Issue #1