2012 - Volume #BFS, Issue #12, Page #13
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No More Bales That Are Too Tight Or Too Loose
On-the-go density control is a big plus for small square baler owners who now must either stop and adjust tension at the bale chamber or put up with making bales that are often too tight or too loose. Bales of consistent size and weight stack and ship better providing hay buyers with added value.
  The Airbaler is a complete bale density control system for small square balers that replaces spring or hydraulic systems. It uses air pressure instead of springs or hydraulics to ensure tension applied to the bale chamber remains nearly constant. The Airbaler also includes an optional Density Adjustor mounted in the tractor cab that allows the operator to increase or decrease the density of bales without even slowing down.
  In a 2009 customer survey, 100 percent of Airbaler users who responded reported an improvement in bale density and 98 percent said they would recommend the Airbaler to others. These are just some of the benefits reported by hay growers across North America:

Bales are more uniform and consistent
Bales are easier to collect with a hay stacker
Bales stack better in the barn and during transportation
Less time spent checking and adjusting bale density
Fewer bales that are too loose or too tight
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Scott Seaver Co. LLC (ph 231 981-0081; www.airbaler.com).



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2012 - Volume #BFS, Issue #12