Taking bale wrapping into a different orbit
Published 07/10/2015 | 02:30
The second new product launched by McHale was the Orbital high speed round bale wrapper (pictured).
With this machine McHale has cleverly used their vertical wrapping ring technology seen in the firm's Fusion baler to deliver a high output bale wrapper capable of keeping up with multiple balers.
Once the operator drives into the bale, the lift arm can automatically lift the bale onto the machine.
As the lift arm moves the bale towards the wrapping ring, the wrapping roller closest to the tractor pivots out of the way.
This reduces the height the bale has to travel to get to the wrapper and allows the bale to move from the ground to the wrapping platform in a smooth, fast manner that is stress free on the machine.
Through the use of the patented tip roller the McHale Orbital wrapper can wrap bales from 1 metre up to 1.45 metres with ease.
The patented tip roller adjusts its height in line with bale size to ensure that the wrapping ring always applies the plastic to the centre of the bale, regardless of the bale diameter. This ensures the correct overlap is always achieved.