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McHale McHale Orbital Wrapper

The McHale Orbital Bale Wrapper is a high speed round bale wrapper. The McHale Orbital harnesses the proven vertical wrapping ring technology used in the McHale Fusion to deliver a high output, low maintenance bale wrapper which is capable of keeping up with multiple balers.

STANDARD SPECIFICATION

• Fully Automatic Operation

• Patented High Speed Bale Loading

• High Speed Vertical Wrapping Ring

• Wrap Bales from 3’ 7” to 4’ 9” (1.1m - 1.45m)

• Proven and Reliable Cut and Hold System

• Gentle Bale Tip after Wrapping

• Film Break Sensors

• Facility to Wrap with One Roll

• Clever Film Loading

• Expert Plus Control Box

MCHALE PATENTED HIGH SPEED TRANSFER SYSTEM As the lift arm moves the bale towards the wrapping ring, the wrapping roller closest to the tractor moves out of the way which reduces the height the bale has to travel to get to the wrapper. This clever design allows the bale to move from the ground to the wrapping platform in a smooth quick manner, which is stress free on the machine, delivering maximum output.

MCHALE PATENTED TIP ROLLER

Through the use of the patented tip roller the McHale Orbital Bale Wrapper can wrap bales from 1.1 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 even overlap is always achieved.

HIGH SPEED WRAPPING SYSTEM

Once the bale is loaded onto the bale wrapper, the high-speed vertical wrapping ring can apply four layers of fi lm to a 1.25 metre bale in approximately 18 seconds or six layers of fi lm in under 25 seconds. The Orbital low maintenance vertical wrapping ring design ensures an even overlap as the distance between the dispensers and the bale never changes which guarantees an even overlap and drastically reduces the likelihood of plastic breakages



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