Kuhn’s latest round baler-wrapper combination, the i-Bio+, has an unusual twin film-on-film wrapping system which is said to cut wrapping costs and make it easier to recycle the plastic film.
The machine has a 230cm wide pick-up unit with five tine bars and offers a minimum cutting length of 45mm, with the 23 knives used in a 0, 7, 11, 12 or 23 arrangement.
Bales are formed by 18 PowerTrack rollers with stainless-steel plates that are said to reduce power requirement. The six rollers in the bottom of the chamber act as wrapping table during the bale wrapping process.
The i-BIO+ can be used with conventional net binding or Kuhn’s film-on-film bale binding and wrapping system. This is said to cut wrapping costs, is easy to use and eliminates the need for a separate netting.