New Heath bale and silage trailers add to carting options

A new range of bale and silage trailers, built by Heath Engineering, will be sold in the UK by Oxfordshire-based PK Sales. 

PK’s owner, Paul Kelloway, enlisted the fabrication skills of Heath – which also builds the square bale Super Chaser for Big Bale North – to develop the load luggers. 

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The Proline Super 32 bale trailer range starts with a 7.9m bed and tops out at the largest 10.9m model. All the trailers include a 16t sprung drawbar and 100mm leaf springs, commercial axles and air brakes with load-sensing valves, mudguards and LED road lights.

Standard tyre size on the bale trailers is 445/45 R19.5, and the bed has chequer plate deck. Prices start at £10,500.

Also in the PK fleet is a Proline Super 16 grain and silage trailer. Also sitting on a sprung drawbar, it can hold 21.4cu m of grain or 35.7cu m of silage and runs on 10-stud commercial axles with Alliance 560/60 R22.5 tyres.

Heath grain and sIlage trailer tipping out silage

The sides of the trailer are made from 4mm-thick, high-tensile steel, while the floor is a slightly thicker 5mm. Suspension comes in the form of a single-leaf 30t parabolic design, and there’s a hydraulic tailgate and bolted front ladder.

Prices start at £16,500.