7810 Bale Processor
Features & Design
- Bale Ejector:
- The side door opens sideways, allowing for bale ejection if mold or other unwanted material is discovered in mid process. Patent Pending.
- Easy maintenance access - no more having to crawl into the machine to make adjustments or remove twine.
- Two Stage Bale Lift:
The machine pulls the bale up and away so the next bale is undisturbed.
- Big Gap Slat Spacing:
A large gap between the slats pushes the bale rather than carrying the bale, translating to less slippage of the bale over the slats, and less wear and tear on components.
- Easy Twine Removal:
The parallel running bars create separation between the twine and the rotor, allowing the operator adequate space to inset a cutting tool for easy twine removal.
- Stationary Knives:
The flails on the rotor pass through removable stationary knives to chop hay for a more palatable consumption.
- Large Bale Lift Bed:
The large, fully covered bale lift bed assists in containing bales that might be odd in size or that begin to fall apart when lifted. This eliminates the problem of hay falling between the lift members of off the sides.
- Square Bale Attachment:
An attachment that easily goes from round to square with no adjustment, Handles 3x3 and 3x4 square bales. All operations are controlled hydraulically from the cab. Patent Pending.
- Grain Tank by Mark's Welding and Repair:
A tank capacity of 24 bushels, designed for gravity flow to auger.
- Light Kit:
For night time operations.
||3 Double Acting
|Slug Bar Adjustment
|Tire Size (Standard)
||16.5L-16.1 Flotation Tires