High-Speed Vertical Wrapping Ring
Once the bale is loaded onto the bale wrapper, the high-speed vertical wrapping ring can apply four layers of film to a 4′ bale in under 25 seconds.
High-Speed Transfer System
As the lift arm moves the bale onto the wrapping platform, the front roller pivots down to reduce the height the bale has to travel to the wrapping position. This design allows the bale to transition in a smooth and quick manner that is stress-free on the machine. The lift arm also has the ability to carry a bale while another is being wrapped, delivering higher output.
Through the use of the patented tip roller, the McHale Orbital bale wrapper can wrap bales from 3’7″-4’9″ 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 a correct and even overlap is always achieved.
Heavy-Duty Lift Arm
The heavy-duty lift arm also has the ability to carry a bale while another bale is being wrapped, delivering higher output.
Cut & Hold System
At the end of the wrapping cycle, the hydraulically operated cut & hold system cuts and holds the film in position ready to wrap the next bale.
Automatic Film Break Sensors
Automatic film bream sensors monitor the plastic as it leaves the dispenser rollers. If plastic breaks or runs out, the machine will notify the operator via the control console.
Easy Film Loading
Both dispensers are easily loaded from the left side of the machine, When the first roll is loaded, an index button rotates the second dispenser around to the same location on the machine.
Extra Film Storage with Easy Handling
The McHale Orbital can carry 8 rolls of film:
2 rolls in the dispensers + 6 spare rolls in the film storage.
The Expert Plus control console provides clear indicators of machine performance on it’s large graphic display and with the load sensing valve, makes the high-speed wrapping operation fully automatic.
Bale Tip / Side Tip (Optional)
When tipping off the bale, the rear wrapping roller moves downwards to gently place the tightly wrapped bale on the ground.