Manufactured to the highest specifications to ensure uniform thickness and excellent weather protection, minimise spoilage from unwanted temperature fluctuation, and produce nutrient rich forage. Our trusted design offers UV protection from sun damage, ideal tack levels, reduced risk of necking, as well as low permeability - reducing the effects of air and water upon the bale.
The advanced technology and raw materials, used to produce the film, ensures there are no weak points created within the wrap, whilst every pallet undergoes rigorous tests to guarantee the highest standards are always met before the finished product is allowed to leave the factory. With support and back-up on hand from our technical team for all our customers, the wrap is the right choice at the right price for superior winter forage.
This time and cost-effective wrap has all the protective benefits of standard film, whilst its unique pre-stretched design creates a tighter, less permeable, seal around the bale - significantly lowering the risk of spoilage. It is suitable for use with all balers, to create any shape or size of bale, and helps increase the final quality of winter forage produced.
With its special resin formulation giving it greater strength and lowering the risk of puncturing during use, each roll has an additional 400 meters of film compared to standard wrap. This means fewer roll changes, as well as a reduction in waste. Each roll is also interchangeable with standard film, meaning there is no need for time consuming changes or adjustments of machinery, before use.
A thin, yet extremely robust, pre-stretched wrap designed specifically for smaller haylage bales. Its unique durable design has an optimum stretch of 32-38% and is twinned with low gas permeability properties, resulting in a better seal around the bale. These properties act to lower the risk of spoilage and increase nutrient retention. Such benefits can be improved still further by opting for the Eco-green colour option, which has been proven to significantly reduce temperature variations - a well known cause of silage degradation.
The film is a time and cost effective solution to small bale wrapping, as the reduced thickness results in a greater total length per roll. This means faster and more efficient wrapping - due to fewer roll changes - increasing output, whilst still guaranteeing high quality forage.
A versatile, premium quality, lightweight netting suitable for all makes of round balers - providing edge to edge coverage to help achieve compact, well shaped, bales every time. Each roll is guaranteed for 12 months to be UV stabilised, to prevent sun damage, as well as being both stronger and lighter than ever before - all thanks to new technology developed within the manufacturing process.
The netting comes in a wide range of sizes, with directional roll side markings and convinient carrying handles for ease of use. The high specification the netwrap has been designed to will also ensure it performs consistently well within the baler- feeding easily into the machine and remaining tangle free during operation. All of which helps make it one of the leading choices in the production of high-quality forage.
An innovative new alternative to netwrap, made from strong recyclable film - designed to produce safe, compact, higher density bales with increased nutrient retention. The PreTech ® technology employed to produce Trio Bale-Compressor creates significantly thinner film without any loss of performance; allowing it to be stretched tighter around bales which, in turn, makes them both lighter and safer to handle in the field.
Its unique composition will lock greater levels of nutrients within the forage, lower the risk of puncturing during wrapping and - unlike conventional netwrap - will not freeze to the silage during winter. Bales wrapped in this manner can then be opened and removed in a single step with an automatic opener, whilst the waste film is then suitable for recycling within the same waste fraction. All of which minimises time and labour, ultimately saving on overall costs at the same time as increasing forage quality.