• Standard in-cab adjustable density
• Variable core density adjustment for tailored baling from the comfort of the cab
New Holland Roll-Belt™ balers redefined round baling with their technology that can improve capacity by up to 20% and density by up to 5%. Since their launch New Holland has introduced a constant stream of new features, continuously raising their performance. These will be followed in 2016 by a new feature that will improve their productivity and bale quality: in-cab adjustable density and variable core adjustment.
“In 2013 we introduced the Roll-Belt variable chamber baler series, featuring customised feeding systems like the SuperFeed™ and CropCutter™ rotor options, followed a year later by the new ActiveSweep™ crop processing solution to widen further the choice of tailored baling,” stated Bob Hatz, Head of Hay and Forage Product Management. “With the new standard feature operators will be able to make all the adjustments without leaving their seat in the cab, increasing their productivity and comfort.”
Standard in-cab adjustable density
No two baling operations are the same; Roll-Belt balers offer tailored baling to suit individual requirements. On all Roll-Belt balers operators will be able to adjust bale density from the comfort of the cab using the IntelliView™ colour touch screen monitor or the Bale Command™ Plus II monitor.
Thanks to ISOBUS the operator can also choose to specify the IntelliView™ IV touch screen colour monitor, benefiting from its bigger screen.
A new pressure transducer measures the actual density pressure and displays it on the monitor, so the operator always knows the density of the bale being formed in real time.
Variable core density adjustment for tailored baling from the comfort of the cab
The operator can make adjustments in 10bar increments on the monitor, and even set different core and outer layer density. Once the bale has reached its core diameter, the system will switch to the pre-set outer bale density. The pressure setting value will change automatically on the monitor so the operator can keep track.
When baling hay in marginal conditions that needs to breathe, the operator can set a lower core density. In other conditions, such as dry straw, the operator would adjust the core density to a higher level. If the bales will be transported over long distances, an extra dense bale core is ideal.