New Holland BigBaler High Density
A HISTORY IN SQUARE BALING INNOVATION
New Holland has been putting the ‘big’ into big square baling for over three decades. Since its first big balers rolled off the production line in 1987, some 30,000 examples have been put to work in the world’s fields. Today, all BigBalers are produced in Zedelgem, Belgium, New Holland’s Centre of Harvesting Excellence, where they are designed, manufactured, tested and shipped the world over.
OUTSTANDING PICKUP VISIBILITY
Thanks to the balers short and narrow drawbar and its non-reflective yellow colour, operators have excellent visibility of the pick-up when baling.
HIGH DENSITY PERFORMANCE
The BigBaler 1290 High Density doesn’t only produce up to 22% higher density versus conventional balers and up to 15% higher compare to the BigBaler Plus range, it also delivers higher productivity, even more so than the current BigBaler plus range. This is in part, thanks to the new five-bar pickup, which helps feed in crop at higher rates.
LOOP MASTER™ KNOTTING TECHNOLOGY
The BigBaler 1290 High Density features New Holland’s Loop Master™ knotting technology. Building on the brand’s renowned double knotting system, the second knot is now a loop style, which is 37% stronger compare to a standard knot. This results in an up to 26% increase in overall tensile strength for reduced breakages. Perhaps more importantly however, it eliminates twine offcuts – which are currently left in the fields, and can even find their way into fodder. This might not sound much but consider that over six kilometres or 46kg of twine are saved in a 10,000 bale season.