LW11 SeriesIn-Line Bale Wrapper
- Bale push is integrated into machine
- Wrapping cycle shuts down when out of film
- 120 bales per hour
- Central control box operates all hydraulic functions
The adjustable tongue (hitch) folds neatly out of the way for wrapping. It is located at the opposite end of where the bales are wrapped.
The adjustable tongue makes moving and repositioning the machine a quick and easy task, saving time and money.
The bale push moves the bale to the back of the bale wrapper. From this point, the operator can utilize the optional bale push-off arm to finish the process. The operator moves a lever to extend the arm, and the arm pushes the bale off onto the ground.
The control box and levers are the control center of the in-line bale wrappers.
Some of the uses include turning the unit on and off, and controlling the bale ramp and bale push.
The film wrap sensor automatically shuts down the wrapping cycle when the machine runs out of film or breaks.
Traction implement tires make the in-line wrappers sure-footed on wet and uneven terrain to help get the machine where it needs to be for wrapping bales.
The LW11 Series comes standard with the traction implement tires, and they are available on the LW12 Series only when ordered with single- or dual-power drive.
A larger horsepower engine with a high-flow pump provides increased capacity to complete the job faster.
NOTE: LW Series In-Line Bale Wrappers come standard with a 9.7-kW (13-hp) Honda engine.
Optional single- or dual-power drives allow the operator to maneuver the unit without attaching it to a tractor. The single-power drive has one rear tire, while the dual-power drive has two rear tires, to provide traction for the unit. These features are great for wet or uneven ground conditions where traction is limited.
This remote control allows the operator to steer, start, and stop the machine without using the control panel on the machine.
This kit provides a double layer of wrap, increasing the amount of wrap applied to the bales.
The bale follower allows the in-line wrapper to automatically follow the line of bales next to it.
For early morning or late-night work, choose between two optional work lights: light-emitting diode (LED) and halogen.
Honda is a trademark of Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
A conversion kit provides night working lights on LW1166 and LW1266 In-Line Bale Wrappers.
Remote steering and shutdown conversion kits allow the operator to steer and start/stop the wrapper from the operator station of the tractor or from the skid steer that is loading the bales into the wrapper.
The first kit listed is a dual-wheel hydraulic power drive conversion kit that allows the wrapper to be driven and powered by its own hydraulic system. Dual drive improves traction in wet and slick conditions.
The second kit listed is a single-wheel hydraulic power drive conversion kit that allows the wrapper to be driven and powered by its own hydraulic system. One rear tire is hydraulically driven.