SCANNELL MPW200 MULTI-PURPOSE BALE WRAPPER

Built to withstand New Zealand’s extreme climate and terrain with heavy duty, robust, design and construction

 

• Easy to use round and square bale wrapper
• Low loading height aids transition to ground for wrapped bales
• Remote controlled functions allows single person operation

One person operation and the ability to wrap three bales per minute, that’s 180 bales per hour. Two metre long squares and two metre high rounds are no problem for the Scannell MPW200 Bale Wrapper. Its low loading height and 4º (degree) machine angle with the ground means the stress on the plastic film as the bales leave the machine is kept at a minimum.

The MPW200 is powered by a fully enclosed 20hp (check) V-Twin Honda petrol engine, features an automatic cycle start and an automatic throttle down. Applicator rollers run on sealed bearings. Applicators are driven by two 1” pitch chains running in a plastic track for smooth, positive running in all conditions. The radio remote controls steering, starting, stopping and pausing operations.

Scannell MPW200 Multi-Purpose Bale Wrapper
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(in order of operation)

  • One person (the loader driver) operation for round and square bales.
  • Spring balanced telescopic drawbar at feed end.
  • Level floor when in transport position.
  • No back loading is required for starting.
  • Two medium square bales can be loaded at a time.
  • 2 metre wide bale chamber with simple width adjustment guide panels.
  • Pusher trolley travel adjustable up to 1.95 metres and driven by hydraulic cylinders.
    Fitted with a pressure gauge.
  • Fully automatic cycle start.
  • Deflector panels to hold the ends of loose bales and guide them into the applicator area.
  • Four new generation applicators,750mm wide, are geared to provide a uniform stretch.
  • Applicators driven by two 1” pitch chains running in a plastic track for smooth, positive running in all conditions.
  • Automatic throttle down.
  • Extra layers of film can be applied between bales.
  • Low 4o machine angle with the ground means low loading height and less stress on the plastic film as the bales leave the tail ramp.
  • Bale compaction controlled by hydraulically adjustable disc brakes fitted with a pressure gauge.
  • Automatic engaging push bar and guide track for bale ejection.
  • Fitted with all working and transport lighting and warning signage.
  • Applicator rollers run on sealed bearings.
  • Radio remote control of steering, starting, stopping and pausing operation.
  • Fully enclosed 20hp V-Twin petrol engine.
  • Detachable 20 litre fuel tank.
  • Mudguards—LED lights