How FastBale Works

The FastBale layout is truly innovative with two chambers arranged in series, allowing a number of rollers to be shared. Operating as a pre-chamber, the first section of Fastbale produces two-thirds of the bale. As the pre-chamber reaches its preset density, crop flow is diverted into the main bale chamber allowing baling to continue. 

1. The bale is formed in the main bale chamber in the conventional manner until the required density is reached. 

2. When the bale is fully formed, the crop flow, is diverted to pre-chamber, while net is applied to the completed bale.

3. The tailgate opens and the completed bale rolls directly on to the wrapper by gravity.

4. The wrapper is raised to its working position and wrapping commences.

5. Crop flow continues to fill the pre-chamber until the pre-set density is reached.

6. Crop flow and pre-compressed crop are transferred to the main bale chamber.

How FastBale Works