The pick-up on Bellima F 125 offers a 1.40 m (4’7″) work width (to DIN 11220) and hydraulic operation and height control. The small space between the pick-up and the bale chamber ensures an optimum crop gathering and a consistent flow of the material into the machine.
The extra wide pick-up with packer is standard specification on Bellima F 130. Arranged close to the tines and to the starter roller inside the bale chamber, the packer tines ensure a consistent flow of the crop even in short chops, boosting intake capacity and productivity.
The packer supports the pick-up and improves the material flow from the pick-up to the starter roller plus ensures the chamber is filled uniformly.
The concept of the chain-and-slat elevator has proven extremely well in silage, hay and straw harvesting around the world. The endless chain-and-slat elevator forms bales of extremely high densities, exerting a firm grip on the bale and ensuring a constant roll – even in short and dry material Another advantage is reduced fragmentation and low power input.
The enclosed bale chamber with the endless chain-and-slat elevator on Bellima rolls the bale by adding layer after layer, forming densely packed and well-shaped bales. The machine’s great feeding properties allow the elevator to start bale rolls earlier and so the baling cycle finishes earlier as well. Another boon is the denser core. Packing more material and density into each bale translates into higher-quality silage and better exploitation of truck capacities.
By meshing with the material, the chain-and-slat elevator ensures effective bale roll and highest densities.
Positive bale starts: The profiled starter roller takes care of an instant bale start, optimizes the entire process and takes load off the rear door, which is ideal when baling heavy silage bales.
Pressure indicators on either side: Baling pressure indicators on either side of the machine show the current loading inside the chamber so the operator can correct his steering and ensure the chamber is filled uniformly – for uniform bale densities and shapes.
Little helpers: An audible / LED alarm is available as an option to indicate acoustically and visually when the baling pressure is right so the operator can trigger the twine wrapping cycle.
The bale ejector with integral tray ejects the bale fast and effectively. It allows the baler to start the next baling cycle while the tailgate is still closing. This small detail allows you to bale up to six extra bales per hour!
A twin twine tying system cuts down on machine downtime, increases output per hour, saves on fuel and labour cost and increases your output and productivity. The KRONE twin twine tying system places the twine ends in the middle of the bale and not on the edges. So the bales will not lose shape as they are handled several times over.
A coned pulley controls the number of twine layers applied per cycle. Two threads run through drivers from the centre to either side and back to the centre of the chamber where they are cut at the end of the tying cycle. Tying is triggered hydraulically, electrically or mechanically.
The net wrapping system is straightforward by design and offers superior functionality. Net wrapping is faster than twine tying so boosting your hourly throughputs. Higher throughputs free up time for other jobs and cut fuel consumption per bale.
The net wrap system accepts KRONE excellent net rolls with a total net length of up to 3,000 m (11,811′).
The net wrapping unit takes 2600 m and 3000 m (8,530′ and 11,811′) net rolls and is located on the front end of the machine for excellent visibility and monitoring. There is room for one spare roll.