The McHale Fusion combines two traditionally separate jobs and integrates them into a single operation which can be done by one man and one machine. This results in cost savings associated with financing & running a second tractor and sourcing & paying a second person.
This robust machine is simply not a wrapper coupled onto the back of a baler, it has been specifically designed as a high output integrated unit.Download Product PDF
Built to last and developed and tested on some of the worlds most rugged terrain, the McHale product range is known worldwide for its durability, reliability, innovation and value for money.
McHale recognise that there is constant pressure on businesses to reduce costs. As with all McHale machines the Fusion 3 Pro integrated baler wrapper has been designed with the demands of today’s farmers and contractors in mind.
“We have bought five Fusions and would not consider any other combination. After running McHale Fusions for the last 12 years, and after doing 240,000 bales, I have not seen anything that can compete with the Fusion. Labour is getting scarcer, and with the Fusion it reduces the labour needed.”
“What I like about the Fusion is that if I go into a 12-acre field at 10 I will be back out the gate before 12 after making as many as 120 bales. The job is finished, and every bale is ready to be drawn.”
|Fusion 3 & Fusion 3 Plus Buyer’s Guide
Launched in late 2012, the Fusion 3 combination baler wrapper was joined by the Fusion 3 Plus in 2014. The Plus version adds film-on-film or NRF (Net Replacing Film) wrapping, further broadening the appeal of these
|Fusion 3 Pro – Profi Driving impression
For this season, McHale introduced the Fusion 3 Pro, sandwiched between the Standard and Plus variants. It hosts a number of automated features for those wanting to increase operator comfort over the entry level version. We travelled to the firm’s headquarters in Mayo to see what else has changed