The McHale 991 L range of linkage round bale wrappers is the first choice for farmers and contractors who are interested in wrapping bales at the storage site. The 991 L range offers the perfect blend of tried and tested technology with solid construction and reliable performance. There are three models in the 991 linkage round bale wrapper range.
The 991 LBER is fully automatic and can be controlled via the control console. The control console on the 991 LBER enables the operator to change the round bale wrapper settings and select the desired number of film layers. When set, one touch of the auto start button operates the complete cycle from start to finish. The wrapper applies the pre-set number of layers, then stops and tips the bale automatically.
|750mm aluminum dispenser||Consistent film stretch, which maximises film usage||Quick Fit Dispenser|
|Hydraulically Operated Cut & Hold||A smooth wrapping seal is guaranteed as the machine delivers a 50% overlap||Wrapping table is constructed of four heavy-duty endless belts, which ensure smooth and consistent bale rotation|
The patented bale damper system gently lowers the bale to the ground while eliminating any stress on the chassis of the machine.
The 991 BC and BJS lift arms are operated manually. On the 991 BE and High-Speed, the auto lift function places the bale on the wrapping table automatically.
The 991 L range can carry 3 rolls of film:
1 roll (dispenser) + 2 rolls (film storage)
An optional side tip is available on all trailed machines to place bales on their ends after wrapping is complete.
At the end of the wrapping cycle, the hydraulically operated cut & hold system cuts and holds the film in position ready to wrap the next bale.
Automatic film break sensors monitor the plastic as it leaves the dispenser rollers. If plastic breaks or runs out, the machine will notify the operator via the control console.
The McHale lock and load system makes film loading quick and easy by locking the dispenser bobbin up when unloading and locking it back down by simply pulling the cable.
A Shear Bolt protects the gearbox when wrapping poorly shaped bales. All machines are now driven by a heavier gearbox than previous models.
The Expert electronic control console fully automates the wrapping process. When the auto start lift arm paddle is activated, the bale is lifted up to the wrapping table, wrapped and tipped, ready to start the process again.
With a radio remote control kit, an operator can load a bale and activate the automatic cycle remotely.
Watch the video for the McHale 991 LBER, a fully automatic machine that can be controlled via the control console.
|Transport Length||2.8 m (9’2″)|
|Transport Width||1.65 m (5’5″)|
|Transport Height||1.94 m (6’4″)|
|Height to Top of Rollers||0.83 m (2’9″)|
|Weight (unladen)||800 kg (1764 lbs)|
|Bale Size||1.52 m (3’3″-5′)|
|Aluminum Dispensers||1 x 750 mm
Optional 500 mm Kit
|Film Stretch||70% Standard
|Wrapping Speed (up to)||30 rotations/min|
|Protection Mechanism||Shear Bolt|
@ 170 bar
|Driver Control||Expert Control Console|
|Operation||Automatic & Manual|
|Radio Remote Control||Standard|
|Film Roll Capacity||X 3 (1+2)|
|Cut & Hold||Yes|
|Bale Wrap Monitor||Yes|
|Attachment to Tractor||3 Point Linkage|
|Min. Hydraulic Requirements||20 l/min @ 180 bar|
|Hydraulic Connections||2 x 1/2″ QR’s Open
or Closed Centre
|Electrical Requirements||12v EuroPlug, 20A or Direct from Battery|
|Minimum hp Requirement||45 kW / 60 hp|