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PRECOMPRESSION SYSTEMPRECOMPRESSION SYSTEM

  • PERFECT FLAKES. PERFECT BALES.

    That’s the philosophy behind the all-new SmartFill™ system. Sensors located at the beginning of the pre-charge chamber give the operator real-time feedback on the incoming crop flow. If the sensors detect uneven flow, an arrow appears on the monitor to inform the operator to steer either right or left. It’s simple —follow the arrows to make great bales!
  • INDUSTRY-LEADING PRECOMPRESSION TECHNOLOGY

    New Holland’s pre-compression chamber and stuffer system are unmatched in reliability and consistent bale formation. Crop holding fingers retain crop until desired density is achieved, then paddles at the bottom of the chamber trip to start stuffer motion. The heavy-duty cast shuttle feeder moves the heaviest crop in to the chamber. This action is fine-tuned so the stuffer speeds up as it pushes flakes into the chamber. The result is filled corners for perfect, square bales in any crop.
  • PATENTED “C”-SHAPED CAST SHUTTLE DESIGN

    The new stronger shuttle handles the increased feeder speeds for more capacity. While competitive designs have welded stress points, New Holland uses a more durable, three-point pivoting design that provides a mechanical advantage for smooth operation.
  • HIGHER PLUNGER SPEED FOR MAXIMUM CAPACITY

    The heavy-duty plunger hammers out the dense, uniform bales you demand with 48 strokes per minute. Combined with the constant monitoring of the proven three-way density system, the resulting bales withstand extended storage (even at the bottom of stacks for safer, more stable stacks) and intensive handling.
  • DENSITY CONTROL—EVEN WITHOUT ELECTRONICS

    New Holland pioneered the first self-contained hydraulic bale density system 25 years ago. Today, BigBalers still offer a system that gives you adaptable performance in any condition. Even if electronics fail, you can still adjust and monitor density with a convenient pressure gauge on the baler tongue – a feature not available on many competitive balers.