The BB9000 Series large square balers swiftly move large volumes of crop from the pickup to the bale chamber through an efficient precompression chamber. Each time the chamber is filled, it creates an equal slice of the bale being formed, for overall consistency in length and shape.
FAST CROP TRANSFER
Moving crop efficiently from the pickup to the bale chamber happens in three rapid steps:
- Packer forks or rotor cutters feed the crop from the pickup to the precompression chamber.
- Trip sensing fingers at the base of the chamber indicate when the preset density is reached.
- Stuffer forks lift the crop from the precompression chamber into the bale chamber.
SQUARE, EQUALLY FILLED CORNERS
To ensure even crop distribution as the bales are formed, New Holland has fine-tuned the process. As the stuffer fork moves the precompressed crop into the bale chamber, the speed is increased to force crop upward and perfectly fill each top corner of the bale, whether it's made from hay, silage or straw.
RAPID PLUNGER PACKS DENSE BALES
The heavy-duty BB9000 plunger delivers 42 strokes per minute. Combine that power with the constant monitoring of the three-way density control system for perfectly square, solid bales that keep their integrity even after long storage and extensive handling.
EASY TO ADJUST BALE SHAPE AND DENSITY
Adjust bale shape and density without tools. A simple spring-loaded handle controls the amount of hay compressed into each slice that's delivered to the bale chamber.