The Bunker Baler G-1 B5040 is used to compress and package freshly cut hemp plants into a round bale (bale diameter: 1.25 m / 4’ x 4’) directly on the field. Inspired by our G-1 F125 Kombi, this baler-wrapper combination has been designed specifically for baling industrial hemp. The difference between the two machines lies in the feeding of the bale chamber. While the G-1 F125 Kombi uses a pickup to gather material directly from the ground, the Bunker Baler is filled from the top by means of a conveyor system.
The hemp is transported directly into the bunker via a conveyor belt attached to the mower. This harvesting technique eliminates the need for additional work steps between mowing and baling. You will not lose any time.
The Bunker Baler helps you save time and personnel. Merged to a single work flow, mowing and baling can be carried out by one person.
Mowing, baling and wrapping are combined into a single work flow. This harvesting technique prevents any contact between material and dirt. The material is compressed with great force in the fixed chamber baler immediately after mowing. Since the material is wrapped promptly after being baled, air is excluded immediately. The rapid further processing of the hemp plants preserves the precious raw materials to the highest possible degree.
Generally, there are a variety of hemp harvesting methods. The following is a description of the harvesting technique where the entire work flow is completed in one sequence directly on the field. For harvesting hemp with a conventional forage chopper, the ideally suited machines are the LT-Master and VARIO-Master baler-wrapper combinations.