Equipped with a diesel engine, the stationary machine G3010 Profi is the perfect machine for contract harvesters. The work cycles "wrap bale" and "stack bale" are executed simultaneously. This helps save time and costs - increasing your output per hour tremendously!
The low profile as well as the robust and solid construction and workmanship of the wrappers guarantee an exceptionally long lifetime. The conveyor belts and the two rotating bale guide rollers guarantee that the bale will continually move forward and, consequently, ensure a uniform overlap of the film.
The wrapping arm is equipped with a film stretching unit that can accommodate 750 mm rolls of film. The three patented plastic rollers provide for perfectly uniform stretching.
What is more, the rollers are not sensitive to temperature. This helps save film and guarantees firmly wrapped bales. The quick-release system makes it possible to change empty rolls quickly and effortlessly.
The hydraulically adjustable lift axle and the articulated drawbar make it possible to trail the wrapper and set it down at the wrapping position. Loading the wrapper using the fork attached to the three-point linkage is a breeze thanks to the low-profile design of the machine. This eliminates the need for an additional front loader.
When working long days, you need to make sure that you have enough film. The film storage on the G3010 Profi wrapper allows you to carry along up to 16 rolls of film. The holders are mounted in such a way that you can load and unload the film rolls with ease at a comfortable working height.
Water-cooled, 3-cylinder engine, 17.5 kW, including battery, generator, hours counter and electric starter as well as hydraulic system fully assembled
The execution of all work cycles is fully automatic
|3,150 mm (with the lift axle extended)|
|0.90 – 1.60 m|
Self-sufficient oil supply
7-pin power outlet for the entire lighting system (excluding working headlights)
For film widths between 500 mm and 750 mm; the overlap can be adjusted as well
Stops the wrapping process if film tears or runs out
Automatically switches to idle speed after the wrapping process or extended intervals