- Highest baling density – up to 25 % higher bale weight
- Fewer bales per hectare – fields cleared faster
- Less storage space – lower freight costs
Quick payback: The BiG Pack 1290 HDP breaks new ground among big balers. The high density of the bales saves space and the uniform, sharp-edged bales are easy to stack. More weight and less volume – that has a positive impact on handling, transport and storage costs.
Rock-solid bales: HDP stands for High Density Press and is Krone’s magic formula for baling big, high-density bales. With its extended 120 x 90 cm (3'11"x 2'11") baling chamber the KRONE BiG Pack 1290 HDP takes baling density to a whole new level. Compared with conventional square balers, the BiG Pack HDP delivers up to 25 % heavier bale weights – increasing the profit potential of professional straw sales.
Clever twist: The combination of the huge bevel gearbox and the flywheel tipping the scales at more than 600 kg (1,322 lbs) can cope with more than 940 kW/1280 hp and efficiently absorbs peak loads on the plunger during baling.
Extended bale chamber: 500 kg (1,102 lbs) bales of 2.35 m (7'8.5") in length – a result the BiG Pack 1290 HDP has achieved many times over in straw. The strengthened, funnel-shaped bale chamber, which has been extended by 80 cm (2'7.5"), produces up to 25 % denser bales.
The pressure’s on: To cope with the high baling pressure, KRONE has kitted out its balers with around 2.5 tons more steel. The large, reinforced yoke is designed to cope with exceptionally high loads. Six hydraulic rams generate the force on the side walls, delivering rock-solid big bales.