Piippo Magic Blue – A success guaranteed by high breaking strength and durable UV resistance
Magic Blue is a high-quality and reliable baling net wrap. The 280-kilogram breaking strength and high UV resistance guarantee that the bales also endure longer periods of storage as well as the bales’ transportation and transfers. Therefore, you won’t have to worry about durability in winter conditions, for example. Magic Blue is also very well-suited for older balers which are at the end of their adjustment capability. The baling net wrap spreads easily around the entire bale and makes it both tight and durable.
- Magic Blue is very well-suited for older balers which are at the end of their adjustment capability
- Magic Blue is not sensitive under varying conditions
- High UV resistance
ESC 2 -system: Easy Coverage System 2 is a patented method that makes the net spread evenly on the bale.
Green Cap -system: The Green Cap® system makes the installation of the net wrap easy. The net goes smoothly in the right direction at once. The green marking on the net indicates the right direction of rotation.
Easy Lifters: Carry handles which make lifting the roll easy and ergonomic.
Super Core: Light rain is not a problem for this core that retains its reliability also in difficult conditions. Thanks to SuperCore, the cores will no longer stick in the trays. Inside each core, there is a unique quality control number according to which the production time can be identified.
Double End Warning Stripe: The first stripe catches your attention 50 metres before the end of the roll. For the last 25 metres, the second stripe appears next to the first one, clearly and precisely indicating the end of the roll.
Double palletizing: The net wrap rolls are always packed on two pallets, which are placed on top of each other and wrapped with plastic. The pallets can be easily separated for transport or warehousing.
|1,23 m||2060 and 3090 meters|
|1,25 m||2060 and 3090 meters|
|1,30 m||2060 and 3090 meters|
Breaking strength 280 kg
The correct driving technique ensures that the bales will be regular shaped. Zigzagging and sloping should be avoided as this will produce round bales.
The best result is achieved by driving about 30 metres straight down the other edge of the windrow, followed by a steep turn in the direction of the opposite edge. After that, another 30 metres of driving straight.