John Deere

XtraNet+

Length:

3800m 4500m

Perfect Bales. Every Time
Only John Deere Netwrap is designed specifically for your John Deere baler. The new XtraNet+ gives you more bales per roll, better crop protection for longer lasting bales, and a low cost per bale. Strong, long and reliable, XtraNet+ provides you with the perfect baling experience.

John Deere Xtranet 4500

Features & Benefits

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Zebra® System for User-Friendly Baling

A hassle-free experience with a unique striping pattern and ‘left/right’ indicator for a simpler baling process.

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Roll Carry Handles for Safety and Convenience

Handles designed to increase safety and convenience during transport and handling.

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Roll End Warning Stripe

A visible red stripe signals when the roll is running low, giving you a ‘heads up’ on when to replace it, without interruptions.

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Guaranteed Minimum Length

Each roll contains the exact stated length — no “plus-or-minus” averages.

Technologies

Edge to Edge®

Keeps the net wide as it feeds onto the bale, covering it completely. This protects your crop and keeps the bale's shape, reducing crop loss and making storage simpler.
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Bale+™ Technology

A unique combination of advanced raw material with a special manufacturing process for:
  • Length: Maximum bale net roll length (50% longer than standard 3000m roll)
  • Weight: Ideal net weight with no compromise on strength 
  • Consistency: Uniform consistency for hassle-free operation
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Specifications

Roll length Width Roll diameter Roll/pal
3800m
4500m
123cm
123cm
27cm
29cm
28
28
Roll length
Width
Roll diameter
Roll/pal
3800m
4500m
123cm
123cm
27cm
29cm
28
28

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Questions About Netwrap?
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Questions About Netwrap?
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Why Netwrap?

Round baling with Netwrap is the most convenient and least expensive way of wrapping your bale. Wrapping with Netwrap reduces costs by being faster than using twine and offers much better protection to the crop than twine ever could.
The main points include:

  • Less wear and tear on the baler
    Fewer revolutions of the bale are needed when net wrapping, dramatically reducing wear and tear on the baler.
  • Greater speed of operation
    Netwrap needs fewer revolutions, reducing the wrapping time and allowing up to 15-20 more bales per hour.
  • Better coverage on the bale
    Net wrapped bales maintain a more uniform shape, making transporting and handling easier, particularly important when wrapping silage bales on an automatic bale wrapper. Bale coverage from edge to edge is also essential when silage wrapping, eliminating air from the bale to ensure better quality forage.
  • Better weathering capability
    Net wrapped bales offer much better weathering capability, allowing outdoor storage and reducing loss from crop wastage.
  • Easier to remove
    Opening a net wrapped bale is a simple and straight-forward operation. The use of net eliminates the difficult and tiresome task of removing baler twine, especially in frosty conditions, and is also less likely to be picked up by livestock or machinery.
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