Fendt 750mm Stretchfilm

Length:

1800m

Simplify silage making with Fendt Stretchfilm. Designed for easy operation in the field and longevity in storage, it offers reliable preservation of forage crops with no fuss.

Fendt Stretchfilm Pro 1800mm

Features & Benefits

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Enviro-Friendly

Each bale is wrapped using the minimum possible plastic for effective ensiling.

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Consistent

Reliably wraps and seals so you can work without delay.

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Strong

Puncture and tear resistant for easy transport and storage.

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Crop quality

Excellent preservation, keeps forage in optimum condition until feeding time.

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Guaranteed length

Get what you pay for.

Specifications

Width Length Colour Rolls/Pallet
750mm
1800m
White / green / black
40
Width
Length
Colour
Rolls/Pallet
750mm
1800m
White / green / black
40

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Questions About Stretchfilm?
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Questions About Stretchfilm?
We’ve got the answers

What is the difference between 25-micron and 22-micron thicknesses as far as use by the farmer?

Assuming the ‘mechanical properties’ of the film are good enough, which most top manufacturers are, the main guarantee of good silage concerning the film, is that it seals well, and each application overlaps the last by at least 50%, with the best results coming from the application of at least 6 film layers. The actual difference in thickness of film going onto the bale, after the stretching rollers, is insignificant.

Why are silage bales better than pit or clamp silage?
Why do I get long tales on the bale after baling?
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