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  • Baler SIPMA Z224/1 (PK4000) KOSTKA The SIPMA cube balers of series Z223/Z224 “KOSTKA” are issued almost without changes since 1974 when the manufacture license on them was issued. The prototype of it became the german baler FAHR HD-350. The factory had  produced more than 100 000 such machines due to its simplicity and reliability. Technical...

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  • Baler WELGER RP415, RP445, RP535
    Round balers with variable chamber

    Baler WELGER RP415, RP445, RP535 Welger RP 415 New generation variable non chopper round balers  with a very basic configuration. With bale diameters from 0.90 - 1.60 m these balers meet the high demands of today’s users on bale density and capacity. Round balers with variable chambers are used under varying circumstances and therefore the demands...

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  • Baler WELGER DA235, DA235 Profi, RPC445...
    Baler WELGER DA235, DA235 Profi, RPC445 Tornado

    Baler WELGER DA235, DA235 Profi, RPC445 Tornado Welger DA 235 Even the basic version of the Lely Welger combination unit displays the superb characteristics of a highly reliable harvesting machine. The rigidly constructed chassis with its 10 “Power grip” longitudinal rib rollers, the mechanical tailgate locking device, the quick and easy to load net...

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  • Balers WELGER AP 530-830
    High density balers WELGER AP 530-830

    Baler WELGER AP 530-830 Our experiences, gained in over one hundred years of business and knowledge of the most modern production technologies, are used for every single one of our balers. Tried and tested technology, stable constructions and professional processing lead to machines which cannot be beaten in terms of reliability and value for money....

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  • Baler WELGER D4006, D4060, D6006, D6060 Lely Welger large balers are made for the highest agricultural demands. They achieve aboveaverage performances via a very high stroke rate. This saves on power and reduces the diesel consumption. Shafts instead of chains form the basis for optimum drive, and the easy operation using the E-Link system guarantees a...

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  • Balers WELGER RP 202, RP 245, RP 245 Profi
    Round balers with fixed chamber

    Baler WELGER RP202, RP245, RP245 Profi Lely Welger RP 202 This is an ideal machine for medium sized operations. It is characterised by its simple operation and low horse power requirements, but feature many similarities to the  Lely Welger RP 245.   This is the ideal machine for all those who do not want to chop their crops. This model is available...

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  • CLAAS balers
    General information about the company and development of balers

    CLAAS balers In search of mechanics which would cope with a uvyazochny binding devices of bad quality, characteristic the then, brothers Claas in 1921 developed own Knot-weaving  device (a so-called knoter). The patent taken out on it became the moment of the birth of the first self-produced agricultural machines of firm CLAAS, the apparatus for binding...

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  • Sipma balers
    General information, innovative activities and achievements of balers Sipma

    Sipma balers The SIPMA enterprise (Poland) has the enviable and rich biography. During the activity it was constantly extending by expansion and integration with close on a geographical location and similar production program enterprises of the region. Conditionally the history of integration can be divided into four periods: I PERIOD: 1835 – until World...

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  • WELGER balers
    General information, innovative activities and achievements of balers WELGER

    WELGER balers Welger Machinery is a German manufacturer of agricultural machinery founded in 1899. The business launched by Gottfried Welger was continued by his sons who founded the Maschinenfabrik gebrüder Welger for the development and manufacture of straw balers.  In 1928 Welger started the first successful tests of a baler.  It was around this time...

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