The straight chute allows each bale to stay flat on its strings, while the baler provides the force needed to push the bales to the top of the chute. Loosening the chamber pressure makes up the difference.
Stainless Steel Deck
The stainless steel deck provides a better surface for the bales to slide in higher dirt and moisture conditions.
Gravity-Driven Gates and Final Bale Trip
As gravity moves the bales downward, the last bale in each row swings a gate to open the next row. The last bale in the grab opens the back gate.
Automatic Rear Gate
The last bale in the grab opens the back gate. As the accumulator unloads itself, springs automatically return all the gates back to their starting position, and the rear gate snaps back shut, ready for the next bale.
5 Bales Wide and 3 Bales Long
90” Wide by 96” to 120” Long
11 ft. 5 in.
21 ft. 9 in.
9 ft. 4 in.