Powerbind net wrap
All Kubota Round Balers come with the newly patented PowerBind net wrap system. This completely redesigned technology has allowed Kubota to get away from the old feed rollers and eliminate many high wear items. The net is fed directly into the bale chamber by an injection feed arm. This design keeps the net tight at all times, which provides accurate and extremely reliable net injection. In addition, there is absolutely no interference from external factors such as wind and crop. The Kubota Netwrap offers a Zebra System™ left-right indicator for easy and correct loading of the roll into the baler every time. Plus, at feeding time, user can quickly see which direction to unroll the bale. Our Red End Warning indicates to the operator that the end of the roll is approaching. The red stripe marks the last 240 ft (approximately 7 bales). We also provide guaranteed length on every roll not a “plus-or-minus”average.
Kubota's BV4000 Series models are fitted with an efficient fork feeder intake system. This system provides a direct feed into the bale chamber. The wide opening allows almost unrestricted intake capacity, for a fast and efficient baling process. In conjunction with a wind guard, the fork feeder ensures a consistent crop even when in delicate crops such as bermuda and alfalfa. Models come with a 67"-79" pick-up.
Automatic twin tying with the fast acting double tube system means simultaneous binding of both edges of the bale, keeping binding time to a minimum. Over crossing of twines in the center of the bale provides no loose ends at the end of the binding cycle.
High capacity pick-up
Kubota's small diameter pick-up offers superb in field performance. With its low profile design and closely spaced tines, Kubota balers can cleanly lift even the shortest crop.
Kubota's BV4000 Series bale chamber offers a combination of 3 rollers and 5 wide laced belts. This mixed chamber ensures a smooth bale start whatever the intake system, offering smooth bale rotation and reduced crop loss, even in dry conditions. As the bale grows, the belt tensioning arm is subjected to steadily increasing resistance from two hydraulic cylinders and a spring tensioner. So as the bale diameter grows, so does the bale's density. The result is a very firm bale.
- Horsepower Requirement: 70.0+ HP
- Bale Size: 60x68"
- PTO: 1000 rpm