Are you a risk taker? When you buy a roll of net with the ‘promise’ of it being the stated length, with a plus or minus 5 percent tolerance, That’s exactly what you are doing!
Some manufacturers make parts of their net with a ‘X’ (cross) pattern SHUSS, claiming that this increases the strength of the net. But is this story true? Let’s find out…
Correct Netwrap tension is important to help better spreading of the net and a cleaner cut at the end of the wrapping cycle. Here are some tips that will help you to get the best results from your Netwrap.
When the Net-wrap does not cover the bale from edge to edge – this puts a lot of crop at risk! Find out exactly how much you can save.
Is your netwrap actually protecting your bale… or not? In effect – buying a netwrap that doesn’t do what it’s supposed to is like buying an umbrella that doesn’t keep you dry…
Netwrap is a valuable benefit to the modern farmer. It makes sense to understand how to make the most from your roll of netwrap and avoid wasting it. Find out what is the proper way to store your netwrap.
We have all seen bales, where the net has burst open on the bale. Graham Robson – Tama’s Technical Manager will teach you what might have caused this, and how you can prevent this from happening in the future.
Occasionally, you may see bale where a piece of the net is missing Almost as if the net had been ‘un-zipped’ around the bale. What causes this and where has the net gone? Graham Robson – Tama’s Technical Manager will teach you what might have caused this, and how you can prevent this from happening in the future.
Tama’s Technical Manager Graham Robson gives a simple guide on how much netwrap to apply to a round bale, with information for different crop types and bale sizes, with other hints and tips to avoid problems in the process.