even more productive than their predecessors
Large Balers LB4 XL Series
4 MODELS – BALE DIMENSIONS 80×70 TO 120×90 CM
New generation LB balers feature revisions and refinements throughout, to create machines even more productive than their predecessors.
Additionally, the range now includes two new models, the LB424 XL and the LB434 XL. You’re guaranteed a rugged, robust and reliable baler whichever model you choose.
Each one is designed to make your baling more productive, more profitable and more of a pleasure.
MAKING GREAT BALERS EVEN BETTER
From front to rear, every aspect of the LB series balers was examined by Case IH engineers to analyse areas where there was scope for improvement. Every major component came under scrutiny, from the pick-up, rotor and pre-chamber through to the packer and knotters.
The new knotter system is combined with redesigned needles and a new needle yoke reclaim system. The TwinePro knotters use a simple system to create a high-strength loop knot, allowing the operator to use maximum achievable density with a wide range of twines without the risk of bales bursting. The loop-knotting process eliminates offcuts left loose either on the bale – so improving forage quality – or in the field, hence reducing environmental impact.
The Case IH AFS monitor continuously supervises and displays all key baler functions, including the knotters. New on LB models is a visual steering aid to assist operators in picking up very small and/or irregular swaths and ensure uniform, sturdy bales are formed even in difficult conditions. On the AFS Pro 700 monitor, images from several video cameras can be displayed simultaneously. It is also possible to operate the balers through the terminals of ISOBUS-compatible tractors.
MORE CONSISTENT BALES PER HOUR
On LB424 XL and LB434 XL models, the bale chamber is now 31% longer, having been extended by 80cm. And in conjunction with automatic feed rate control, that means you get not just better bale shape and greater bale density, but also more consistent density across the day as conditions change.