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Black Magazine Issue No. 6

July 2022
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Advantages of Silage

Silage wrap is a versatile baling film with many advantages over other wrapping materials. This blown film is UV protected, tough, and has excellent adhesion. It also provides an airtight, weatherproof shield. Silawrap is available in several colours, including black, green, and white. Silage wrap is wound on cardboard cores, a common but environmentally friendly material. It is also strong enough to withstand the handling from the field to the stack.

Silage wrap is a blown film

A multi-layer blown film, Unipak silage wrap is a durable, opaque material used to cover and protect the contents of bales of fodder. The films are made with advanced polythene co-extrusion technology. They are a blend of five layers of polythene and feature a superior oxygen barrier and excellent puncture resistance. These films can also be combined with pre-stretched five-layer film to maximize efficiency when wrapping silage bales.

Pre-stretch films are a new generation of film technologies featuring thinner silage films. The cold stretching process improves film properties and increases their durability: this reduces waste and increases roll running times, saving you time and money. In addition to the blown film, the pre-stretch film is available in different gauges, matched to different bale handling systems. The heavier gauge films are best for bale transport, while conventional 25 or 30-micron films provide premium protection.

Unipak silage wrap can be customized to meet the needs of individual farmers. For example, different types of silage wrap may provide better UV protection than others, while tact or puncture resistance is less important in some bales. It is also important to understand that silage wrap comes in varying degrees of tack and elasticity, which can help you choose the right one for your situation. A good quality silage wrap will be versatile and last for many years.

It is UV protected

If you want your hay to last for years, you need to invest in UV protected silage wrap. Donaghys SiloPower is an excellent seven-layer agri-stretch film suitable for all types of wrappers. Unlike standard stretch film, UV protected silage wrap is highly resistant to the sun’s UV rays. The degree of resistance to UV rays will depend on how much sun is in the area.

EconoFlex 5 Silage Wrap is UV protected and manufactured using modern processes. This film offers good UV protection for a reasonable price. The film is made without reclaimed rubber, so it’s highly recyclable. The SUN REFLECT sheet has a life expectancy of 15 months and is available in black, white and green. This UV protection offers high elasticity and excellent mechanical properties for additional benefits.

The UV protection in this film is great for storing hay in a shed or outdoor area. The film is sturdy and is not affected by condensation or dampness. It can even be used around swimming pools. The film keeps out rainfall and pool water. Make sure that the film you buy is of good quality. It’s worth it to invest in a good quality one. That way, you’ll know that it will last.

It is tough

Using silage wrap to protect the hay from weather conditions can reduce the risk of spontaneous combustion. Wrapping hay will occur a day earlier than normal baling, resulting in less leaf damage. Silage wrap is strong enough to resist punctures and rips, and it will last the entire season. Silage wrap is not recyclable, and bailing will cost upwards of $8 per bale. It also contains dirt and residues, which may harm the animal and the environment.

Plastic silage wrap is another popular type. It is durable and can be used inside and outside the bard. It helps to keep feed fresh and is more effective at balancing bales. The plastic wrap will not tear easily and wrap around bales more quickly. Silage wrap is made from high-quality plastic that won’t degrade. Because it is durable and does not contain harsh chemicals, it can help preserve the freshness of the feed. It can keep bales fresher for longer and help save feed costs.

The length of the Unipak silage wrap depends on the size of the bale. Most wrappers have optimum lengths between 4 and 6.5 feet. However, heavier bales may pose a problem, as they tend to have higher moisture content. Use a bale grabber instead of a spear or other device that penetrates the plastic. Using a bale grabber to move silage is safer and easier than tearing it open.

It has good adhesion

Choosing the best silage wrap film is essential to protect your crop from the elements. With its high-quality materials and UV protection, silage wrap films can benefit the agriculture industry. In addition, their strength and omnidirectional force ensure the protection of the bales from the elements. With silage wrap films, the entire process can be done faster and easier. And because it has good adhesion properties, you can rest assured that it will be durable and resistant to any weather.

Silage wraps made of PE, EVA, and EBA are the perfect combination of durability and strength. Designed to fit all brands and styles of bale wrappers, Seven is durable and provides a strong barrier against the elements. This film is ideal for wrapping square and round bales and is designed to minimize oxygen content and prevent spoilage. Its high tear resistance and good adhesion make it a cost-effective solution for silage wrapper applications. Its airtight seal also ensures optimal fermentation.

While the film used for silage wrapping has several layers, each contains a UV stabilizer. Its inner layers have more puncture resistance. The thickness of the film varies, with 1.5 and 1-millimetre options available. The film must be protected from ultraviolet rays to avoid mould growth. While it can protect the silage during storage, it should be stored between 15 and 30 degrees Celsius.

It is reliable

There are several benefits of choosing a silage wrap for your hay. The right material will ensure optimum reliability during the silage wrapping process. Rhino Wrap is the most popular silage wrap in Ireland. This product is suitable for all bale wrappers and applications and is available in six layers for extra strength and reliability. It is especially popular among contractors, with almost 50,000 rolls being sold in Ireland last year alone.

Another benefit of silage wrap is that it is reusable. Most plastic films are made of high-quality material, so they don’t easily tear. Because they don’t contain harsh ingredients, silage wrap can be reused many times. It also helps preserve the freshness of bales. After the bales are wrapped in silage wrap, they’re ready for use as animal feed. It’s easy to see why this type of plastic film is so popular.

When choosing a silage wrap, consider the thickness and quality. The higher the quality, the better. While there are a variety of products on the market, you can make sure to choose one that lasts the entire season without tearing or ripping. Silage wrap should be able to stick to bales securely, so there’s less waste and a longer harvest. Silage wrap should also adhere to itself, resulting in an airtight seal that keeps oxygen out.

It is available in a range of sizes

The cheapest silage wrap is available in a single roll which holds up to 50 kilograms. The more expensive options are available in a variety of sizes and weights. A silage wrap is made from polyethylene, an excellent breathable barrier. You can choose between transparent, black, or green films. If you decide to purchase a silage wrap, choose a quality product with a minimum warranty period of one year.

Various layers of silage wrap protect your bales from the sun. Some have a higher degree of UV protection, while others are more puncture-resistant. The silage wrap can be chosen according to your needs based on its properties. Depending on your location and the type of hay you are storing, you may require a wrap with high-UV protection but not a lot of tact. The more layers of silage wrap you have, the denser it is.