FAQs

HOW SHOULD I CHOOSE THE FILM I WANT TO USE?

Look for a well known brand, that has got a high adhesion force combined with good seal properties. Do not make price per roll your main argument, as normally you get the quality you pay for.

IS THERE ANY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE COLORS?

All the colors used by us are designed in the same way, a carrier material with Pigments. All colors behave in the same way during wrapping.

The difference between the colors gets visible when the bales are wrapped. The darker a film is the stronger is its influence on the bale. A darker film heats up more than a light colored one, the outer layers of the silage get
cooked.

The sugar starts to caramelize, the cooked silage looses much of it nutritional value, the cattle needs more silage to bring the same performance.

We recommend white films that nearly do not heat up to protect the silage and keep high nutrition value.

HOW CAN I BE SURE TO HAVE THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF LAYERS ON THE BALE?

Count the number of revolutions till the bale is covered with film, now add 1 and then double the number of revolutions, you now have 4 layers.
For 6 layers just increase the number by 50%

HOW MANY LAYERS OF FILM SHOULD I USE?

A silage up to 50% dry matter requires 4 layers of film as minimum, we recommend 6 layers if you have more than 50% dry matter you should use at least 6 layers, the same is for square bales and coarse silage.