MORE than a decade ago, McHale launched its V6 range of variable chamber balers at Agritechnica in 2009 – but the latest generation of V6 balers will be seen at LAMMA.

The McHale V6740 non-chopper baler and the McHale V6750 15-knife chopper baler are the latest models and they come fully-loaded with heavier-duty components to handle the toughest of crops and ground conditions.

“The McHale V6 range of variable chamber balers is recognised worldwide for making well-shaped, high density bales. Our new V6740 and V6750 have brought baling to a new level with higher density, better intake, less crop loss and easier maintenance,” said McHale.

The McHale V6740 is a non-chopper variable chamber baler, equipped with a high intake feed rotor to ensure even and efficient crop flow to the bale chamber. It is driven by a primary drive system for optimum bale formation and central grease blocks are fitted on the machine, whilst oiling is controlled through the continuous system.

Net and bale density can be adjusted from the cab through the Expert Plus control console. The machine is fitted with 460/65-20 tyres as standard.

The second McHale baler, the V6750, is a semi-automatic variable chamber baler which is fitted with a 15-knife chopper unit and heavy-duty rotor. It is equipped with a double drive system which is aimed at aiding belt rotation and bale formation.

It also has centralised grease blocks as standard and net and bale density can also be adjusted from the cab through the Expert Plus control console. This machine is fitted with 500/50-22.5 tyres as standard.