Home > News > Content
Agriculture Baler Mache History
- Aug 16, 2018 -

In the 18th century, the transportation and agricultural production of many countries were powered by horses. In this way, large amounts of hay were needed to feed horses in large cities and villages.In 1853, emory invented the grass baler to make the bales strong and easy to transport.The baling press machine is a kind of level, the extension of baling box at both ends and a function such as piston, when put grass in by the Malay pull a chain and a pulley mechanism, baling box at the ends of the baffle do so relative to one another, to grass compaction, the bundling machine per hour can play 5 bundle of grass, each bundle of 125 kg, the disadvantage of it is when the machine is running, still need to make auxiliary workers 

In 1872, America's derrick developed the continuous production baling machine on the basis of emory, which achieved great success in America and Britain, thus speeding up the production rhythm.

In 1884, the steam pressure baling machine was developed because of the need to constantly improve production capacity.When the baler presses the grass into bundles, the person bundles the grass, and then automatically pops the bales.

In 1871, walter wood, an American, obtained a patent for a steel baling machine, which at the time was excellent and had been exhibited in England.

In 1858, John fee-appleby invented the rope baler, but it was not developed until 20 years later because of the high price of the rope, which was easy to use and dexterous.In 1878, the manufacturer dylan produced the baling machine using the appleby method.

Before 1958, baling machine can only put straw into rectangular, Ellis in 1958 the United States - chalmers company developed the rotorua - balak cylinder baling machine into commodity production, the machine can be tied straw into to 36-56 cm in diameter, 0.91 meters long, 18-45 kg per bundle cylinder, until now, this kind of baling machine still in use in some places.

wheat-straw-baling-machine-silage-baler51389189347.jpg