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Buhler / Inland Round Bale Carrier
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Save time and effort at harvest time with a Buhler / Inland bale carrier.

Whether your operation is large or small, a Buhler / Inland 1500 or 2500 round bale carrier will improve your bale handling efficiency. This new generation of carriers includes significant new features. They have proven themselves as rugged, reliable performers over more than ten years of on farm use in the handling of hay, straw and silage.

Minimal Stress On Bales
The 4" x 8" beams are spaced for optimum cradling and maximum stability over rough terrain. The beams and pusher require no width adjustment to accommodate variable bale sizes.
To minimize friction, especially when handling high moisture bales, the top surface of the beams are coated with a graphite compound.
The pushers slide on replaceable polypropylene pads, eliminating metal to metal contact.
To continue Buhler / Inland's long held commitment to handle bales without damaging twine or mesh with chains and hooks, carriers move the bales back with a pusher. This pusher is driven by a C2080 HD chain which runs in a recessed track between the beams. The chain does not come in contact with the bale.


Front Deck

Drive System
Dual hydraulic motors with a single sprocket drive the chain which drives the pusher.
Two speed pusher control provides proper torque and speed for the best efficiency in variable conditions. High speed / Low torque is best for high density, high moisture silage bales. Again, few moving parts means low maintenance and less downtime.

Faster Loading, Hauling and Unloading
Some operators have reported picking, transporting and unloading 90 bales per hour. The standard pickup arms can be adjusted in minutes. A fixed bale stop ensures proper placement of the bale on the beams as it comes off the pickup arms. Bales can be loaded alternately from each side for best weight distribution and unloaded from one side first, alternately, or both sides simultaneously.


Rear Deck


Hydraulic Cylinders

Two Hydraulic Cylinders Operate The Tilting Deck
You get the added strength and security you need when lifting a deck loaded with heavy bales.

Service and Maintenance
Few moving parts and fast, easy servicing access were priorities in the design of these machines. Chain adjustments are done at the front. The front sprocket is held by the motors so no extra bearings are required. The back end of the chain rolls on a sealed bearing roller, so no servicing is required. The back end of the chain rolls on a sealed bearing roller, so no servicing is required there. A sleeved axle adds strength by elimination of welds. The axles are mounted on walking beams. Less downtime is money earned.

Finger Tip Control
A handheld remote control activates the pickup arms, selects between the two speeds of the pusher and moves the pusher back or forward. Select "high" to operate pusher motors in series at high speed or "low" to operate in parallel at low speed with higher torque. The deck tilt is operated with its own hydraulic tractor remotes.


Options

  • Rotating Pick-Up
    The Rotating Pick-Up (RPU) allows the operator to travel in the same direction as the baler. This eliminates traveling across the field and across ruts and ridges, so common in irrigated fields. It squeezes the bale from the ends, lifts and rotates it 90 degrees onto the beam.
  • Open Center Hydraulic Kit
    Each carrier is equipped with closed center hydraulics.
    Optional, open center kits are available. A hydraulic bypass valve provides protection for the system when the pusher hits the front stop.
  • Snubber Kits Standard
    All Buhler / Inland bale carriers have Snubber kits for surge protection of the electrical system.


Hydraulic Kit


Bale Deflector

  • Bale Deflector
    This option attaches to the pickup arm in minutes and fits new and earlier models. It is an economical alternative to the RPU, allowing bales to be picked up from either "End on" or "Side on" (same direction as baler traveled).
    A high density polypropylene skid palate minimizes gouging the ground on uneven terrain.
    The deflector pivots the bale on the ground in order that it will be positioned for the standard pickup arm. The arm then raises and rolls it into position on the carrier beam.
  • Light Kits Are Standard Equipment
    All Buhler /Inland bale carriers include current American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE) light kits. They meet the standard for road safety with several advanced features. For example, the brake lights automatically engage when turn signals are activated.


SPECIFICATIONS
Model 1500 2500
Shipping Weight 5,502 lbs. 9,587 lbs.
Transport Weight 8'6" 12'9"
Deck / Overall Length 37' / 44' 37' / 45'
Hydraulics

Tractor: Two double acting remote valves required.
Lift: One, 3.0 DIA x 16" stroke cylinder
Tilt: One, 3.0 DIA x 10" stroke cylinder
Pusher: Two, 22.2 cu-inch hydraulic motors

Tractor: Two Double acting remote valves required.
Lift: Two, 3.0 DIA x 16" stroke cylinders
Tilt: Two, 3.0 DIA x 10" stroke cylinders
Pusher: Four, 22.2 cu-inch hydraulic motors

Control Handle

Power: 12 VDC, 15 amp
Connector: 3 prongs plug to match new style tractor courtesy power socket

Power: 12 VDC, 15 amp
Connector: 3 prongs plug to match new style tractor courtesy power socket

Tires

Type: Four, 12.5L x 15FI tires, load range F, intermittent unloaded highway use
Capacity: 4,680 lbs at 90 PSI inflation, each tire
Hub: 6 bolt with twine guard
Wheel: Heavy duty implement style

Type: Eight, 12.5L x 15FI tires, load range F, intermittent unloaded highway use.
Capacity: 4,680 lb. at 90 PSI inflation, each tire
Hub: 6 bolt with twine guard
Wheel: Heavy duty implement style

Horsepower / Tractor Mass 60 HP / 12,480 lbs. 100 HP / 25,000 lbs.
Capacity

GVW: 18,720 lbs.
14' Dia. Bales: 8 - or
5' Dia. Bales: 7

GVW: 37,440 lbs.
14' Dia. Bales: 16 - or
5' Dia. Bales: 14



Buhler / Inland Square Bale Carrier

Pick, haul and stack large square bales with unmatched speed. Proven, reliable performance with faster cycle time and easy stacking contribute toward reduced handling costs, operator convenience and more done in a day.

The Buhler / Inland Model 4,000 square bale carrier is robust, made for gentle handling, rugged durability and easy maintenance.

Following the page of the baler; the carrier can continue traveling through the pickup, lift, rotate, and positioning sequence.

When fully loaded, the operator stacks half the load, then pushes the remaining bales back to continue stacking.


Contact


Squeeze


Lift


Rotate


Stack

Two Hydraulic motors power the pusher. Bales slide on graphite coated beams, never contacting the chain.

The inland 4000 handles 8 4' x 4' or can double row 20 32" x 34" x 96".



SPECIFICATIONS
Model 4500
Shipping Weight 9,485 lbs.
Transport Width 10'2"
Deck / Overall Length 34' / 42' 8"
Hydraulics

Tractor: One double acting remote valve required.
Lift: One, 4.0 DIA x 18" stroke cylinder
Squeeze: One 3.0 DIA x 16" stroke cylinder
Rotate: One, 3.0 DIA x 16" stroke cylinder
Tilt: Two, 3.5 DIA x 26" stroke cylinder
Pusher: Two, 22.2 cu-inch hydraulic motors

Control

In cab control for complete manual and automatic operation. Includes standard four button remote handle for automatic operation.
Power: 12 VDC, 15 amp

Tires

Type: Eight, 12.5L x 15FI tires, load range F, intermittent unloaded highway
Capacity: 4,680 lbs at 90 PSI inflation, each tire
Hub: 6 bolt with twine guard
Wheel: Heavy duty implement style

Tractor Horsepower / Mass 100 HP / 16,700 lbs.
Maximum recommended speed when loaded;
20 MPH
Capacity

GVW: 25,000 lbs.
48" x 48" Bales: 8, stacked 4 high unloaded
32" x 35" Bales: 20, (dble row on carrier), stacked 5 high unloaded
36" x 48" Bales: 16 (dble row on carrier), stacked 4 high unloaded


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