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  • Vert Bag
    This is a technical product of prime quality; this sack is realized with a flat net by means of a welding and has got a personalized and advertising part. It is meant for the food industry and is provided with an excellent strength and a high quality of raw material.
  • Mesh Sleeve 1
    Protective mesh sleeve is one of the main types in protective sleeve category. As we know, auto parts are kind of precise parts, it is important to keep it away from friction when manufacture, storage, and transport.it is the same as flat and sealed net bag .it is also used to protect wind bottle,china,cabon filter cartridge.
  • Extruded Net Bag Roll
    Extruded net bags are originally used for fruits and vegetable packing. Because the net structure was shaped by tooling, the extruded net bag would be much stiffer than the knitted tubular net bag, it is playing more and more important role in agricultural industry, especially for crab and oyster breeding.
  • Net Bag With Iron Shelf 1
    Net bag with iron shelf can be offered according to the customer’s require,the shelf can be also ordered from us.the length of the sealed net bag with iron shelf is usually 15 inches, the process of this kind of product is as follows: .stretch its two sides at the open end of the sealed net bag .make the two sides put into the two poles of the iron shelf
  • Tubular Net Bag 1
    PE Knitted tubular nets are used to automatic packaging of vegetables and fruits.,such as orange,pomelo,etc.it is a kind of knitted net as bale net wrap andpallet net wrap.
  • Filtering Net
    Filtering net is widely used in the support or protection of media in pleated filter elements and feed spacer mesh in membrane filters. Several polymeres can be used in filter nets and a very wide range of mesh sizes and configurations are possi
  • Pea Bean Net 3
    pea and bean net is a green, extruded polyethylene mesh netting and is ideal for plant support - with runner beans particularly benefiting from the netting when draped over a frame. Pea and bean net is economical.it is also a kind of plastic mesh. This pea and bean net is rot proof and UV stabilized and should offer you several seasons of use.
  • Bale Net Wrap
    Bale Net Wrap is a netting material made from polyethylene yarn by raschel loom machine. It has the same knitting pattern with pallet net wrap and the only difference is on the weight. The pallet net wrap is normally around 4g/m, while the bale net wrap should be over 6g/m.
  • Raschel Bag Automatic Packing Machine 2
    Raschel net bag is one of the best-selling products. Our rashel bag is made of PE and PP. it is mainly used to packing potatoes ,garlic and other vegetables,the net bags can be extruded into different mesh sizes. and the reasonable distribution of the mesh make the net bags more efficient to load the potatoes.it is also a kind of knitted net as pallet net wrap and tubular net.
  • Barrier Fencing Net 5
    Safety fence is also named as warning barrier and snow fence. The main color is orange, designed for warning. It adopts PE as major raw material with UV added in manufactured through plasticizing. It is featured with high strength, ageing resistance, anti-corrosion, softness and portability, and recycle. The main mesh is rectangular and oval.
  • Pallet Net Wrap
    pallet net wrap is a netting material made from polyethylene film -- a tough and rugged wrap designed for holding pallet loads. It is safe to use, easy to dispose of, or it can be recycled. The open mesh design of Pallet Net Wrap offers unrestricted flow of air around the pallet load, minimizes damage and product spoilage caused by trapped condensation or rapid changes in temperature.it is also a kind of plastic knitted net as bale net wrap.

What to Choose for Bale Wrap?

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The net wrap is using plastic twine and bale net wrap is used through practical exprience.
 
When bale grazing occurs on the same field where the bales are made, some producers have experimented with making bales without twine.

This may be an option as long as the bales remain intact and are able to shed water. However, experience suggests a minimum of twine is needed to hold the bales intact from the wind.
Some producers are wrapping bales with sisal twine because it's biodegradable. It can be left on the bales to save the time and cost of twine removal. During grazing, the twine helps to hold the bale together, which reduces feed waste. It appears from observation that sisal twine is less likely to catch and pull out ear tags compared to plastic twine.

There are two disadvantages to sisal twine. First, bales made with sisal twine may need to be moved before the twine on the bottom of the bale decomposes. Second, the cost of sisal twine is currently about 50 to 75 cents higher per bale compared to plastic twine.

The use of plastic twine is common for wrapping bales. To minimize the time and effort of removing plastic twine, it can be done prior to freezing rain and/or wet snow. An effective method of removing twine is to cut on one side of the bale, tie the loose ends in a knot, and throw the knot over the bale. The knots can be hooked to a quad or truck and the twines pulled as you drive along the bale rows. If bales are tipped on their sides, twine can be cut and removed by walking around the bale.
 
Potential disadvantages of early season twine removal are: wind will likely open the top layer of the bale; wildlife damage to the bales may be greater; and bales left over in spring cannot be kept over to the following year as successfully because of the reduced ability to shed water. Some producers are experimenting with leaving either plastic twine or bale net wrap on the bales during grazing, and collecting it after grazing or the following spring.

With Bale Net Wrap, generally livestock prefer to feed on the bales that they have started to consume, and feed on them until done rather than start new bales. This allows producers to distribute or allocate three to four weeks of bales at a time, and eliminates the time and expense of three to four day allotments with electric fence.

Leaving plastic twine and net wrap on the bales creates issues such as: potential ear tag losses, potential hazards to the livestock, and difficulty in gathering the twine from the field.

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