There are several benefits to using a silage film over a paper bale. For starters, a good silage film must have a high slip layer to not damage the bale during stapling. It should also have a UV masterbatch that protects the bale from damaging ultraviolet rays from the sun. These qualities make it an excellent option for baling forages. Moreover, it’s very easy to use.

NETWrap silage filmThe film should be wrapped around the bale within 12 hours to start fermenting immediately. After that, the film may rot instead of fermenting, resulting in lower energy and more protein in the finished product. Experts believe that the optimal moisture condition of a silage film is crucial for preserving the forage. Moreover, it provides a well-controlled fermentation. This is why it is recommended to use a silage film.

If the bales are dry, the film needs double or triple the amount of wrap as in optimum conditions. In addition, it must have more layers than air, as condensation may occur between the layers. The film should also be stored properly, to avoid damage caused by light. This way, it will not be damaged during transport. This method eliminates the need for indoor storage. However, this method requires more time than others. A good silage film is designed for long-term use.

When used correctly, NETWrap silage film helps preserve forage. If properly installed, it can prevent leaching and improve energy and protein content. It also provides an ideal humidity level for the fermentation process. This way, silage films can prevent bales from spoiling before they’ve been stored. So, you can rest assured that your bales are safe and protected against the effects of the elements. And if you’re wondering what type of silage film to use, you’ll be glad you used one.

The stapling process is an essential part of a successful NETWrap silage film. It is very easy to remove the film from a bale and re-use it for another purpose. A high-quality silage film can be re-used many times. It is more cost-effective than traditional paper bales. There are fewer deteriorations on the top and edges of the forage. In addition, the film can be easily removed for stapling and storage.

The silage film must adhere to the bales tightly, and the film must be able to cling to the bales to form a tight seal. The film produced by SML has five layers and a high stickiness factor. If you plan to wrap a bale, it’s best to consider five layers of film. You’ll also need to consider the weight of the bale. A thicker bag will hold more bales.

The 3-LAYER SILAGE FILM is a great choice for baling. Its superior mechanical properties and UV stabilisation make it a good option for silage. The film can be cut at any point during the harvesting process. It can be removed from a bale without damaging the bale. The more layers, the stronger the material will be. If you plan to wrap a bale, consider using additives to help your hay last longer.

The Silage Wrap Film is a premium polythene film with high strength and a 25-micron thickness. It is available in various colours and is available in three different colours. It incorporates UV protection, making it the perfect choice for covering bales. Because it is waterproof, it is ideal for silage packaging. It is also easy to work with. Its superior seal allows you to wrap your bales quickly and easily, which is one of the main benefits of this product.

There are many advantages to using silage film. The flexibility of the film is another advantage. It can be cut to fit any size. It is easier to work with than a paper bale, and it can be cut at any point. A silage film is more flexible, making it an excellent option for wrapping bales. It also helps to avoid tearing. And since it can be used in various ways, it is easy to store and transport.