New Holland Roll-Belt 560
A DESIGN PACKED WITH INNOVATION YIELDS BALES PACKED WITH HAY The key to quickly forming perfect cores in any crop condition is New Holland’s proven combination of rolls and belts. The design of Roll-Belt balers utilizes heavy-duty steel rolls in both the front of the baler as well as in the floor of the bale chamber. The rolls are combined with short, tough belts in the back to deliver fast, consistent core formation and tight, uniform bales regardless of the crop you’re baling. This proven combination also forms the densest bales in the industry. By packing more of your valuable crop into each bale, you save time and money in numerous different ways.
SIMPLIFIED TYING AND WRAPPING TRADITIONAL TWINE TYING For classic baling, redesigned twine wrapping systems are available on all models. You can load six active balls of twine in the front twine carrier on Roll-Belt™ 450 and 460 balers. On Roll-Belt™ 550 and 560 balers, you can use eight active balls by removing the dividers. As an option, four additional twine balls (two per side) can be stored on each side of the baler.
INTUITIVE BALE COMMAND™ MONITORS Whether you’re a part-time farmer in need of the basic controls found on the Auto-Wrap™ II monitor or a professional, full-time farmer requiring the fast hookup and advanced capabilities of the IntelliView™ IV monitor, there’s a monitor that’s right for your application.
MORE DRIVING FORCE AND MORE CHOICES Enhancements on Roll-Belt™ balers have led to an impressive increase of 20% in belt driving force in comparison to previous BR7000 models. How? In addition to repositioning the backwrap roll to improve driving efficiency and reduce belt slippage, an updated selection of belts is now available.
⚠WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including engine exhaust (including diesel engine exhaust when equipped), lead and lead compounds, mineral oils, soots, phthalates, and carbon monoxide which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.