Keeping your fodder safe
Grangembal, specially designed for wrapping, is a blown, seven-layer coextruded film. Its black inside gives it optimum opacity. Its green outside allows it to lower the temperature inside the bale and to blend into the landscape.
- Grangembal is made from carefully selected high quality resins, conferring it high mechanical properties and high adhesion, a guarantee of great solidity and perfect tightness.
- Grangembal contains UV protection which ensures twelve-month storage under normal use.
- Grangembal is fabricated on a material which benefits from the latest innovations in extrusion, ensuring quality and reliability.
Grangembal can be used for the storage of silage, straw or hay bales.
- Grangembal is suitable for all models of wrappers (round or square bales). It is available in 500 and 750 mm.
- Grangembal is a linear polyethylene film containing no harmful material and has therefore no polluting effect on the environment.
- Grangembal is made in the heart of France, in Haute Loire, by GRANGER Frères, a company backed by a 50-year experience in the field of plastic processing.
- Grangembal is 100% recyclable.
- Grangembal comes in black, light green, dark green and white.
- Store rolls standing in their wrapping and in a cool and dry place.
- Handle rolls carefully, taking care not to damage the edges.
- For quality silage, a dry-matter rate close to 50% is recommended.
- Wrap in the hours following the baling.
- Apply the film at a constant tension (<70%), black side in contact with the silage.
- Have at least 4 layers of film, each layer overlapping the previous by 50%. The width of the film when stretched must not be less than 400mm for the 500mm and 600mm for the 750mm.
- Wrapping silage that has been contaminated by the ground.
- Wrapping bales that have been tied with nets made out of products which chemically damage polyethylene.
- Wrapping in the rain, for gluing could decrease.
Stocking bales vertically, preferably where they are wrapped, on a flat surface with a two row maximum height.
Inspect the bales regularly and plug any holes with tape designed for this application.