New Holland has taken the wraps off its new Roll-Bar 125 fixed chamber round baler.
The new product is the successor of the best-seller in the fixed chamber baler segment, the BR6090.
The baler builds on its predecessor’s “solid DNA” with the proven Roll-BarTM bale chamber system.
Roll-Bar 125 fixed chamber round baler
According to the machinery giant, the baler further improves its performance, serviceability, and durability with new features.
It claims that it “carries over the perfect price-performance balance” that is the hallmark of the BR6090 and combines it with a host of new features.
Available in two versions, Rotor Feeder and Rotor Cutter.
The new baler introduces a new, modern styling with a large side shield that provides easy access for maintenance operations.
The Roll-Bar 125 stands out for its “excellent flexibility” combined with a large floor roll and starter roll.
The proven Roll-Bar bale chamber system’s high tensile steel bale rotation bars ensure early core formation and positive rolling action in a wide range of crops – from dry straw to wet silage – and conditions.
A robust, simple, and diverse baler
Felix Ramuenke, global product manager for large square balers & fixed chamber round balers, said:
“The best-selling fixed chamber baler on the market has a worthy successor in the Roll-Bar 125, which remains true to its strong heritage DNA.”
“With new additional features and options, it is the right choice for farmers who are looking for a robust, simple and diverse baler, which feels home in all major crops and conditions.”
Side shield and main frame
The most visible new feature of the Roll-Bar 125 is the side shield introduced with new styling.
Its robust weld structure ensures durability, while the top door hinges, wide opening and gas strut supports provide easy access to service points for maintenance.
It also provides protected space for storing spare net rolls. The new decals highlight the flowing lines of the new styling.
The main frame of the baler has been modified, and a shock absorber has been added on both sides between the main frame and the tailgate to ensure a “smooth” closing.
What is different?
The machinery giant has repositioned the front lights to accommodate the new-design side shields.
Under the hood, the new baler introduces improvements that deliver greater durability and reduce maintenance costs.
It also contains high-grade drive chains with chromized pins and hardened plates, which have a longer life cycle, and new sealed type bearings that prevent dust contamination.
A well-proven hydraulic rotor reverser with a free-run clutch is now available on rotor feeder models for easy unplugging when a rotor blockage occurs.
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