Hay Press Plants

Hay Press Plants

Small Bag Press Model

STANDARD SMALL BAG PRESS LINE

 

  • PRESS FRAME
  • PRESS CONVEYOR
  • WEIGH CONVEYOR c/w BATCH WEIGHING LOAD CELLS AND SCREEN MONITOR
  • CHAFF HOPPER c/w VARIATOR DRIVE & AGITATORS
  • 450 mm DIA TROUGH AUGER
  • TEASER BED & SHREDDER HEAD
  • HYDRAULICS FOR ALL EQUIPMENT
  • ELECTRONICS

 

Electrical Specification can include

  • Soft Starter for the 37kw Main Drive.
  • Teaser VSD.
  • VSD's to Teaser Bed, Cross Conveyor, Auger, Metering Bin, Weigh Hopper, Infeed Conveyor.
  • Enclosures to carry equipment.
  • All PLC equipment including a 10inch Operator Panel 24v DC Power Supply
  • Proximity Switches
  • SWA electrical Cables for power reticulation to motors.
  • Circuit Documentation

 

Hydraulic Specification can include

  • 1x Press Cylinder
  • 1 x Eject Cylinder
  • 1 x Gate Cylinder
  • 1 x Hopper Cylinder
  • 1 x Hydraulic Power Unit
  • Interconnecting hoses, clamps and adaptors between HPU and cylinder
  • Crimping of hoses as required
  • Project documentation as specified.

 

The small Bag Press Line is a ideal for packaging fodder product, sawdust, woodshaving, etc.


 

 

 

 

Buschutz Small Bag Press Model
Buschutz Small Bag Press Model

 

 

Buschutz Small Bag Press Model
Buschutz Small Bag Press Model within a shed outline

Overview

The export market for quality Australian Oaten Hay, Lucerne and other feed crops has increased dramatically over the years through the use of compacted bales and containers.

 

The 40' containers used for exporting goods are allowed 26 tonne net weight so compacted hay helps achieve the desirable container weight for economic purposes.

 

Buschutz Engineering has been manufacturing hay compactors and now complete Hay Press Plants for over 15 years.

 

Early compactors were very simple; they compacted small 355 by 460 by 915mm field bales made by a small square baler. The units conveyed two small bales onto a platform along side of the compactor and it self loaded onto the bed with a compactor cylinder of 100 – 120 tonne pressure that would compact the product to a length of about 500mm. Steel straps were then hand wrapped around the product with the product finally being ejected, this was called ‘Double Dumping’. The compacted bale would weigh around 42 – 50 kgs. These hay compacting plants would use up to 12 personnel.

 

This method achieved the desired results but was very labour intensive and slow eg. Every ‘Double Dumping’ would take approximately 60 seconds. This would take about 10 hours to fill each container. This proved to be too inefficient.

 

In the early nineties a system using large square bales was adapted. This meant field baling was more efficient in loading and carrying. The hay compactor had to be redesigned to accommodate the new trends. Buschutz Engineering decided to produce a range of compactors and equipment to meet these changes.

 

The large 8’ by 4’ by 4’ bales were teased out through a double conveyor and a teasing head. The conveyors are variable speeds that allowed the product to be blended to customer’s requirements. The material then was conveyed to a baling machine either a small square baler (with the knotters and needles removed), or custom built baling machines. Individual product offshoots such as balers, teaser bed/heads, and small bag press became available. 

 

Finally large Press and Unitisers were added to the line to finally evolve as the Buschutz Engineering premium Hay Press Plant (HPP) concept the

 

 

 

 

 

Buschutz Hay Press Plant
Buschutz Hay Press

 

 

Buschutz Hay Plant
Buschutz Hay Baler

 

 

Buschutz Hay Plant
Buschutz 720t Hay Press being loaded

HPP Series - 2010

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Mobile Press

 

MOBILE PRESS AND FEED TABLE

  • BUSCHUTZ ENGINEERING HAVE MODELLED UP A MOBILE PRESS AND FEED TABLE SPECIFICALLY AIMED AT THE LARGE CATTLE STATIONS IN AUSTRALIA.
  •  THIS MODEL ALLOWS FOR THE BALE TO BE "INDEXED" OUT OF THE COMPACTING CHAMBER, THROUGH AN AUTOMATED STRAPPING ARCH.
  •  THIS ALLOWS 5 OR 6 STRAPS TO BE EVENLY PLACED AROUND THE COMPRESSED BALE. THIS STRAPPING CYCLE TAKES APPROXIMATELY 2 MINUTES.
  • A SMALL PLC CONTROLS THIS    OPERATION
  • THE COMPRESSED BALE WEIGHS BETWEEN 600-650KG.
  • THE MOBILE PRESS IS PULLED BY A PRIME MOVER AND THE FEED TABLE SITTING ON A DOG TRAILER IS HITCHED TO THE MOBILE PRESS.
  • THE HYDRAULICS ARE POWERED BY A 385 BHP GEN SET ENGINE AND A 2000 LITRE OIL RESERVOIR IS BUILT IN.
  • THE BALE WILL HAVE A CONFIGURED FACE OF 4 BALES.
  • POWER WOULD BE BY "MARRYING" THE POWER OF THE MOBILE PRESS THROUGH QUICK COUPLING OF THE HYDRAULICS AND A 3 PHASE PLUG TO THE GENSET

 

  


 

 
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DeStacker - Restacker

  • Hay Processors continually strive to eliminate any contamination in any bales before the hay is processed.
  • A destaking and restacking system is designed to give the hay processor  a complete X-ray examination of product before comencement of processing.
  • This system enables  the hay processor to unload the truck and examine the bales whilst unloading.
  • Any bales rejected can be loaded back onto the truck.
  • The sytem can handle over 160 bales per hour.
  • Because of the destacking, restacking and reject system in place on the one line  a high  logistic capacity can be achieved with one telihandler

 

A Stacker Frame
A Stacker Frame
 

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