Portal Bale Opener BO-P

for higher productivity and more quality

Better blending
Smoother opening - smaller tufts
50% more production thanks to a larger working width
Better blending
Smoother opening - smaller tufts
50% more production thanks to a larger working width

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Automatic Bale Opener BO-P

  • 2.5 to 3.0 t material per hour
  • Up to 50 %* more working width
  • 30 to 45 % less space requirement
  • 25 to 40 % better blending
  • Up to 48 h unattended operation of a bale lay-down
Better blending and smaller tufts due to larger working width and finely needled opening roller.

 

It is possible to lay down 5 to 7 bales side by side. With its two opening rolls, the working head simultaneously works off up to 14 bales. This lays the foundation for homogeneous blending in the blow room.

 

 


Automatic Bale Opener BO-A

  • Opening of optimum quality chain
  • Production capacity up to 2,000 kg/h
  • Work-off of 1 to 3 bale groups
  • Lay-down (up to 200 bales) for long, unattended operation
  • Working width max. 2,300 mm, and machine length of 50 m and more
  • Two opening rolls ensure uniform production and tuft size
  • Separate lay-down for parallel lots
  • Simple and safe operation

Universal Bale Opener BO-U

  • The economical solution for small lots
  • Specific mixing of different material flows possible with additional trunks
  • In supplement to BO-A, dosed addition (of cleaned waste/sliver waste) possible

Bale Opener BO-E

The smaller and space-saving Bale Opener BO-E is ideal for medium production rates up to approx. 750 kg/h. Its technology is comparable to the one of the BO-U.

 


Waste Opener BO-R

  • The specially designed technology allows feeding of small amounts of waste such as card and draw frame slivers
  • Uniform feeding possible even at minimum production of 5 kg/h

Compact Bale Opener BO-C

  • Highest flexibility on smallest space by direct feeding of individual cards/card groups
  • Particularly suited for opening of man-made fibres at low and medium production rates