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Durapak Hi-Tac Silage Bale Wrap

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Main Features

  • Hi-Tac - Summary of Trial WeighingsHeavier – Durapak Hi-Tac is between 12-16% heavier than most brands on the market
  • Thicker – Durapak Hi-Tac is up to 2 microns (10 gauge) thicker than most brands on the market
  • Stronger – Durapak Hi-Tac is Extra Strong for Peace of Mind
  • Tackier – Differential two sided tack

Main Benefits

  • Provides a better oxygen barrier
  • Excellent puncture and tear resistance
  • Extra Strong for Peace of Mind
  • Layers bond tightly together to keep air and water out

Durapak Hi-Tac® Agriwrap is a highly developed, 3 layer co-extruded Blown Stretch Film and is extra strong to protect your silage bales.

Hi-TacDurapak Hi-tac®  can be used on the following machines

  • ABT
  • Acme Gerrard
  • Conor
  • Cook
  • Class
  • Deutz Fahr
  • Elho
  • Grays
  • Fusion
  • John Deere
  • Krone
  • Kverneland
  • Lawrence Edwards
  • Lely
  • McHale
  • Parmiter
  • Reco
  • Relkord
  • Roro
  • Tanco
  • Tarrup Bio
  • Vicon
  • Volac
  • Wilder
  • Watveare

Specifications for Hi-tac®Agriwrap

Roll Width 250mm 375mm 500mm 750mm
Film Gauge / Thickness 25 microns 25 microns 25 microns 25 microns
Mtrs per Reel 1800m 1500m 1800m 1500m
Colour White Black/White Black Black
Core Plastic Plastic Plastic Plastic
Packaging 24 Reels per pallet 24 Reels per pallet 48 Reels per pallet 32 Reels per pallet


Full Benefits

  • Hi-Tac® is heavier, thicker, stronger and tackier to seal in the silage goodness.
  • Hi-Tac® is extra strong to provide excellent puncture and tear resistance
  • Hi-Tac® has a stronger tack level so that the film layers bond tightly together thus sealing in the silage goodness
  • The heavier thicker film helps to increase the oxygen barrier keeping air and water out, thus ensuring well preserved silage all the time
  • Hi-Tac® is easy to use and when correctly applied will ensure excellent results
  • Hi-Tac® is recommended for use on all leading bale wrapping machines.


Your Guarantee For Success

  1. For maximum feed value from your silage, grass should been be ensiled at the correct stage.
  2. Avoid soil contamination at the cutting and ensiling stages.
  3. Grass must be wilted properly (depending on weather conditions) for approximately 24 - 48 hours to obtain a dry matter of 25% - 40%.
  4. To ensure a compact, even, high density bale, Baler Operator should drive steadily.
  5. Wrap bales as soon as possible after making, ideally within two hours. (This prevents heating and loss of valuable nutrients).
  6. Apply at least 4 layers of film using the 4x1 or 2x2 system.
  7. Film should be applied at no more than 70% Pre-Stretch and the tackier side of the film must be applied against the bale.
  8. Wrapped bales should be handled with proper equipment and due care taken to avoid damaging the film. Wrapped bales should be stacked as soon as possible and ideally within 12 hours of wrapping. Do not stack bales more than three high.
  9. Once bales are wrapped and stacked, avoid all further handling until required for feeding.
  10. Stored bales should be fenced off from livestock, netted to prevent bird damage and effective rodent and pest control steps taken. Inspect bales regularly and any damaged film should be repaired immediately.

Disposal of waste Plastic

Durapak Agri are leaders in promoting the development of an efficient, competitively priced waste plastic disposal service for farmers. We are delighted to recommend the FRS Recycling System. FRS supply the Bin & Liner System for the safe storage, segregation and contamination control of waste plastic.
Contact the FRS Network on LoCall 1890 790 890.