Balebind<sup>™</sup> & Orangeline<sup>™</sup>
Orangeline / Balebind

High grade fibrillated split-film twines
Features include:

  • Reduced machine wear.
  • Withstands “drop shock”.
  • Contains special UV light inhibitors which allow it to withstand intense exposure over long periods.
  • Twine runs trouble-free in baler.
  • Always uniform consistency.
  • No taste, smell, oil, or food value to attract rodents.
BaleBind Orangeline
Smooth Running
Reduced machine wear

The smooth surface of the twine minimalizes wear and tear on the knotting system.

High Strength and Consistent
Withstands "drop shock"

High strength yarn for maximum performance.

UV radiation damage Protection
UV

Contains special UV light inhibitors which allow it to withstand intense exposure
over long periods.

Easy Feed System
Easy feed system

Twine runs trouble free in baler.

High Quality Raw Material
Uniformity and consistency

Always uniform consistency.

Large & Small Square Bales

Name Units per Pallet
10,000' - 190 DB 40
9,600' - 170 DB 40
9,000' - 130 DB 60
7,200' - 170 DB 60
7,200' - 190 SB 60
6,500' - 210 SB 48
6,500' - 240 SB 48
5,000' - 380 SB 48
4,000' - 350 SB 48
4,000' - 400 SB 48
4,000' - 450 SB 48
4,000' - 500 SB 48
4,000' - 550 SB 48

* SB = Single Ball
* DB = Double ball

* Other specifications available.
Please call for more information.

Round Bales

Name Units per Pallet
20,000' - 110 DB 75
20,000' - 110 SB 80
20,000' - 130 DB 75
20,000' - 150 DB 60

* SB = Single Ball
* DB = Double ball

* Other specifications available.
Please call for more information.

Monofilament Twines

Name Units per Pallet
20,000' - 110 DB 50
20,000' - 125 DB 50
20,000' - 140 DB 50
See also Texas Twister™ Plastic Baler Twines

* SB = Single Ball
* DB = Double ball

* Other specifications available.
Please call for more information.

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