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A reliable compactor for customers with a limited need of capacity, ideal for baling maize silage, chopped grasses, forage mixes and more.

Like its smaller predecessor MC850, the Orkel MC1000 compactor is an optimal option where reduced capacity and lighter bales are preferred. The MC1000 model makes bales with a diameter of ø100×85 cm, ranging from 300 kg to 750 kg per bale depending on the type of material and its moisture content. Compared to the MC850 model, baling with the MC1000 model increases the bale volume by 40%, enabling an increased customizable bale weight to fit your production line.

In line with other Orkel models, the MC1000 compactor is currently compatible with over 25 different materials and is still expanding to new areas of use.

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Important Functions

  • Compatible with 25+ materials

    The MC1000 compactor can bale a variety of bulk materials such as saw dust, chopped forage maize, chopped grasses and many more.

  • Widefilm

    Choose between net or widefilm when baling with the MC1000 compactor. Widefilm adds extra protection to your material and simplifies the waste handling.

  • Convenient bale size

    The bale size of the MC1000 compactor simplifies storage and handling due to the small size.

Technical Details

Maximum capacity (bales/h)65

Tractor power (min. PTO hp)90

Chamber pressure (bar)240

Bale size (cm)ø100 x 85

Volume (m³)0,67m³

Bale weight (kg)300 - 750

Feed hopperF5


Control systemConventional

Weighing systemNo

Transport length (mm)7860

Transport height (mm)3390

Transport width (mm)2860

Operation length (mm)9170

Operation height (mm)3860

Operation width (mm)2860

Net. weight (kg)7220

Wrapper film width (mm)500

Wide film width (mm)950

The Dens-X’s capacity with regard to maize silage with about 60% moisture is between 400 – 600 tonnes per day, making it the machine with the highest daily silage baling capacity in the world.

Johan Burger Marais

Director, Kameeldrift Voere

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