The MP2000-X is a versatile compactor designed for baling a wide variety of bulk material and chopped masses.
Providing Orkel customers across the world a reliable and high-performing compaction, the MP2000-X model represents a resource-efficient and user-friendly alternative for conservation and logistics. Applying Orkel high-density technology, this compactor model is currently compatible with over 25 different materials and is still expanding to new areas of use.
We take great pride in offering highly customized machines, tailor-made to cover all needs. The MP2000-X bale diameter is ø115×120 cm, optimized for transportation in trucks and containers.
The new X-generation of Orkel compactors, including the MP2000-X, is designed with innovative features to increase the productivity and management of your baling operation.
Compatible with our latest smart tech solution, Orkel Precision enables precision farming for every X-generation compactor owner. Implementing the complete package, you have a Production Management Tool, a Bale Traceability Tool, and a Bale Content Tool at your disposal.
The MP2000-X compactor includes an implemented weighing system, saving your bale data for later analysis and fine-tuning of your baling operation.
Orkel Touch Control System
The intuitive touch screen allows for easy operation and supervision of your MP2000-X. Features such as the wide viewing angle, screen brightness, and screen contrast offer optimal readability even in direct sunlight. Setting the machine to run automatically you are freed from manual labor, enabling you to shift focus to supervision and fine-tuning of the machine to accommodate to your needs.
The High-Density Baling Process
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Your material is fed into the feed hopper on the compactor, which transports the material safely up the elevator and into the bale chamber using a proven conveyor system.
The material is compacted to maximum density based on hybrid chamber technology. The Orkel technology avoids spillage of material to ensure minimal loss of resources.
After successful compaction, a wide film is wrapped around the bale to maintain shape and density before the bale exits the chamber towards the wrapping station.
The compacted material is transported to – and safely placed – on the wrapping table, where it is tightly wrapped in plastic film into a compact, sturdy bale, ready for transport once it securely rolls off the table.
Maximum capacity (bales/h)66
Tractor power (min. PTO hp)120
Chamber pressure (bar)280
Bale size (cm)ø115 x 120
Bale weight (kg)400-1400
Transport length (mm)8410
Transport height (mm)3880
Transport width (mm)2550
Operation length (mm)10760
Operation height (mm)4030
Operation width (mm)3210
Net. weight (kg)9500
Wrapper film width (mm)750
Wide film width (mm)1280
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