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Baler Tie Device Parts

If a baler plays an important role in your daily operations, you need to make sure all aspects of that baler are working as they should. That certainly includes the tie device, which is a huge piece of the puzzle. Should you need replacement parts for your baler tie device to get your system back up and running, order from Vulcan today. With quality parts available for great prices, there is no need to shop anywhere else.

 


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It might go without saying, but you need to confirm that you are ordering baler tie device parts for the model of baler that you use in your warehouse.

The wire tying system is the device attached to the 2-ram baler to mechanically tension and tie the baling wire around the bale. All wear parts for the wire tier device has a part number labeled. Parts are available for the following systems:

  • Accent 470 Wire Tier
  • Accent 330 Wire Tier (formerly Leggett & Platt – L&P)
  • Accent 340 Wire Tier (formerly Leggett & Platt – L&P)

 

Take a bit of time to confirm which baler model you are working with before contacting us to place an order. Of course, if you need help making this determination, contact us and we will be happy to assist.

A Huge Help

Why is it so important to have a properly functioning baler tie device? Simply put, these devices are incredibly helpful when trying to keep up with the busy day-to-day operations of your business. With the ability to automatically tension and tie the wire around the bale, you’ll be able to quickly and properly palletize loads with little trouble. If you are currently going without this capability because your baler tie device is not functioning properly, place an order today and get the problem fixed ASAP.

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It’s important to use quality parts when repairing your baler tie device, and that’s exactly what you will receive when ordering from Vulcan Wire. We appreciate your consideration, and hope to serve you soon!

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Get the right size bale tie for your baler.

Not all bales are created equal. Some bales are big or small. Some bales expand or shrink. If you recycle paper, plastic, or metal, VULCAN WIRE will help you choose the appropriate gauge and length bale tie or auto tie wire specific to your baler needs. Call us today for a free quote.

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