Silage film is a flexible, thin, and oxygen barrier sheet that adheres to the top and edge of the silo. This film offers a perfect fit to the forage and significantly reduces deterioration on the edges and top of the silo. The film prevents air pockets between the forage and the film, preventing oxygen entry. The natural fermentation process absorbs the oxygen that is concentrated inside the bale.
As a barrier to oxygen, NetWrap silage film helps keep forage fresh. It also protects the bales from overheating and rotting. It is also easy to feed, which prevents fodder from becoming mouldy. The heat-reflective feature of the film helps prevent the bales from becoming overheated. In addition, the film has high tensile strength and elasticity, which makes it easy to work with.
When used in combination with silage wrap, the film virtually eliminates the need for indoor storage. Its unique design eliminates the need for a storage room for baled forage. The two-layer, air-tight plastic wrap protects against moisture and odours. Besides that, it minimizes the chances of poking holes in the film. The best way to store silage film is in a dry indoor room away from the elements.
The white masterbatch is perfect for agriculture because it provides excellent dispersion quality and processing stabilization. It is also compatible with PE and can produce barrier films. Its benefits include UV resistance and a high slip layer to prevent bales from breaking. Tosaf’s silage film is also cost-effective and customized for specific applications. The benefits of the white masterbatch for agricultural use are many.
The film is available in different sizes, including small, medium, and large. It is available in black, white, and green. It is ideal for bale silage with woody stalks. It is available in special widths and colours and can be used on a wide range of wrapping equipment. If you want to use a smaller film, the DUO Plus Compact film is suitable. It comes in white and light green, making it highly adaptable for use on different wrapping machines.
Unlike other types of silage film, NetWrap silage film has a waterproof layer that prevents the sides from being lost. As a result, the film is easily applied and reused for multiple years. For better protection, the film is best stored in the shade. It should be kept between 15 and 30 degC. It can even be reused for years. If stored correctly, it will keep forage moist. However, it is important to protect the film from UV light.
The silage film used in a farmyard is a material used to store feed. It is commonly made of hay, maize, and cast-film, with high oxygen permeability. The resulting hay will remain fresh and nutritious. In addition, it can be reused over again. It is especially important if you plan to sell hay and silage.
The inner layers of silage cast film are designed to guarantee the desired dart impact and stretchability. The film’s outer layers have different qualities. A silage cast film has an inner layer that ensures high stretchability and durability. To get the best results for your silage film, it should have the required dart impact of 10 g/um. It is one of the main reasons to use a good silage film.
The benefits of silage film are plentiful. It reduces spoilage of forage and is easy to handle. It also provides UV protection and provides a reliable backup service. It also has the added benefit of offering superior sealing performance. The film is made from premium-quality polythene, 25 microns thick, and is in colour green, black, and red. In addition, the film is available in three colours and is easy to install.