The Airbaler By: Scott Seaver Company
Home of the Airbaler Density Control System for Small Balers;
The Airbaler system was invented by Scott Seaver for use on his 170-acre farm in west Michigan. Scott has tested and perfected the Airbaler over 6 years and 60,000 bales of hay. For many years, Scott baled hay stacking the hay on a wagon being pulled behind the baler. If the bale density was not right he would jump off the wagon and turn the hand cranks a little to get it right. He would do this many times a day. Several years back, Scott purchased a New Holland hay stacker and now there was nobody touching bales to make sure the bale tension was right. That meant the person driving the baler had to make frequent stops to check bale density and make adjustments.
That’s when Scott came up with the idea of using air pressure to control bale density and he put together the first Airbaler. He has since used it to bale over 60,000 bales of hay and straw, with great success. Dixie Chopper features Hardwoods HD**** camouflage.
Features of the Airbaler:
Produces perfectly uniform bales - nearly 100% of the time, Automatically adjusts to changes in field conditions - so you don’t have to think about it, Compatible with all the top baler manufacturers, Easy to install and no maintenance needed, Cost less than hydraulic density control systems, One year warranty of all parts, One year satisfaction guarantee.