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Agricultural Sisal Twine Type 220 for medium density press. By bag of 2 balls, weight 20 kg or by unity of 10 kg. Anti-humidity and rodent proof treatment.
Most farmers have switched to 350 polypropylene (plastic) twine, which is stronger and cheaper per kilo.
On the first medium densities, some modifications had to be made so that the machine could switch from sisal to synthetic. Then the beaks all twines solved this problem
Some presses will accept this sisal twine under adjustment conditions
We reassure all our conservative customers, our agricultural sisal twine is kept in stock and can be delivered within 24/72h
The name "Sisal" is derived from the port city of Sisal, located in Mexico, from which the fibres were shipped worldwide. This sisal plant fibre (Agave sisalana) is a plant that gives "hard fibres" used for rope making, twine making, collecting bags, furniture.
Sisal made the central Yucatán region rich between the end of the 18th century and the 1920s, particularly with the market for links for reapers and binders.
Until the 1970s, this fibre was known to European farmers as a twine used to bind flax and hay bales. Since the advent of high-density presses, it has been replaced by plastic "polypropylene" (plastic) twine.
Sisal twine is fully biodegradable. It remains the longest and most resistant of all plant fibres. It then receives anti-mould and rodent treatments.
A partnership with one of the world's leading sisal producers allows us to offer you a twine that meets the requirements of current standards:
Sisal twine remains an essential accessory for agricultural activity.
|Utilisations||For low density press, baler and binder (Garnier 836 - Rivierre Casalis - Coccinelle - Someca m03...) For small boots (square or rectangular)|
|Avantages||Guarantees a regular and resistant twine; Choice of long sisal fibres, a guarantee of quality; Uniformity and consistency|
|Traitement||Anti-humidity in oil and anti-rodent|
|Conditionnement||Bag of 2 plush toys|
|Tolérances||Weight, Diameters, Lengths, Resistance +/- 7%|