Sunfilm Silage Wrap

Sunfilm Silage Wrap
  • Superior strength and barrier properties create an airtight seal for up to twelve months of outdoor storage with nutritional levels maintained.
  • 75% Stretch capability.
  • Greater ultraviolet protection with denser reflective white to assure feed quality.
  • The Sunfilm® name is synonymous with quality wrap.
  • When added film strength is needed and for square bale wrapping, our new product will solve your problem.

AEP exports to Europe, Asia, South America, Australia and New Zealand.

sunfilm silage wrap

Stock sizes available for immediate delivery:

  • 500MM (20") X 1800M (6000’) X 1 mil White, Black, Green
  • 750MM (30") X 1500M (5000’) X 1 mil White, Black, Green

Ask us about our NEW Sunfilm Gold

  • 750mm (30") x 1500 meters (5000') x 25 micron (1 mil)
  • Great strength with increased barrier protection
  • Wrap to same # of Bales per roll as our standard 30" wrap. Our competition wraps 20% less and costs more due to their heavier thickness.
  • 75% Pre-Strength
  • Hay Wrap
  • Baler Wrap
  • Silage Bags, Caps & Sleeves
  • Silage Bunker Covers
  • Silage Tubes

Wrap your dry bales with our Sunfilm® Hay Wrap.

Strength and durability are comparable to our silage wrap.

  • Color: Black
  • Size 65" X 4000’ X .0009*
    48" X 4000’ X .0009
  • 12 month warranty

*The 2001 Hay Wrap will be 1 mil.

A new way to save hay through careful storage

baler wrap
  • Universities report that typical storage losses for unprotected outdoor storage of round bale hay can be up to 15-30% of dry matter
  • As an alternative to barn storage, protecting round bale hay can be as easy as using plastic wrap in modified round balers.
  • Sunfilm? Baler Wrap is a single sided 1.5 mil cling film that is applied to dry hay in the bale chamber as a replacement for net wrap and twine
  • Each bale receives 2.5 layers of film to insure good adhesion and one year protection against ultra violet light degradation
  • Cost of Baler Wrap is approximately $1.90/5’ diameter bale, just a little bit more than net wrapped bales
  • Combining the water repelling technology of plastic covers with some drainage around the base of the bale, and you have roughly the equivalent of barn stored hay.

Sunfilm® Caps, Bags & Sleeves – to seal off your In-Line wrapped Bales, try our Caps and Bags.

Excellent seals, Pin Hole Free

  • Standard Size: White Film
  • Caps
    • 88" x 72" x 4 mil
    • 93" x 72" x 4 mil
    • 110" x 72" x 4 mil
  • Bags:
    • 88" x 120" x 4 mil
    • 93" x 120" x 4 mil
    • 110" x 132" x 4 mil

Sunfilm® Sleeves – protect your Dry Round Bales.

  • Black Opaque: 1 year warranty
  • Standard Sizes:
    • 5 x 4 Bale - 86" x 60" x 4 mil Sleeve
    • 5 x 5 Bale - 96" x 60" x 4 mil Sleeve
    • 5 ½ x 5 Bale - 104" x 60" x 4 mil Sleeve
    • 6 x 6 Bale - 110" x 72" x 4 mil Sleeve

Bale Bonnets are also available.

  • Virgin High Strength Film
  • Pin Hole Free Film
  • Excellent Barrier Properties To Assure Quality Feed

ONE YEAR WARRANTY

Try our 6 mil and 8 mil equivalent films. Lower price, comparable strength.

  • Maximum Width – 40’ wide
  • White or Black
  • Standard Sizes:
    • 24’, 32’, 40’ width – 100’ length – 6 mil thick

"SUNFILM®" Stretch Tubes are designed to tighten up around the bale after the tube is filled.

silage tubes

This reduces the amount of available oxygen to optimize the ensiling process.

  • the film is protected from UV degradation for twelve months
  • the film has excellent puncture resistance properties
  • excellent film opacity to maintain the forage quality
  • the white color reflects light and reduces temperature in the tube

Available in the following sizes for:

BALE
DIAMETER
LAYFLAT
WIDTH
X LENGTH MIL COLOR TUBES PER
PALLET
48" - 52" 73" X 150' 4 WHITE 24
48" - 52" 73" X 220' 4 WHITE 24
52" - 56" 82" X 150' 4 WHITE 24
52" - 56" 82" X 220' 4 WHITE 24
56" - 62" 87" X 150' 4 WHITE 24
56" - 62" 87" X 220' 4 WHITE 24
Square 116" X 150' 4 WHITE 24

Tips for Stretch Tube Use:

  • Tube the bales within 4-6 hours of baling (the hotter the day, the quicker this should be done).
  • Do not overstretch the tube (take extra care on hot days).
  • Do not overfill the tube (e.g. 150’ tube should hold 35 bales maximum).
  • The tube will start to inflate during the first twenty-four hours due to the fermentation process. Under certain conditions the tube may actually burst. To prevent this from occurring, puncture a small hole (nail) at the end of the tube to allow the excess gases to escape. Reseal the hole after two to three days with a quality patch tape.
  • Inspect tubes on a regular basis and cover holes with a quality patch tape.
  • Try to keep children, dogs, cats and other critters from climbing on the tubes