Automatic Intelligent Auger Packing System
The Case IH module building chamber incorporates a patented system of sensors and augers to move cotton automatically as the module is being compressed. It creates consistent, rectangular modules for excellent weatherability and ginning. And the modules are purposely sized to maximize gin-feeding rates without adding any alterations or expenses.
Standard “Half” Modules
At 8-ft. x 8-ft. x 16-ft. (2-m x 2-m x 5-m), the modules produced by the Module Express 625 are the same height and width as a standard module, but half the length. These 16-ft. (5-m) “half” modules load and unload individually, yet two fit into a standard module truck like one traditional 32-ft. (10-m) module.
No Twine, No Plastic
The whole idea of new technology should be to maximize productivity without added expense – that's why Case IH modules are purposely sized to maximize gin-feeding rates without any modifications at the gin. And because there isn’t any plastic wrap or twine to buy or dispose of, it can't contaminate finished bales.