Baling Wire and Bale Ties
Need help finding the correct bale ties or baling wire?
BE Equipment offers a large array of baling wire and bale ties; but more importantly we will help you determine the correct type of baling tie/baling wire for your equipment and application. Below is a list of the basic types of wire that we offer. Do not hesitate to contact us if you need help selecting the correct wire or cardboard baler wire.
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Single Loop Bale Ties
- Highest quality wire meeting all manufacturer strength specifications
- Ideal for companies that hand tie their bales, including recyclers, retailers, packagers and municipalities
- Pre-cut in lengths of 6 to 24 feet with one side pre-looped and twisted
- Bundles available in 125 or 250 pieces per bundle
- Painted bale ties, galvanized bale ties, black bale ties
Double Loop (Square Lock) Bale Ties
- For applications requiring high strength, heavy gauge bale ties
- Easy to feed and snap together
- Available in 9 to 14 gauge sizes
- Manufactured to exact size per inch
Auto Tie Coiled Box Wire
- Used primarily for Automatic Single Ram balers, to produce heavier, denser bales
- Black annealed wire is manufactured specifically for tensile strength and superior elongation
- The oiled surface prevents rust and ensures smooth trouble free feeding through your baler
- Available in 9 to 12 gauge sizes and in 50 lb and 100 lb boxes
Auto Tie Stem/Carrier Wire - Black Annealed
- This black annealed wire is the same as box wire but is shipped coiled continuously on 1200-1800 lb carriers
- Used for higher production automatic single ram auto-tie balers
Galvanized Hi-Tensile Wire
- For two-ram balers with strapper style tiers
- Engineered for baling applications requiring wire with superior strength and elongation
- Manufactured from special high tensile wire stock
- Large inventories of all sizes and coated with a smooth, galvanized finish
- Shipped coiled continuously on carriers (stems) weighing 1200-1800 lbs