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Designed to be used in walnut plantations, it can be adapted to other orchards. Video below.

The Speedy Cut pruner features fast and environmentally friendly technology

A pruning machine for small fruit trees like walnuts, but that also applies to all other situations where plants can be harvested and chopped mechanically. The machine is called Speedy Cut and is equipped with a multi-disc bar supported by a hydraulic and telescopic arm which is adjustable to obtain different inclinations. The cutting capacity is 8÷10 cm in diameter, at maximum.

"The high precision of the cut performed with these discs allows a greater resistance to fungal attack. The use of a branch-cutting bar allows to operate in public places, guaranteeing safety and reduced noise during the cutting operation".

The machine has been tested for several years already by independent research centers. "The great peculiarity of this machine is that it is designed to be environmentally friendly. It is a fully integrated machine as it starts with cutting or pruning, until shredded material is obtained which can be used as ecological fuel for heating.

Once the branches have been chopped, they fall onto a multi-ply rubber conveyor belt, which allows proper transport.

The material is then shredded through a cylinder with a suitably shaped contour made of mobile grinders.

The device is equipped with a rhomboid-mesh screen appropriately sized to obtain a shredded material of homogeneous size. Due to its characteristics, it can shred materials up to 20÷25 cm in diameter.

"Once the material goes through the grid, it is conveyed by a transporter belt to the hopper, which has a capacity of about 10 cubic meters, located in the back. The discharge takes place through the use of a hydraulic piston that overturns the hopper".

Paolo Favaretto
Phone.: +39 389 1185577

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