Leaves stripper 1950
Non-contractual video. Represents the version with optional cleaning brush
This machine is designed to remove leaves from beetroot, celery, potatoes, carrots, melons, lettuce, etc., thanks to two rotors rotating in opposite directions and equipped with rubber flails.
The shredded leaves are ejected laterally to the right of the machine, in the “foot pass”. The first rotor is used to roughen the shredded material, while the second completes the cleaning process.
Due to its simple design, ease of use and low power demand, it is economical to operate. There are few adjustments and it is quick and easy to use. Only the track and wheel height need to be adjusted.
Its highly abrasion-resistant flails, its large-diameter wheels, which make it easier to move in wet or stony soil, and its robustness make it a tool that can be used intensively and collectively (CUMA, etc.).
The stripper is available in several versions, with front and rear mounting, taking into account the width of the work to be done.
⦁ Different flails are offered depending on the crop
⦁ Vegetable flails
⦁ Melon flails
⦁ Steel flails