Shredder for rotary cultivator

Shredder for rotary cultivator


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Shredder for rotary cultivator


The rotary cultivator does not differ much from the larger "cousin" destined for tractors, if not in size and, consequently, in work capacity. Basically, of any model, the shredder is composed of a circular rotor with a horizontal axis, on which the knives are mounted. Turning quickly, the rotor draws with it the knives that crush all that they encounter. Of course, the more the dimensions increase, the greater the power needed to impress and maintain the rotor motion. Classically, the knives mounted on these machines have a "Y" shape that allow to grind waste and twigs with a diameter up to about 3 cm. Generally, in order to do a good job and not run into problems, it is necessary to consider having minimum power starting from 6 Hp (4.5 Kw) to reach up to 18 Hp (13.5 Kw).

The comfort of use



The comfort of this type of equipment is that being combinable with a rotary cultivator, although it requires auxiliary motors for motion and work, allows the use of the rotary cultivator itself. Suitable for hobby or professional users, the machine is aimed at all those operators who need to get rid of small pruning waste from vineyards, orchards, nurseries and parks. The connection to the rotary cultivator can take place both in frontal and rear position, by means of flanged hooks or, where present, by rapid connections. Both the tiller attachments and the couplings on the rear PTO have reached such unification levels that the cutter can be connected to the rotary cultivator regardless of the brand and where the unification of the measurements does not come, the manufacturers supply machines with dedicated couplings.

The work of the forage harvester



Thanks to its compact shape and small dimensions, the chopper is the right equipment for fast and precise work, without fatigue. Moreover, the compact dimensions allow you to work in places where you cannot access with common tractors. Furthermore, even work performance should not be underestimated: in some versions, this type of machine can reach a workload of 10 times that of a brushcutter. With a final result of greater cleanliness, because the tool also crumbles branches and brambles, chopping the grass finer. For its advancement, of course, the machine relies on the propulsive energy of the rotary cultivator, sliding on two pivoting wheels placed in the front section of the machine body or "sliding" on two lateral slides.

The movement of the forage harvester



It is not unusual for the two movement systems, the wheels and sledges, to coexist on the rotary cultivator. This solution allows you to adjust the cutting height thanks to the presence of adjustable wheels that can be tilted or removed depending on the model; leaving the task to allow the tool to move. In any case, the slides also have their own cutting height adjustment systems. To ensure a long life for the rotary cultivator and the forage harvester, the knives should be worked at a height of 3-4 cm from the ground. As far as safety is concerned, although the machines on the market comply with EC standards of conformity, during use it is advisable to wear anti-vibration gloves, safety shoes and ear muffs.