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Author:  Amisyfarming [ Mon Mar 27, 2017 8:45 pm ]
Post subject:  Potato | Peanut|Carrot|Onion Harvester

Potato Harvester Introduction

Potato harvesters are machines designed for potato harvesting. This machine can finish mining, soil and potato separation in one time and can harvest the potato with the potato stems. It is a multifunctional machine which can used for variety kinds of underground plants such as peanut, carrot, onion, etc.

Working Principle of Potato Harvesting Machine

The potato harvester dig the potatoes by the digger web and then lift them to the sieving webs.
The machine harvest the potatoes by lifting the potatoes from the bed using a share. Soil and potatoes are transferred onto a series of webs where the soil and the potatoes are sieved out and the potatoes are separated from the soil.

Remarkable Features of Potato Harvester Machine

☆ Multifunctional. This potato harvester machine can used for harvesting varieties of underground plants.
☆ High efficient. This machine can harvest 0.27 hectare field per hour and the feed capacity is about 180kg/s.
☆ Wide working width. Compared with other potato harvester, this potato harvesting machine has a wider working width about 800mm.
☆ Low loss rate. The loss rate of this machine is less than 0.1%.
☆ Wide adaptation. The machine is suitable for all kinds of soil, such as sandy soil, clayey soil and roam.
☆ Good performance. This potato harvesting equipment can harvest the potatoes without hurting the peel of the potatoes and harvest the potatoes with the potato vine.
☆ Easy operation. The machine is with simple and compact structure and can connect with the tractors easily.

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