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LEAF STRIPPER LR 350

MODEL ON TELESCOPIC BOOM
ONE COMPLETE ROW.

  • High-clearance frame with hydraulic spreading of the two stripping heads
  • Semi-automatic coupling to the boom
  • Heads mounted on a parallelogram to follow the vegetation
  • Independent or simultaneous operation
  • Manual adjustment of the angle of the stripping heads (hydraulic optional)
  • Storing rest
  • Type Leaf stripper LR 350
  • Range Omega line
  • Model LR 350 RC
  • Share
  • Working height

    480 mm

  • Flow rate

    44 l/min

  • Weight

    430 kg

PRINCIPLE

  • Perforated drum, in which a suction nozzle with a turbine is mounted. The depression generated by the turbine sucks the leaves against the rotating drum. The leaves are then brought to a roller pressed against said drum; caught between the roller and the drum, these leaves are stripped. After the roller and the suction area, the leaves fall on the ground
  • The stripping head is mounted on a parallelogram frame that allows following the vegetation plane
  • The turbine and the roller are driven by hydraulic motors
LR 350

ADVANTAGES


  • The entire leaves stripped do not pass into the turbine and therefore, they are not crushed and sprayed on the neighboring rows
  • The parallelogram follows the work plane, ensuring a constant leaf removal without exerting any constraint on the tying or on the grapes
  • Simple lightweight machine with reduced dimensions, requiring little maintenance
LR 350
LR 350

A'SYST OPTION

This assisted follower system allows the LR 350 leaf stripper to follow the vegetation plane automatically and without operator intervention. It operates hydraulically, without sensor and without electronic board. A'Syst stands out by its technological choice and ensures:

  • Great operating flexibility
  • An exceptional efficiency (working speed up to 6 km/h)
  • Respect for the harvest thanks to the specific "C"-shape of its probe, which features a hollow section in its center to avoid rubbing against the grapes