Machines are used in The Ns to harvest black and crimson berries. A Samson SFM Technology Blackcurrant harvester is used to gather the berries, which are then put directly into barrels that can accommodate 250KG of berries when fully loaded. At the growers’ property, the barrels are subsequently put in cold storage. The berries are gathered later in the day and taken to the facility for processing into berries concentrate. Concentrate is commonly used in soft drinks, yogurt, and bakery goods, for instance.
The primary power unit is constructed on the same dependable and durable chassis that has come to be known for fruit harvesting machines, and its modular design makes it simple to add equipment. The salmon blackcurrant harvester, built to efficiently harvest both large and small bushes, differs significantly from other blackcurrant harvesters in that its chassis was built using a tractor power unit and a pivoting front axle, giving it excellent traction and steering as well as good stability for the operators at the back of the machine.
A series of 5 pumps from the power unit drive the gearbox and other hydraulic systems, allowing for very variable power supply to all areas of the machine. Utilizing specifically created flexible conveyors that reduce fruit ʟᴏsses increases the efficiency of fruit harvesting.
The harvester is fundamentally different from other blackcurrant harvesters in that the chassis has been engineered to provide exceptional traction, steering, and strong stability for the operators at the rear of the machine. It is designed to efficiently harvest both large and small bushes. A series of 5 pumps from the power unit drive the gearbox and other hydraulic systems, allowing for very variable power supply to all areas of the machine. Utilizing flexible conveyors with specially created designs that reduce fruit increases the efficiency of harvesting.
Harvest Of Black And Red Berries Currant – Mavebo Lewedorp – SFM Technology Harvester can be seen in the video below.
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