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Giga Bio Chopper Shredder

Note: variable specifications apply

...we build this machine completely to your wishes


This crop removal machine is designed for removing and shredding or chopping of tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, aubergines, berries, carnations, roses and various other cultivations, crops and vegetables.

The machine works with tarps (transport mats) on which the plants are placed. It rolls up the canvas and pulls in the stems. The crop is then shredded or chopped, after which the crop waste is dumped into a buffer which is attached to the machine. Two forklifts with hydraulic containers are required for a continous workflow. The forklift drivers start and stop the conveyor for emptying the buffer with a remote control.

The inlet table enables working from both sides of the machine. This way the greenhouse is cleaned-out in one go.

The Giga Bio Chopper (also called “the monster”) is suitable for contractors whom aspire speed and efficiency.

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Specifications (Note: these are variable specifications, we build this machine completely to your wishes)

HW-number: 0751955
Main dimensions in transport position (mm): Length: 7570 (with feeding belt), 6220 (with inlet rolls)
Width: 2450
Height: 2786
Wheelbase (mm): 2240
Gauge (mm): 1850
Width of tracks (mm): 400
Ground clearance (mm): 230
Ground pressure tracks (gr/cm²): 420
Max. driving speed (km/h): 1,5 (normal mode) / 2,8 (fast mode)
Max. capacity of buffer (m³): 4,5 (standard buffer)
Shredding capacity (m²/u): 5000-15000 (depending on circumstances)
Max. length of transport mat (m): 210
Diesel engine: John Deere 6068HF485 (168 kW)
Weight (kg): 7500
Options: Lighting
Iron detector
Inlet rolls
Hydraulic pulling winch
Increased buffer capacity (5,0 m³)
Transport mats with core
Crop waste containers

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