The Belafer TRBP-H2 shredder is a multi-purpose professional machine, suitable for tractors with a power range between 140 and 230 hp.

It is a very versatile machine that is specially designed for shredding woody crops up to 10 cm. in diameter and for all types of grass, straw, cotton and maize.

It can also be used in renovation and cleaning of pastures and green spaces in general. The TRBP-H2 is available in 3.60 m, 4.80 m and 6.00 m sizes. The 250 mm reinforced rotor system with the 3 kg hammers allows extraordinarily fine brushcutting at a considerable speed. The machine is folded using the large-diameter cylinders.

As standard, the TRBH-H2 range is fitted with a 50 cm. shredder with fully hydraulic operation, which facilitates the overlap between the double rotor, as well as the crop residues that remain at the end of the field.

It also has a double safety cylinder with trigger for when it is folded. This hydraulically folded machine is suitable for road traffic.

This agricultural machinery is a shredder made of special steel with anti-spraying front chains, which has hydraulically opening rear doors and a double transmission with freewheel.

What are agricultural shredders?

Field work requires the use of agricultural shredders, which are machines that are very useful for crop yields. These shredders have the advantage of eradicating weeds and all types of plants that hinder the growth of crops.

In other words, they are shredders of all types of waste, thanks to their strength and crushing power.

Their shredding system has an excellent rear overlapping design, as well as a 300 millimetre double rear roller, which has a protected grease nipple system.

This type of heavy machinery has a heavy-duty steel folding chassis, which facilitates shredding by serving as a presser for all types of weeds found in the field.

In its operation, this machine is very efficient in processing thick and solid structures, with the use of a very powerful mechanical force that allows shredding to the point of generating very small particles, thanks to the energy applied to the whole object.

This requires placing the object between two solid surfaces, where one of them acts as a platform, providing a place for the object to be placed.

It is important to note that the second surface will always be above the object and the platform, gradually lowering to exert the force on the object.

Structurally, the force destroys the object causing the upper surface to continue to descend until a considerable degree of shrinkage is achieved.

The Belafer TRBP-H2 Shredder

What are agricultural shredders used for?

This technology makes it possible to shred almost any type of waste, thanks to the force and crushing applied with continuous movements, producing remains that can subsequently be used as organic fertiliser of great nutritional value for agriculture.

These shredders are also frequently used to process and press certain types of fruit, from which powerful substances are extracted.

Where and for which jobs are shredders used?

They are commonly used for clearing roadsides and destroying undergrowth, but the TRBP-H2 shredder is also widely used for working with vine shoots, as well as weeds, olive prunings, vine shoots and fruit trees.

There is a wide range of models available on the market for any agricultural process, but the high-quality TRBP-H2 agricultural branch shredder, with its overlapping shredder, provides a hydraulic function that accelerates the compression to generate small particles.

The hydraulic gates that make up this model, have the power to perform the expulsion together with the scalping of some shredded elements on the ground.

Functionality of agricultural shredders

Agricultural shredders are used for the removal of vegetation, being an instrument that, due to its high performance in the maintenance of forest areas, helps in the protection of the environment.

These machines have total control of the process they execute, which contributes to the reduction of manpower, costs and time, which has a significant impact on making the process more viable and expeditious. Agricultural shredders are also used to prevent forest fires, since, through the shredded material, they conserve organic matter.

In terms of its operating system, the first part is the feeding of the shredder, whose essential part is the hopper, which allows the waste to enter the machine to be absorbed and taken to the shredding process.

This process is carried out through the use of hammers or blades, which rotate through a power transmission system, activated by a belt present in the engine. Then, the hammers or knives impact with the vegetable waste, destroying them with the use of a screen, which provides them with the ideal size for shredding.

Once this phase is completed, the waste is expelled from the sieve and transferred directly to an outlet chute. All the structural system gearing allows the components to be kept firm, in perfect balance with the correct power and able to support the weight of the raw material to be shredded.

Parts of an agricultural shredder

The parts that make up this type of machinery include:

    • The turning wheels.
    • Engine and power transmission system.
    • Structural system.
    • Mechanical system (consisting of the housing, screen and feed system).
    • Drive shaft in the crushing system.
    • Power connection that allows all points to mesh.
    • The wheel that makes up the gearbox with its protective casing.
    • The belt that facilitates lateral transmission.
    • Rakes for harvesting vegetation.
    • Anti-accident defence.
    • Load capacity.

    It is important to note that, within its parts, there are different types of power ratings, which can be medium or low, depending on the type or material to be shredded, be it weeds, straw or grasses, where a low power rating will be required, and for more consistent waste, a medium power rating will be used.

    Advantages of using agricultural shredders

    The use of agricultural shredders has a number of advantages in the industrial and commercial area. These include:

      • They are capable of shredding any kind of waste.
    • If they are used as extractors, they have the advantage that they can press and process a variety of fruits, extracting their substance.
    • Their use can be stationary, as there is a restriction to a certain time of the year, because some weeds almost always appear during the stubble season.
    • It offers a great improvement of crops, increasing productivity.
    • With its use, higher quality results are obtained at a general level.
    • Frequent use optimises the work carried out.
    • The work it performs saves time and money.
    • It is a modern, up-to-date machine that facilitates soil identification.
    • This agricultural machinery allows visualisation in real time.
    • Consistent use tends to reduce cost increases.

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