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Potato Harvester PH

The potato harvester is a machine used for harvesting potatoes from the field, consisting of blades or diggers that lift potatoes out of the soil, and a collection system to gather them.
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The potato harvester is a type of agricultural machine used for harvesting potatoes from the field. It typically consists of a series of blades or diggers that cut into the soil and lift the potatoes out of the ground. The potatoes are then conveyed up to the surface and deposited onto a collection system, such as a conveyor belt or trailer. Potato harvesters can be either self-propelled or pulled behind a tractor, and they come in various sizes and configurations depending on the specific needs of the farmer. The use of a potato harvester can greatly increase efficiency and reduce labor costs compared to manually digging up potatoes by hand.



Types of Potato Harvesters

There are two main types of potato harvesters: trailed harvesters and self-propelled harvesters. Trailed harvesters are towed by a tractor and have a digging unit, shaking unit, and separation unit. Self-propelled harvesters, on the other hand, have a built-in engine and are more expensive but offer more control and efficiency. Our factory have two 


Model

PH500

PH700

Working width

500mm

700mm

No. of Row

Single-row

Single-row

Dimensions

1400*1060*800mm

1400*1260*800mm

Tractor power

15-25

18-35

3point linkage

Cat.1

Cat.1

N.W/G.W

100/120KG

110/135KG

Packing size

1260*750*520mm

1260*940*520mm

Qty/20GP

64

48


Features to Consider in a Potato Harvester

When shopping for a potato harvester, consider the following features:

Capacity

Potato harvesters come in different sizes, and you need to choose one that can handle your potato crop's size and density.

Digging Depth

The digging depth of a potato harvester determines how deep it can reach into the soil to collect the potatoes. Choose a harvester with adjustable digging depth to cater to your farm's soil conditions.

Separation System

The separation system separates the potatoes from the soil and other debris. Look for a harvester with an efficient separation system to ensure high-quality yields.

Cleaning System

The cleaning system removes excess soil, rocks, and other debris from the potatoes. Choose a harvester with an effective cleaning system to prevent damage to the potatoes during transportation and storage.

Durability

Potato harvesters are expensive investments, so choose one that is built to last. Look for a harvester made from high-quality materials and with a warranty.


Advantages of Potato Harvesters

Investing in a potato harvester comes with several advantages, including:

Increased Efficiency

Potato harvesters save time and labor, making potato farming more efficient and profitable.

Higher Yield

Potato harvesters collect potatoes efficiently, reducing losses and increasing yields.

Reduced Labor Costs

Using a potato harvester reduces the need for manual labor, saving you money on wages and training.

Improved Quality

Potato harvesters ensure high-quality yields by separating the potatoes from the soil and other debris, reducing damage during transportation and storage.


Maintenance of Potato Harvesters

To ensure that your potato harvester lasts long and functions optimally, follow these maintenance tips:

Regular Cleaning

Clean your potato harvester after every use to remove soil, debris, and moisture that can cause corrosion and damage.

Lubrication

Regularly lubricate the moving parts of your harvester to prevent wear and tear and ensure smooth operation.

Blade Maintenance

Check and sharpen the blades of your harvester regularly to ensure efficient and clean cutting.

Storage

Store your harvester in a dry and secure place when not in use to prevent rust, damage, and theft.


FAQ


Q: How much does a potato harvester cost?

A: The cost of a potato harvester varies depending on the type and size. On average, a one-row harvester can cost anywhere from $3,000 to $10,000, while a self-propelled harvester can cost upwards of $100,000.


Q: Can potato harvesters be used for other crops?

A: While potato harvesters are specifically designed for harvesting potatoes, some models can be adapted for use with other root crops, such as carrots and beets.


Q: How often should I maintain my potato harvester?

A: It is recommended to perform routine maintenance on your potato harvester after each use and conduct a more thorough inspection and cleaning at least once a year.



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