You are here: Home » Products » Tillage » Stone Burrier » Stone Burrier STB


Share to:
facebook sharing button
twitter sharing button
line sharing button
wechat sharing button
linkedin sharing button
pinterest sharing button
whatsapp sharing button
sharethis sharing button

Stone Burrier STB

Stone burriers are similar to hoes but have some crucial features distinguishing them from hoes. They work the soil finely, stratifying stones and pebbles in-depth, which are the skeleton's grossest components. Combined with calibrated grids, levelling blades and compacting rollers, they are able to prepare a perfect seedbed.

  • STB



Stone Burriers STB

Besides improving workability and the initial crop root development, the possibility of placing the coarsest parts of the skeleton under the tilled layer brings the added benefit of developing a highly permeable area with excellent drainage and high bearing capacities. All these features are beneficial for those small-seeded crops (such as many open-field vegetables) that require fine, well-drained soil for sprouting and early development.

Specification of Stone Burrier STB

WORKING WIDTH(kg)330355380405
WORKING EFFICIENCYPTO (m²/h)1500-20001800-24002100-28002400-3200
PTO SPLINE(mm)6x8x7006x8x7006x8x7006x8x700
POWER REQUIRED(hp)20-2825-3028-4035-45

How Does a Stone Burrier Work?

Stone burriers work by using a series of blades to break the stones into smaller pieces. The machine has a hopper where the stones are placed, and from there, they are fed into the blades. The blades crush the stones into smaller pieces, and they are then collected in a hopper or on the ground.

Benefits of Using a Stone Burrier

  • Using a stone burrier has many benefits, including:

  • Saves time and energy

  • Reduces manual labor

  • Crushes stones into smaller, manageable pieces

  • Improves the quality of soil by mixing stones into it

  • Can be used for various landscaping tasks

Factors to Consider Before Choosing a Stone Burrier

Before purchasing a stone burrier, there are several factors that you should consider, including:

  • The size of the stones you need to break down

  • The area you need to cover

  • The type of soil you have

  • The amount of horsepower you need

How to Use a Stone Burrier

Using a stone burrier is relatively simple. Here are the basic steps:

  • Clear the area of any debris or rocks.

  • Place the stone burrier on the ground.

  • Load the hopper with stones.

  • Turn on the machine and start crushing the stones.

  • Collect the crushed stones and use them for your landscaping tasks.

Maintenance of Stone Burriers

Maintaining your stone burrier is essential to ensure that it runs smoothly and lasts longer. Here are some tips for maintaining your stone burrier:

  • Regularly check and tighten all nuts and bolts.

  • Change the oil and filters regularly.

  • Clean the machine after every use.

  • Keep the blades sharp.