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Specifications

TypeBioBull CS 140 Compact
BrandBio Bull
Code18352
Engine John Deere 140 HP diesel engine (Stage 3B/IIIB)
Optional engine (on request) John Deere 140 HP diesel engine (Stage 4/IIII)
Control Remote control with joystick
Tank capacity 180 liter
Maximum capacity Approximately 2000 to 3500 m² per hour (depending on product)
Maximum speed 3 km per hour
Dimensions 3900× 1750 × 2350 mm (L x W x H)
Wheels VTS caterpillar track with 5 support rolls
Lights Included
Weight 3500 kg
Year of manufacturing New
Optionally available Ground cloths, axles, unroll unit, bulk hopper and tilt container

The BIO BULL is a compact shredder that is used for shredding common crops in the horticulture, such as tomatoes, sweet peppers, cucumbers, etc.. This machine operates in large greenhouses as well in small greenhouses.

Benefits of the Bio Bull compared to other compact shredders:
- The BioBull has an engine with 140 hp where other shredders have an engine of 65/85 hp.( Approx. 50 % less power )
- The infeed width of the BioBull is 60 centimeters. This is 20 centimeter larger than other shredders
- The output of the shredded product is done by a conveyor belt. This is more reliable than a blow-out pipe.
- The BioBull must be operated with a remote control. This ensures safe operation.
- In contrast to other shredders, the engine and the intake are fully protected.

Operation of the machine:
The BIO BULL is a compact shredder that is used for shredding common crops in the horticulture, such as: tomatoes, sweet peppers, cucumbers, etc..
This machine operates in large greenhouses as well as in small greenhouses.

The Bio Bull operates with ground cloths. These ground cloths are 130 cm wide and the length on request of the client. The crops will be dropped on the ground cloth.
After the ground cloth is attached to the shaft on the Bio Bull, the Bio Bull pulls the ground cloth towards the shredder. 

The crop will go in the shredder and simultaneously the ground cloth will be rolled up again on the shaft. 
The crop ends up in the shredder, from there the shredded crop waste will land on the discharge conveyor belt, which is mounted on top of the Bio Bull. This conveyor belt can eject the shredded crop waste on both sides of the Bio Bull; front and rear.
A tilting container collects the shredded crop waste. When the waste container is full, it can be driven out of the greenhouse and discharged by a fork-lift truck into a larger waste container.

Training and capacity:
A 3 to 4 person team of the client can be instructed on-site of the greenhouse by the Hortimat installation team. After completly instructed, this operating team is able to achieve a capacity of approximately 2,000 m² to a maximum of 3,500 m² per hour!

CE and safety:
The Bio Bull is built, in compliance with all mandatory safety/security standards and will be provided with CE markings displayed on the machine. The BIO BULL shredder operates by means of a remote control unit.  This ensures additional safety for the operator of the Bio Bull shredder.

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