In a few words
|Type of movement||Pulse motion with vibration|
|Type of head||2 cams, 2 rods steely gears ,6 carbon fiber sticks|
|Rpm of the head||1350 rpm @ 12V DC|
|Output||200 – 250 kg olive seed/hour|
|Initial length||2,30m ( 3,3m with extension)|
|Extension||Optional Extention 1.0m|
|Cable length||15m for generator or battery use|
|Average consumption||8A /hr|
- Place the injection pins of the cord to the respective current supplier (generator, battery, rectifier 12VDC). There is not polarity (+ -), so it does not matter how you place the pins as long as they connect properly to the receptors of the supplier.
- Start the generator or battery or 12VDC rectifier. The consumption of the devices is 8Α/h.
- Press the on-off switch at the base of the harvester. The harvester is now working.
In action (videos)
Arpyia plus CF video
The new Arpyia Plus CF is equipped with the new brushless engine with speed regulator so you can adjust the pulse vibration of the machine according to the needs and type of the olive.
The 6 operating levels ranging from 600 to1350 vibrations per minute and the high torque at low RPMs make the Arpiya Plus CF the ultimate tool for harvesting the olive trees.
Arpyia Plus CF is a double-head olive harvester with carbon fiber
2 rods gears from steel
6 carbon fiber sticks
A unique structure of 8 carbon-fiber sticks in two separate bases .Each base rolls firmly 4 carbon fiber with special elastic own moldThe two bases form a V-shaped moving opposite to one another managing opening and closing 54 points strictly controlled to avoid clipping
Efficient Brushless 750W Motor
The 6 level speed controller gives Arpia the range of 600-1350 pulses per minute at 12v to cover even the most demanding users.
The new brushless motor technology helps the Arpia Plus CF to have high torque at low RPMs for better harvesting of edible olives (Can work up to 20V DC)
It works with 80A battery for 8 hours
It works with a 65A battery for 8 hours and you can also use 2 Arpias together for 8 hours with a 100A battery . In case someone wants to use Arpia with a generator , a stabilizer sets the voltage at 14V