KLIMA - G2 Vine Pruner

The Ultimate in Vineyard Pruning Technology

Once you try KLIMA Generation 2 you will never want to prune the old fashioned way again.

With KLIMA Gen 2 you can:

  • Operate in vineyards with undulating terrain and loose wires
  • Cordon removal - for sustainable spur pruning
  • Operate in vineyards with poor quality wire, mild steel etc
  • Operate with less wire breakages in all condition
  • Suitable for small tractors built for narrow rows
  • Self contained mast - no need for you to purchase a front end loader
  • Small and consistent organic mulch size for speedy breakdown
  • Easy to pick up and drop out wires - you will be an expert in less than a day
  • Enjoy the simple and comfortable joystick controls with adjustments to suit any driver

Gen2 Features

Cutting Head

The unique, patented, cutting and feeding system is the reason the KLIMA Generation 2 design is a universal and fully adaptable tool for your vineyard.

Mast

Strong, robust and fully self-contained which allows you to easily mount it to any cabbed tractor with a ERO mounting plate.

Invertible Cutting Head

Control system

Simple and intuitive joystick control system gives optimum driver comfort and control.

Hydraulic Powerpack

Provides 100% of the cutting power.

Robust Industrial Design

Requires a 80 hp minimum tractor/crawler with 45 litres minimum hydraulic flow @ 2800psi.

Four phase KLIMA process:

1Prepare

Fruiting wire staples are replaced with KLIMA clips to make the trellis wires detachable, so they can be fed through the KLIMA machine. This approach is key to the KLIMA system's ability to combine efficient processing with a quality result.

2Prune

A small number of skilled pruning staff undertake the initial pass making the all important cane selection and head
positioning choices only.

3Process

In a single pass the KLIMA cane-pruner cuts, strips and mulches. As the machine passes, it lifts the wires clear of the canes. Cutting blades remove the surplus canes onto the row.

4Complete

Fruiting wires are then reattached to the intermediate posts and canes are ready to trim and wrap.

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