Ramp folding in headland turn
Passing over the vines
|REEL FEATURE||Reel on the belt||On-board reel|
|Maximum tying diameter – (mm)||25||25|
|Length of the reel – (m)||200||60|
|Ties per reel – (approximate)||1,500||400|
|Battery life – Ties / charge cycle||Up to 15,000||Up to 15,000|
Each tie is tailored to suit the environmental conditions of the vine, the weight of the plant being tied and the time frame.
Our ties are the only ones that are both certified and qualified by Pellenc to use in our tying machines.
The Fixion 2’s productivity significantly reduces labour costs, making it a very cost-effective product.
|Time / ha – h||14||10||8||5,1||4,9|
|Labour cost / ha – €||182||130||104||66,3||63,7|
|Quantity of ties||5,000||5,000||5,000||5,000||5,000|
|Cost of ties – € cts||0,12||0,21||0,50||0,20||0,20|
|Cost / ha||6||10,50||25||10||10|
|Total / ha – €||188||140;50||129||76,30||73,70|
Calculation basis: simple guyot vines: 1 tie per stem – Density: 5000 stems / ha – Hourly labour cost: €10
Standard ties: €2.80 per reel
* when compared with manual tying
| Standard equipment|
|Weight of tying machine alone – g||800|
|Noise level (LpA)* – dB(A))||≤ 70|
|Guaranteed sound level (LWA)* – dB(A)||≤ 81|
|Vibration level (Ah)** – m/s²||≤ 2,5|
|Compatibility of PELLENC ties|
* Values of acoustic measures according to the Directive EN 60745-1: 2009 + A11: 2010 – uncertainty according to ISO4871 = 3dB
** Vibration emission values according to EN60745-1: 2009 + A11: 2010 – uncertainty = 1.5m/s²
*** For information: the times were observed in actual working time, without taking breaks into consideration. Battery life is influenced by the nature of the work.