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Optimal 1100

 Upper rootball diameter, approx.            

A

114 cm

 Rootball depth                                      

B

75 cm

 Working height                                     

C

179 cm

 Working width, gate closed                    

D

131 cm

 Working width, gate open                      

E

198 cm

 Inner frame diameter

F

100 cm

 Clearance between open gate            

G

78 cm

 Weight, empty  kg

925 kg

 Number of blades

4

 Rootball volume

0,34 m³


The New Optimal 1100 – Better than Good!

With these guidelines in mind we launch an improved Optimal 1100 into the 2006 digging season:

The sturdiness of the frame has been considerably increased by enlarging the cross-section and extending the hinges accordingly.

In order to improve the load capacity of the main frame it is furnished with a new gate lock system.
A sturdy lock pin stabilizes the frame.

An infinitely variable mechanism adjusts the collapsible towers. By means of an easily accessible adjustment screw each spade can be realigned with great precision.

The bearing material does not require lubrication. It is indifferent to dust and dirt and, to a high degree,
it is resistant to abrasion.

An improved hydraulic system facilitates faster operation.

Individual spade control is a standard facility. It makes digging in difficult soil easier. And the tree spade can be used for selective root pruning, too.

VIDEO - HOW IT WORKS? (BIG TREES)


VIDEO - OPTIMAL GENERAL PRESENTATION

 

 




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