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The easy handling of the new Campagnola pruners

by the editorial staff
December 2020 | Back

News from the Campagnola brand. During EIMA Digital Preview, the Emilian company (the headquarters are in Zola Predosa, in the Bologna area), specialized in the production of pneumatic and electrical systems for pruning and harvesting, presented three products from the Green Line series. Designed for the hobby sector, these are the T-Rex and T-Fox pruners and the new Nexi binding machine, all characterized by the plug-in battery inside the tool. T-Rex and T-Fox are powerful yet small devices (the weight with the battery is 1.4 and 1.7 kilos respectively), characterized by their high cutting capacity (up to 10 cm in diameter). In particular, T-Fox stands out for its high cutting speed, with a chain rotation that reaches 11 metres per second. Ideal for pruning fruit trees, vineyards and ornamental plants, T-Rex and T-Fox are multipurpose tools with two possible modes of use; with built-in battery or with cable and belt-carried battery. Also in the Green Line range, Campagnola presented the new Nexi binding machine. Fast and precise, Nexi is equipped with a built-in battery that facilitates the operator’s work in the vineyard under the most diverse conditions of use. The new Campagnola binding machine has six easily selectable binding levels. Even though it is small and only weighs about 1 kilo, this machine is still capable of making up to 810 bindings with standard and organic wire spools, and up to 960 with paper wire, at a speed of 80 bindings per minute.

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