Edenhall has developed and manufactured sugar beet harvester since the 1950s. Based on this experience, we have built a complete range of related equipment as well as safety and education around these products. Production takes place with high quality and we choose the most of all quality components in our products. An important part of our business is our very high availability in terms of market service. Edenhall will continue to stand for knowledge and quality. It turns out already in a well-trained staff.
Edenhall Sweden´s only manufakturer of sugar beet harvestars . 'Long experience and tradition, combined with curiosity, inventiveness and forward striving gives us the strength to get where we want'
1926 - 1952
Edenhall was founded and then started manufacturing of garden tools for nurseries and cemeteries. This went on until 1952 when imports of garden shrubs and flowers from Holland came running, which meant that the Swedish nurseries completely disappeared. Thus it was necessary to look for other chores, then came the interest in repairing agricultural machinery from contractors and farmers in the surrounding area, Eden Hall's premises were large and spacious.
1953 - 1955
Manufactured tractors named 'Rola'
Three assemblers put together a tractor in a week. There were no drawings they made front axle and miscellaneous small parts, the rest Deutzmotorer, transmissions and other components were purchased from Germany. The tensile constructed which would reduce the risk of overturning. The tractor was painted in a light yellow color called German taxicab color that no one else had.
1955 - 1979
In the mid-fifties began to specialize in repairing Hilleshög beet harvesters, and there emerged many requests to improve this machine. It was developed resilient blast knife, dump tank equipment for 1 and 2 tons with tank lift, new traits with
adjustable drawbar, tops basket equipment, etc. was done to this machine as Kuhn (plow manufacturer) wanted to introduce as standard on this absorber. Then started the manufacture of these components to Hilleshög machine and sent by rail to Överum for assembly and later on sjutiotalet to Lilla Harrie Implement AB, which took over production. Until 1979 produced 3660 complete equipment of this sugar bert harvesters. The late fifties wondering forward-thinking clients 'how much longer are we just run with a one rows of sugar beet machine'.
Built the first 3-row sugar beet machine which was suspended on three point hitch and aroused great interest to rationalize sugar beet harvesting onfarms.
Yesterdays tractors were not so strong three point hitch, therefore, built the first trailer model 'Edenhall 200and 500' with hydraulic lift and side control.
Developed 5 pcs. very flexible implement carriers in cooperation with the Swedish sugar company and to those produced 18 row beet picks and even custom sugar beet harvesters.
Built in the first 2-row trailed man served gatherer who in 1978 was constructed about in cooperation with the Swedish sugar company grow Association contributed some money, this model was renamed to 402. The model became a bestseller through the 80s and produced in close to 500 copies.
Were computerized entire company.
Developed a new generation of harvesters with the model designation '422 och 423'
Was taken a further new generation 2 -3 row harvester front with double frame systems and larger tank, large carrying wheels and bogies. The machine got a new advanced electronic control system with joystick. Combined cleaning system with reversing the roll. This model was renamed to 722 resp.723.
Developed a new version trailed elevator machine that made the model designation '623' it was first made in a sampling model for the parcels on which the beets got into sample bags. The machines were manufactured for German and Czech companies.
Introduced vibratory plows in all models.
Interest in the four-row machine '734' only increased, a version was developed to plot machine with a large carousel for pallets, which was an order from IRBAB in Belgium.
Developed a new version of 3, 4-line machine called the 743 and 744, which got a 10 ton tank, and a completely new control system.
The 6-row machines was constantly increasing in sales problem was to take care of the beets for these and also direct deliveries to the sugar factory increased. Therefore, a overloading wagon called E 25 with 25 tons loading capacity, to meet the direct delivery of sugar beet by harvesters truck rigs. These carts were even in 27 and t 30 tonne versions
Constructed 18-row seeder called Advancer, this was a completely new technique above all as sugar beet, with 6-ton fertilizer tank containing two kinds of fertilizer, a brand new concept with down Incorporation of fertilizers and reconsolidation of the soil.
Started up the manufacturing of a variety of components for excavators.
Was taken a contact with Atlas Copco for the manufacture of drilling platforms for truck chassis.
Egypt 2009 - 2010
Autumn of 2009 produced two Edenhall 624 sugar beet harvesters who was sold to Alexsandria sugar compani in Egypt.
744 and 743 were upgraded and changed its name to the 753 and 754, the machines got a new plow system with hydraulic opel wheels. Even vibro plow machines got a stronger and a better plow. A new improved integral chopper was developed.