The Synchron Sizer is the result of years of research and steady development to improve the performance of screen sizing. Originally developed for use with onions and other bulbs, it quickly became clear that, with certain minor changes, the same principle would bring huge benefits to potato sizing as well.
Automatic bunching lines may be equipped with elastic or adhesive tape binding machines, with the cutting of bundles once they have been tied, to ensure neat presentation. With manual loading they can be used to make bunches of leeks, onions, asparagus, swiss chard, parsley and many other herbs, as well as for bundling cucumbers, etc.
Agromax provides tailor made greenhouses to suit the needs of the small and large scale grower. With an AgroMax greenhouse, your crops will be protected from damaging pests and diseases that can destroy your farms productivity. We stock greenhouses in a variety of sizes and structures, ranging from simple tunnels to shade nets.
AgroMax established a state-of-the-art greenhouse nursery to combat the risks that arise for farmers from poor-quality seed. Whereas traditional store-bought seeds have germination rates as low as 50%, AgroMax seedlings are carefully handled by our expert technicians until they are ready to flourish on your farm.
Machinery for loading, unloading, and pre-sizing Sgorbati Group offers a complete range of machinery as regards loading, unloading and pre-sizing of potatoes, onions and carrots. It ranges from fieldloader, to fill the trailer directly in the field, to box tippers, from the hoppers of various shape and size, to jumbo fillers...
Sgorbati Group's offer for belt cutting machines is made up by the MTN-1650 and MTN-2450 models, designed for little and medium-sized vegetable processing companies, and by the MTN-3000, suited for medium-sized and large vegetable processing companies who are in need of a large capacity (up to 3000 kg/h) and don’t want less than ...
Oculus heralds the next generation in high performance, compact, optical sorters for washed potatoes. Optical sorting is driven by innovation, with camera and lighting technologies progressing quickly.