Angelis - Model 1 Koupepe - Olive Harvester
From Olive Harvester
The machine that made the olive harvesting easier than ever. Angelis 1 is our the first rake harvester constructed and brought revolution in the world of olives. It is the basis for the creation of all the latter pulse motion harvesters.
- Type of movement: Pulse motion with vibration
- Initial length: 2,20 – 2,70m
- Type of head: 22 plastic sticks (10 points each)
- Weight: 3,5kg
- Rpm of the head: 2000 rpm @ 14V DC
- Motor: 12- 14V/ 200W (600W torque)
- Cable length: 15m (for use with generator or battery)
- Output: 200kg olive seed/ hour
- Average consumption: 8A / hour
- Power supply: Generator or battery (80A – 100A) with converter
22 sticks (10cm) friendly to olive trees and seeds.
With german aluminium tube for low weight.
Mechanism from steel for durability.
With anti-vibration rings for ease of handling.
The Greek farmers have named it KOU-PE-PE (after the name of a children’s game) because of the circular pulse motion of its head. The head is equipped with 22 plastic sticks (7 double and 2 quadruple), tree friendly, 10cm long each, placed in a cross shape, thus allowing for the maximum performance without damaging the olives.
The sticks are attached on the square-shaped inner axis of the head.
Its tube is made of aluminum, has a 7mm threaded rod made of silver steel and it is protected by anti-vibrant rubber and ertalon rings.
Electric DC 200W performance 2000 rpm at 14V.
With the switch of on-off 35A and unit conversion of its movement to pulse
It works with simple car battery with fuel consumption of just 8A / h. Supplied with 15 m cable
It has an electric DC 600W motor with an induction hardened metallic gear, an οn-off 35A switch and a reducer to convert the motion to pulse. The reducer through a compler conveys the motion from the axis to the head which can then reach a performance rate of 2000 rpm/12V. The AGGELIS 1 operates with DC 12-14V. It can also work on a car battery and it consumes just 8A/h. If however you wish to use a purchased or a makeshift battery, you should put a voltmeter at the output, to ensure that the voltage does not exceed the 14V.