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Oxbo 7450 Multi-Crop Harvester

Oxbo 7450 Berry Harvester

Oxbo designed the 7450 as a high-capacity top load harvest for growers with high tonnages and large bushes. The Oxbo 7450 can harvest many crops, including blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries. Compatible with Oxbo's SoftSurface kit, the 7450 is capable of harvesting fresh market blueberries. With the new DynarotorMax picking system, the 7450 can pick more of the ripe fruit on every pass. It's larger tunnel, wider throat and wider belts improve throughput and product storage, even in the highest tonnage varieties.

 

Oxbo 7450 blueberry harvester
  • Wide picking tunnel - Widest picking tunnel on the market reduces plant compaction even in large mature plants.
  • Picking System - Your choice of picking heads, including the new DynarotorMax picking head with longer rods and more weight adjustment.
  • All-wheel hydrostatic drive - Efficient four wheel drive system provides ultimate stability and minimal compaction.
  • Eco-mode - Designed to deliver increased fuel economy and delivers reduced engine noise.
  • New integrated display - Multi-lingual display improves ease of operation.
  • Total control joystick - Puts all of the major machine functions at your fingertips.
  • Larger Rear Deck - High capacity rear deck accommodates four pallets.

     

Dimensions
Length 24ft (7.3m)
Shipping length 24ft (7.3m)
Shipping width 10ft 8in (3.3m)
Width 14ft 5in (4.7m)
Tunnel width 5ft 6in (1.68m)
Minimum height 14ft (4.27m)
Tunnel height minimum 7ft 6in (2.3m)
Effective catching length 13ft 2in  (4m)
Inside catchers 2ft 8in (0.81m)
Lift 2ft (0.6m)
Tires
Tire size Front 400/45-22.5 

Rear 500/45-22.5

Optional tires 600/40-22.5 or 42x25-20
Engine Kohler 74hp turbo diesel, tier 4

 

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